Graham Potter will be looking to make as few changes as possible after overseeing three wins in a row as Chelsea manager.

Victories against Leeds United, Borussia Dortmund and Leicester City have brought some of the feel-good factor back to the club after what was a dire run.

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Tomorrow will see them take on Sean Dyche’s Everton, who returned to winning ways last week against Brentford.

Here’s the Chelsea Chronicle’s predicted 3-4-3 line-up for tomorrow evening’s game:

GK and Defence

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With Edouard Mendy only just returning to training, there is no doubt that Kepa Arrizabalaga will continue between the sticks.

Wesley Fofana has stepped up to lead the defence in Thiago Silva’s absence, and will continue on the right of the back three.

Despite good performances from Kalidou Koulibaly, a deserved return to the side is due for Benoit Badiashile after an impressive start to life following his £35m move.

Marc Cucurella will look to continue his impressive form on the left of the back three with another start tomorrow.


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A return from illness will see Reece James start in the right wing-back role, with a desire to bring his attacking impotence to the forefront.

Mateo Kovacic will captain the side, although he will be replaced in the second half by a returning N’golo Kante.

The brilliant Enzo Fernandez will continue alongside him, with him again showing his quality in assisting against Leicester.

Fresh off an England call-up, Ben Chilwell will continue his stellar form on the left.


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Joao Felix will continue to start in a front three that looked extremely fluid in the Premier League last week.

Two goals in as many games will see Potter hand Kai Havertz another start, with his ability to feature along the frontline being extremely useful.

With Raheem Sterling’s injury, Mykhailo Mudryk will be given his second consecutive start after fitting in seamlessly last week.

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