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Chelsea Cryptic Team News Hints Amid Mauricio Pochettino’s Two Changes for Brighton Clash

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Chelsea Cryptic Team News Hints Amid Mauricio Pochettino’s Two Changes for Brighton Clash

Chelsea is hinting at potential changes to their starting lineup ahead of the upcoming match against Brighton, following their disappointing loss to Newcastle. Enzo Fernandez and Raheem Sterling have hinted at their possible involvement through intriguing pre-match graphics on Instagram.
The latest hint suggests the inclusion of two more players, Moises Caicedo and Levi Colwill, who were featured on the club’s pre-match poster across social media platforms.
The duo were absent in the previous match against Newcastle, contributing to Chelsea’s 4-1 defeat. While their presence on the poster doesn’t guarantee a starting role, Mauricio Pochettino may consider reintroducing them for the upcoming game.
Despite the anticipation of a goal-filled match in west London, Pochettino was asked about the psychological advantage Chelsea might have over Brighton, given their previous victory in the Carabao Cup this season.


Pochettino responded, stating that the opponents, namely Tottenham, Manchester City, and Newcastle, played a role in recent outcomes. He emphasized the challenging schedule, noting Newcastle’s game three days before facing Paris Saint-Germain and the team’s performance against other top rivals.


“We are our own worst enemies and we need to be focused on us. If we are in a good place, then for sure we will compete in a good way. We are going to pay attention [to Brighton], but at the moment in this process, I think we need to pay more attention to ourselves rather than the opponent.”
Chelsea are currently 12 points adrift of fourth-placed Aston Villa in the race for Champions League qualification. When asked if top-four is still a realistic target this term, Pochettino replied: “It is mathematical. I think we still need to believe that it’s realistic. It’s going to be tough to achieve the places to allow us to play in European competition.
“The most important [thing] now is not to see the end of the season, but to see the process and to improve every day. That is the most difficult thing always in this type of process; to be focused on today and not on tomorrow.
“That is the aspect we are working on this week, to try and improve ourselves and what the team needs. That is the process. We cannot think at the end of the season because then we will start to stop what is going to bring us there. We will focus on the present and how we are going to be better every day.”


Chelsea Cryptic Team News Hints Amid Mauricio Pochettino’s Two Changes for Brighton Clash

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