Chelsea vs West Ham United: Team News, Possible Lineup, and Head to Head
Chelsea vs West Ham United: Team News, Possible Lineup, and Head to Head

Chelsea vs West Ham United : Team News,Possible Lineup and Head to Head

Chelsea welcomes West Ham at Stamford Bridge for another London in a space of four days.

Thomas Tuchel will hope his side will put on a strong performance after they were beaten 4-2 by arsenal on Wednesday as Chelsea produce incredibly poor performance.

The Blues have only earned 26 points from 15 Premier League games at Stamford Bridge this season, and have been soundly thrashed in their previous three home matches, conceding 11 goals in defeats to Brentford (1-4), Real Madrid (1-3), and Arsenal (2-4).

A defeat to West Ham will make it four in a row at their own turf, a record Thomas Tuchel will want to avoid.

Chelsea is currently third on the table two points ahead of fourth-placed Arsenal and four points above fourth-place Tottenham with two games in hand.

West Ham is eight on the Premier League table and also a semi-finalist in the Europa League.

Europa League gives David Moye’s side’s best opportunity to qualify for the Champions League with a top finish looking unlikely for them.

West Ham has 21 points from 16 Premier League away matches this season, and they are looking to complete a league double over Chelsea after beating them 3-2 at London Stadium in December.

The last time West Ham won at Stamford Bridge was November 2019.

Chelsea Team News

Thomas Tuchel confirmed on Friday that Chelsea will be without Ben Chilwell (knee ligament injury), Callum Hudson-Odoi(Achilles), Antonio Rudiger (groin), and Mateo Kovacic (ankle) for the London Derby.

West Ham United Team News

David Moyes faces a huge defensive problem as Issa Diop(ankle), Kurt Zouma(ankle), and Angelo Ogbonna are not available for Sunday’s clash.

Chelsea Possible starting X1

Mendy

James, Chalobah, Silva

Alonso; Jorginho, Kante; Mount,

Ziyech; Havertz, Werner

West Ham United Possible starting X1

Fabianski

Johnson, Dawson, Rice, Cresswell

Bowen, Fornals, Soucek

Lanzini, Benrahma; Antonio

Chelsea vs West Ham United Head to Head 

Chelsea wins: 52

Draws: 22

West Ham wins: 43

Match Officials 

Referee: Michael Oliver

Assistant referees: Stuart Burt & Simon Bennett

Fourth official: Andre Marriner

VAR: Paul Tierney

Assistant VAR: Simon Long