CHE vs ASV Strongest Line-up That Could Give Chelsea their first win after struggling recently

Aston Villa's season has gotten off to a far better start. In the first five games, Unai Emery's team, which this season earned a spot in the Europa Conference League, has four more points than Chelsea. 

 They arrive in the capital having suffered a midweek defeat to Legia Warsaw in Europe as a result of numerous defensive mistakes. Since taking over in the summer, Mauricio Pochettino has only managed one league victory, which came against Luton Town last month. He is prepared to round off a productive week on the practise pitch with a victory. 

The west Londoners' most recent match against Bournemouth ended in a scoreless draw, so they will want to make a good impression against Villa. Mauricio Pochettino is expected to start a four man backline, therefore summer acquisition Robert Sanchez is a lock to keep his spot in the starting XI. 

 Malo Gusto will fill in for the still-injured Reece James while Ben Chilwell will attempt to replace fellow Englishman Levi Colwill in the starting XI. 

 Moises Caicedo will soon be back on the team sheet to join Conor Gallagher and Enzo Fernandez in the centre of the midfield. Nicolas Jackson, Raheem Sterling, and Noni Madueke will most likely form the starting attacking line for Chelsea on Sunday.

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