- John Terry will miss the Blues Champions League clash with PSG
- Pedro and Kenedy face late fitness tests ahead of the match
- Fabregas expected to start against PSG after Stoke City rest
Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink has confirmed that captain John Terry will miss the Blues Champions League clash with PSG on Wednesday.
Hiddink says his captain would not recover from an hamstring injury ahead of the clash with the French champions who hold a 2-1 lead in the second leg at Stamford Bridge.
The boss also said Diego Costa will be availiable for the match but late fitness tests await the duo of Pedro Rodriguez and Kenedy. Costa missed Chelsea’s 1 – 1 draw with Stoke City over the weekend while Cesc Fabregas only appeared for the final 10 minutes.
The Metro gave an update of Chelsea’s injury worries.
Radamel Falcao Injury: Muscular strain Estimated return date: Setback. March.
Diego Costa Injury: Minor tendon injury. Estimated return date: Midweek.
Kurt Zouma Injury: Knee surgery. Estimated return date: Minimum six months.
John Terry Injury: Hamstring injury Estimated return date: Major doubt for Wednesday.
Pedro Rodriguez Injury: Hamstring injury Estimated return date: Assessed before PSG game.
Kenedy Injury: Grain Strain. Estimated return date: Assessed before PSG game.
Chelsea are 10th on the Premier League log on 40 points after 29 games. They are 10 points behind Manchester City who occupy the final Champions League berth.