Amanda Broja has returned to Chelsea training following a small setback; Here is what Pochettino said
Amanda Broja has returned to Chelsea training following a small setback which made him miss the Arsenal game last weekend .
Chelsea played without a striker against Arsenal with Cole Palmer, leading the line and lacked a little bit of a ruthless edge.
Palmer played brilliant overall, but you could tell Chelsea missed a striker in that game and had to adapt their game.
Broja he is looking to prove himself as a Chelsea striker following inconsistent game, time and suffering with injuries. It is expected that Nicolas Jackson will start against Brentford, but perhaps Broja will have an opportunity of the bench.
In any case, it is important that as many players return as possible to give Mauricio Pochettino selection headaches and provide competition in the squad.
Hopefully Chelsea will have both strikers available for the weekend, and then the Blues should have a bigger opportunity of picking up three points if they continue their solid performances.