Dynamo Kiev vs Chelsea: Line-up: Costa, Willian & Ramires START

Chelsea travels to Ukraine to face Dynamo Kiev in today’s Uefa Champions league Group G clash. Here is the side I think Jose Mourinho will pick to face the Ukraine based side.


Asmir Begovic is set to continue in goal in the absence of Thibaut Courtois who is out injured until December. The Bosnian goal keeper Joined the blues from Stoke City because of his desire to play Champions league football.

Left Back:

Baba Rahman is set to Continue at left back, the Ghanian international featured in the blues first Champions league group match against Maccabi Tel Aviv and recently made his Premier league debut against Aston Villa. He is set to continue at left back in the absence of Branislav Ivanovic.

Centre Back:

French international Kurt Zouma is set to continue at Centre back,the 20 year old has been in fine form for the blues this season and will most likely keep his place in the starting xi, Gary Cahill will most likely be recalled to the starting xi after the defender was left on the bench against Aston Villa due to the Knock he suffered while on international duty for England.

Right Back:

Cesar Azpilicueta remains at right back due to the absence of Branislav ivanovic.

Central Midfield:

Ramires will most likely retain his place in midfield,the Brazilian was one of the best performers for Chelsea last weekend. He is likely to be partnered with Nemanja Matic as the blues boss will look to give his defence enough protection.

Attacking midfield and Wingers:

Cesc Fabregas will slot in behind  Diego costa in the number 10 role and will be flanked by Willian and Eden Hazard who will operate on the right and left wing respectively.


 Diego Costa is the Obvious choice to start upfront,with Loic Remy out due to injury, Costa will be preferred ahead of Falcao.

My Predicted Line up:


Azpilicueta.  Zouma.   Cahill.    Baba

                 Ramires.  Matic.

Willian.         Fabregas.        Hazard.


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