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Predicting Chelsea's Starting XI for Wednesday's Premier League Clash With Aston Villa

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In what can labeled as 'wake up call', Lampard and his side will have a chance to make amends when they return to Stamford Bridge to host Aston Villa in the Premier League on Wednesday night.

The wave of optimism that continued growing following a stellar run of results under ?Frank Lampard mellowed out last weekend, as Chelsea fell to a disappointing defeat at home to struggling West Ham.

Kurt Zouma (CB) - Alongside Tomori, Zouma has overtaken the central defensive slot from Andreas Christensen, as Lampard seems to have firmly settled on his first-choice defensive partnership.

It is going to be a late call, but it would be safe to assume that Lampard will not want to take any risks if there is any doubt, so ?Batshuayi may just come into the starting XI.

Marcos Alonso (LB) - Without doubt the weakest link in the ?Chelsea setup is at left-back.

Jorginho (CDM) - From pantomime villain to Stamford Bridge stalwart, Jorginho has won over the Chelsea support with the immense work to puts in from the deep-lying midfield role.

N'Golo Kante (CM) - Kante has continued his development into a truly world class box-to-box midfielder this season under Frank Lampard, and is a sure-fire starter when fit.
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