Thursday, October 7, 2010

On the Casualty: Return of the Heavyweights

Both should be fit for next game
On the latest injury news; after scoring a sensational goal against Arsenal, Alex confirmed to be sidelined at least 3 games (thigh muscle injury). Maybe the ball hit him too hard:D. He should be fit for the home game against Wolves. No need for the panic sale for those who have him. Other story from the Chelsea's camp; Benayoun may be out for months due to the injury on his achilles tendon. Are you still have him by now??? 

On the good side; Lampard is back. The current situation should shuffle the Chelsea's lineup a little bit. Ramires or Mikel may be sacrificed for Franky. Ivanovic may replace Alex and Ferreira or Bosingwa (yes the last 2 years Bosingwa) should take the full-back role. He came unscathed for the reserves last time.

Fabregas is fit and currently enjoying the training session. He said he want to play today but didn't want to take a gamble. Walcott and Bendtner have an outside chance to be fit for the Brums visit but Wenger prepared to unleash both of them for the Man City game. On the other hand, Mancini also set to unleash the Super Mario Balotelli for the Arsenal game. What a tasty fixture...

The breaking news is El Nino probably suffered the same groin injury at the World Cup. Whatever it is, he may not be ready for the Merseyside Derby. Back to Ngog then...

Other team news;

The two Dannies (Simpson & Guthrie) are pushing for a starting lineup for Newcastle. 

Roman Pavlyuchenko was ruled out for his country European Qualifiers and doubtful for the next game. Same with Damien Duff.

Aleksandar Kolarov (Man City) could be back for the Blackpool clash. Pablo Zabaleta out for 10 days.

Ronald Zubar, Wolves rightback will go under the knife. By now, I think most have him as a filler and as a matter of fact, Wolves have lost 4 of their last matches.

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