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‘No chance’ Loftus-Cheek leaves in January

‘No chance’ Loftus-Cheek leaves in January

He is joined in the centre by Loftus-Cheek, who deserves a go from the beginning in the Premier League. Diogo Jota then netted the home victor four minutes later.

Chelsea take on Wolves in the Premier League on Wednesday and Maurizio Sarri will surely be resting a couple of his first-team players.

Loftus-Cheek has not featured as much as he would have hoped under Maurizio Sarri, but game time is likely to increase in the near future, with the England global continuing to impress in all competitions.

The 22-year-old is unlikely to start the game but he has appeared as a substitute and he is a threat in midfield.

While he faded a little after the interval, it seems inconceivable the Chelsea academy product will not be afforded more opportunities in the remainder of the season.

Chelsea are about to embark on a period in which they'll play nine matches in less than a month and Loftus-Cheek wants to feature heavily.

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Going by the tagline "A New Delhi Rises", the event was broadcast live on its official Instagram and Facebook pages too. Coming to the core squad, they have retained Rishabh Pant, Prithvi Shaw, Chris Morris and also the Nepal Spinner.

Spanish midfielder Cesc Fabregas also gets a rare start in the middle, with Jorginho and Mateo Kovacic making way. While Chelsea are looking to build on their win against Fulham over the weekend.

Maurizio Sarri believes that when his Chelsea side conceded then they became a different team, following the Blues' 2-1 defeat away at Wolves this evening.

Chelsea took an early lead in the Black Country.

It arrived with a healthy slice of fortune, however, as Loftus-Cheek's effort looked to be heading straight for Rui Patricio before Conor Coady's unwitting intervention with his head wrong-footed his goalkeeper.

A fine save by Patricio denied Willan a second goal for the visitors before a brilliant saving challenge from Ryan Bennett thwarted Willian.