Chelsea predicted XI vs Southampton: Sarri to make big decision in attack

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Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek could feature in the starting line-up for the first time this season in Thursday's Europa League match against Hungarian champions Vidi, Maurizio Sarri has said.

"I like it, everything goes through me", Fabregas said.

"I wish he came a bit earlier to be honest, it's a little bit late now in my career".

Joining Chelsea in 2013, Willian has won two Premier League titles with Chelsea, as well as FA Cup and League Cup winners medals.

Meanwhile, Sarri went on to say he's thrilled at how quickly his squad have gelled together since his summer arrival. Definitely I'm very happy with him, I'd love to stay at the club.

"The way he sees football is something that maybe in the future if I become a coach I think I'll do something very similar".

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Hazard will be hoping Chelsea maintain their undefeated record in the league this season as they travel to Southampton on Sunday. I'm very lucky to have players of such quality and we're very lucky to have this positive start because of the players.

"Hopefully [Chelsea] won't be as good at converting chances as Eden Hazard is at the moment because of the form he's in". I had it last week after we drew at Chelsea, when I turned to Maurizio Sarri and he was smiling, and he looked at me and said "you enjoyed that, eh?" and I was like, "Yeah, actually I do".

"I will keep training on the pitch and we will see what happens, if I score then it is fine, if I don't but I play well then that for me is fine, I only need to keep winning games".

"The character we showed at the back end of past year is still very much within the team, and it will sustain us and make sure that we're successful".

He confirmed there had been no talks about a new Blues deal, adding: "I have eight months left and at the moment I'm gone. In the last five, six days, he has been better, so I think he is able to play tomorrow".