Date: 27th November 2018 at 4:44pm
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After the hugely disappointing display against Tottenham Hotspur, on Sunday, a performance that was, quite easily, the worst the side has produced all season, Maurizio Sarri has some hard thinking to do.

This Thursday, Chelsea welcome PAOK Salonika to Stamford Bridge for a Europa League Group L fixture.

For Chelsea, it is one of those games where, apart from pride, very little is at stake, with the club already having qualified for the next stages of the competition.

Now, normally, Sarri would use this fixture to blood a few youngsters and give his fringe players a rare start.

But, on the back of the shambolic display against Tottenham, could Sarri have other plans?

Could the Italian be thinking of giving the majority of those who played with lead in their boots, at Wembley, a chance to ply themselves back into form?

It’s an interesting scenario, but, here’s the crux, what would you do if you were in Sarri’s shoes?

Feel free to drop YOUR starting eleven in the comment facility beneath this article.

 

3 Replies to “Sarri Faces A Midweek Dilemma”

  • We need one point to win the group, yet he cannot trust CHO and Ampadu to do this. We have 10 games next month, and i just do not see the point of playing Willian. Not impressed so far, calling out Kante in public, giving up on the league, refusal to play youth in small or meaningless games. We saw the same crap as last season on Sunday, players walking around, passing to Spurs players, moving out of the way of the ball. Toothless front 3 that cannot score. As Solid said in another post “Italian Guus.

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