Chelsea VS Arsenal: Team News, Possible Lineup, and Head to Head
Chelsea VS Arsenal: Team News, Possible Lineup, and Head to Head

Chelsea VS Arsenal: Team News, Possible Lineup, and Head to Head

The two London clubs will renew their rivalry when they meet in the all-London derby at Stamford.

Chelsea is heading into this match after beating Crystal Palace to book a FA Cup final with Liverpool at Wembley.

Thomas Tuchel knows that a win against Arsenal will secure their top-four finish and automatic qualification to the Champions League next season.

Chelsea has suffered two consecutive defeats at Stamford Bridge and the last time Chelsea suffered three consecutive defeats at home were 29 years ago and it was against Arsenal.

Arsenal has dropped from the top-four after losing three matches in a row. they are now sixth on the League table behind Tottenham and Manchester United. their last defeat was against Southampton at the Saints Mary’s stadium.

A win against Chelsea will put them on points level with fourth-placed Tottenham. Arsenal will have to put on a strong performance to get something out of this game.

Chelsea Team News

Mateo Kovacic was substituted in the 26th minute against Crystal Palace with an ankle injury and is likely to miss the game.

Ben Chilwell will miss the game although Thomas Tuchel has confirmed that he has started training with the youth team.

Callum Hudson-Odoi will not be available for selection through injury.

Arsenal Team News

Thomas Partey and Kieran Tierney are both still out of the game through injury.

Lacazette is still doubtful for tomorrow’s game after testing positive before the Southampton game.

Chelsea’s possible starting lineup

N’golo Kante is expected to start as a replacement for the injured will come as a surprise if Lukaku starts ahead of Havertz looking at how he terrorized Arsenal’s defense earlier in the season when the two sides met at the Emirates stadium.


James, Silva, Rudiger

Azpilicueta, Kante, Jorginho, Alonso

Mount, Werner; Lukaku

Arsenal’s possible starting lineup


Cedric, White, Gabriel, Tavares

Xhaka, Lokonga; 

Saka,Odegaard,Smith Rowe


Chelsea Vs Arsenal Head to Head

Chelsea wins: 66

Draws: 58

Arsenal wins: 80

Match Officials 

Referee: Jonathan Moss

Assistants: Marc Perry, James Mainwaring

Fourth official: Andy Madley

VAR: Darren England

Assistant VAR: Adam Nunn