Both team Injury news ahead of Saturday clash Chelsea vs Tottenham

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Chelsea will face Tottenham on Saturday at Wembley stadium evening for a third versus fourth crunch match.

Chelsea have gone unbeaten so far in the Premier League this season, and how Tottenham will want to be the ones to spoil that.

Spurs’ Argentine trio of Erik Lamela, Juan Foyth, and Paulo Gazzaniga are all doubts for the game this weekend after their international break.

The three players all featured for their country over the past week, but are not expected back in London until Friday, making a start on Saturday unlikely (Standard).

Davinson Sanchez returns from a hamstring injury, and Christian Eriksen is expected to start after only playing 45 minutes for Denmark on Monday.

 Kieran Trippier is unlikely to be fit after pulling up in Tottenham’s last match.

Danny Rose, Jan Vertonghen, Mousa Dembele, Luke Amos, and Vincent Janssen remain the long-term absentees.

Chelsea currently have one senior player injured Mateo Kovacic who is down with a Muscular Injury and is expected to return November 24, but he would be a doubt to start on Saturday.

Ethan Ampadu did not travel with the Wales squad for their friendly with Albania after sustaining an injury against Denmark.

Dane Kasper Dolberg crashed into the Welsh whizz-kid – leaving Wales manager Ryan Giggs fuming.

After the game, Giggs said: “I just thought it was a cheap shot.

“You have got a lad just turned 18 who broke his leg when he was 17. It was a late tackle.”

Van Ginkel is the only long-term injury for the Blues.

The Dutch ace is out with a cruciate knee injury.

Chelsea fans will be hoping their star player Eden Hazard is sharp and ready for the game.

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