Chelsea fans want Reece James in and Antonio Rudiger out against Spurs

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Reece James returns and Rudiger out of the weekend tie against Tottenham

Chelsea supporters insist on Reece James returns while voting centre-back Antonio Rudiger out of the weekend tie against Tottenham.

The poor-form Blues get in Premier League clash with Tottenham Hotspur having lost four of their last five league games.

However, loss at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, on Sunday would mean the Blues would fall out of the top four. While Jose Mourinho’s Spurs takes its place on goal difference.

After a good season-start, Chelsea needs to get out of their drop-form to protect their Champions League place for next season.

Moreover, Blues followers suggest the team that they want to see facing Spurs at the weekend. They create their own 10-man squad and wants Frank Lampard to use the same team.

So, Chelsea fans want to see Reece James in the starting XI, with Cesar Azpilicueta, moved over to left-back.

Reece James and Tomori in but Rudiger out of the Starting XI for Chelsea
Fikayo Tomori is included in the Starting XI by the fans
Reece James scored in the Champions League match against Ajax and jubilates with his teammates

Meanwhile, the one big shock is that the vote rip-out Antonio Rudiger from the team. While the centre-back includes Kurt Zouma and Fikayo Tomori playing in the middle of the defence.

Besides, Blues fans want to see three midfielder of Jorginho, N’Golo Kante and Mateo Kovacic, looking to counter Spurs from the center of the pitch.

Chelsea supporters gladly have Callum Hudson-Odoi back as the starting winger, with Willian and Tammy Abraham also in the forward line.

The Blues manager, Lampard uses a 4-3-3 formation, to find the right balance of games to his side. The fans also utilize the pattern to play against Chelsea’s former boss, Mourinho.

Following the game with Spurs, the Blues will host Southampton at Stamford Bridge on Boxing Day. Then prepares to make a short trip to take on Arsenal.

It will be a busy period for the Blues and Lampard will be happy to make it out well. He looks forward get the best out of his players in their upcoming league games.

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