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19 Octubre 2017, 12:59 | Crisanna Felipe
SKY SPORTSChelsea news David Luiz should play in midfielder under Antonio Conte says Wilkins
"But I do believe if they have a fit squad, they have a great chance of going as far in Europe as any of the English teams".
Alonso's compatriot Alvaro Morata has returned to training after shaking off a hamstring injury and could feature against the Serie A side. "We train very well to stay away from injuries and it is something weird that is happening now with the injuries".
Roma might have claimed a deserved victory, but Dzeko headed wide at the near post. Within 13 minutes of the change, Chelsea had gone from 2-1 up to 3-2 down. Against Palace, Luiz was all too often seen engaging in random tackles thereby leaving a gap in the middle.
David Luiz had his initial shot at goal blocked by a Roma defender but the Chelsea man picked up the second ball and curled his effort past Roma keeper Alisson Becker to give Chelsea a 1-0 lead after fifteen minutes. The Blues' top scorer jinked inside and attempted to find the top corner.
It is hardly a ringing endorsement of Batshuayi's credentials as a suitable stand-in. Their starting XI has no room for Daniele De Rossi, but features former Manchester City striker Eden Dzeko.
Chelsea's midweek return to European action against Roma provides an almost immediate opportunity for Blues boss Antonio Conte to right the many wrongs evident in Saturday's shambolic Premier League loss to the top flight's basement club Crystal Palace.
Is Conte under pressure?
'We've won our first two games and we have to continue in this way because if we beat Roma it will put us in a strong position, which means the game is very important'. Kylian Mbappe, Edison Cavani, Neymar and Angel Di Maria scored for the French side.
Neymar added a third with a low free kick, but Anderlecht were unfortunate not to reduce the arrears when Everton loanee Henry Onyekuru hit the underside of the crossbar.
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