March 22, 2023

Chelsea vs Aston Villa: Predicted Lineups, Head to Head, Injury Update – Chelsea will continue their 2021/22 Premier League season campaign this weekend against Aston villa at Stamford bridge. Villa defeated Chelsea last season by 2:1 towards the end of the season, Thomas Tuchel would want to revenge by winning the game for Chelsea fans on Saturday.

It is going to be a very tough match for the blues considering their Champions League game against Zenith football club on Tuesday. The manager is likely to rest some players and it might be difficult for Chelsea to win the game.

Thomas Tuchel will be hoping to win the match against Aston villa despite the absence of some players due to injury.

INJURY/Suspension Update

Reece James

Chelsea will play against the defender after he was red carded against Liverpool in the Chelsea’s last EPL match. He was sent off after he used his hand to stop the ball from entering inside the goalpost.

Romelu Lukaku

The Belgium international might not be available for selection against Aston Villa this weekend. He was sidelined in Belgium last world cup qualifier match because of Injury.

Kai Havertz

The attacking midfielder will not be available for selection this weekend, he had a health issue and he was not featured in Germany last match.

N’ Golo Kante

The France International, N’ Golo Kante is fully available for selection after he was seen training with the first team squad on Tuesday.

Thiago Silva

The defender will not be available after he contacted Covid-19 while he’s on International duty with Brazil national team.

Head To Head Statistics

Chelsea vs Aston Villa head to head (h2h) stats results shown the full details meeting of both clubs with the highest math winning.


Chelsea will play without some first team players against Aston villa.



Kepa Arrizabalaga


Andreas Christensen, Antonio Rudiger and Trevoh Chalobah


Marcos Alonso, Saul Niguez, Mateo Kovacic, Jorginho and Cesar Azpilicueta


Timo Werner and Mason Mount

Aston Villa Lineup/Formation

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