Callum Hudson-Odoi and Reece James are both set for match action at Stamford Bridge tomorrow night (Friday), as Chelsea's development squad take on Brighton.
Andy Myers’ side play the Seagulls in our latest PL2 clash, with tickets for the game at Stamford Bridge still available. Kick-off on Friday evening is at 7pm.
Both Hudson-Odoi and James have recovered well from long-term injuries, returning to training at Cobham recently, and the duo are now primed for match action at the Bridge.
Hudson-Odoi made a big impact on the Chelsea last season, impressing particularly in the Europa League and making his senior England debut, before suffering a ruptured Achilles towards the end of the season.
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Meanwhile James suffered an ankle injury this summer while away on England international duty, having previously excelled while on loan at Championship side Wigan last term. The defender has since recovered and returned to full training at Cobham.
Marc Guehi is another player that is expected to feature against Brighton tomorrow night, with the defender having recently penned a new Chelsea contract until 2022. Guehi has skippered the side so far this season.
Ian Maatsen, Tino Anjorin and Tariq Lamptey, who scored an injury time equaliser against Tottenham last time out, are all expected to feature, while Billy Gilmour could also be included despite making his Chelsea debut against Sheffield United recently.
Tickets for the game are still available but will need to be collected on the day of the game. Ticket prices for adults are just £5, while juniors (under 20) and seniors (over 65) can obtain entry free of charge.
If you can’t make it to Stamford Bridge, then the game can be streamed live here on the official Chelsea website or on The 5th Stand app.
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