1. Carney Chukwuemeka.
The former Aston Villa youngster was left on the bench for Chelsea’s last game against Brighton and Hove Albion which they lost. This season, Chukwuemeka is yet to start a game for Chelsea in the Champions League and with Chelsea’s qualification already guaranteed, Graham Potter could hand 19-year-old Chukwuemeka a start. In the substitute appearances he has made for Chelsea so far, he has impressed and is seen as a player who has a long-term future at the club.
2. Omari Hutchinson.
Omari Hutchinson is currently on the lips of everyone in the Chelsea youth setup. The recently turned 19 years old prodigy has been in scintillating form for the Chelsea U21s this season. His style of play has been compared to one-time Chelsea great, Eden And he has more than 5 goal contributions in his last 6 appearances for the U21s.
3. Armando Broja.
Due to the presence of Aubameyang at Chelsea, Broja has seen his first-team chances reduced. He has been limited to only making substitute appearances these last few months but he could finally be set to get a start tomorrow. Armando Broja only has one goal for Chelsea this season and should he score in tomorrow’s game, he would increase his chances of a start against Arsenal on Sunday.