Two strikers will be missing the weekend clash.
The Chelsea squad will be without the services of Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner as both the strikers suffered injuries on Wednesday night.
Thomas Tuchel claims that the duo would be out for a while and will miss some important games next month.
Tuchel said: “It was necessary that Romelu was on the pitch. He started strong, I spoke to him about it, about mental fatigue carried around with him.
“But he’s our number nine and our reference up front. And the best thing for mental fatigue is a goal. We knew we could be the dominant team with Mason (Mount) and Timo around him and him as the reference up front.
“And I had the strong belief that he could turn things around in terms of scoring and being decisive.
“He was super strong in our start and did that. He took the foul to win the first penalty, so maybe without him it’s not 2-0. I don’t regret it because it’s not a muscle injury.
“It was the moment to give him confidence and let him play and I don’t regret it. These things can happen and it’s bad luck. Maybe I don’t know much more than anyone else about the injuries. Romelu twisted his ankle on the foul in the box, and Timo has a hamstring injury.
“It will take a while for both of them, and we will need more examinations to be precise. But they will be out for some matches.”