Don't Golo Kante back, Reece James hit: Graham Potter best Chelsea from XI against Aston Villa

Chelsea's manager, Graham Potter, is confronted with a selection puzzle ahead of the Premier League match against Aston Villa next weekend

Graham Potter must make some decisions before Chelsea comes back in the Premier League against Aston Villa next weekend. The international break has raised some issues for the Blues as they look to continue their undefeated run in all competitions heading into April.

Potter may have to bring Trevoh Chalobah to replace James in the starting XI with England International now a major doubt for the match against Villa. Unai Emery was struck by his own injury issues after Matty Cash sustained a calf injury while serving internationally with Poland.

Kante's return to the squad would be a huge boost and could help unleash more potential in Enzo Fernandez. The Argentinean midfielder impressed after his British transfer agreement to sign for the Blues in January and is likely to keep his spot in the midfield.

None Madueke impressed those under 21 after scoring one goal and getting two assists in the 4-0 victory over France. Mykhailo Mudryk and Raheem Sterling will compete alongside Kai Havertz and Joao Felix on offense, but Madueke's performance could be rewarded with a rare departure

The absence of James might see Ruben Loftus-Cheek or Chalobah start in his place, with a potential return to a four-man defense. An option for the Blues chief. Potter will have to make major decisions to keep Chelsea going. Their unbeaten race, so football. London took a look at the best XI starter, he could compete against Aston Villa.

Chelsea is commencing XI versus Aston Villa (3-4-2-1): Kepa; Fofana, Badiashile, Koulibaly; Chalobah, Kantes, Enzo, Chilwell; FĂ©lix, Madueke; Havertz.

Which team do you think Graham Potter is going to pick for Chelsea Premier League versus Aston Villa?

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