Chelsea face Leicester City at Stamford Bridge this Saturday in the 3pm kick off.
The Blues will be looking to bounce back from an embarrassing performance against Leeds United last week, and on paper, it is a very good time to play against a struggling Leicester side with an under pressure manager.
The Blues will be expected to win this game, but after last week, literally anything can happen in this league and Chelsea look inconsistent to say the least.
They have been struggling badly in attack though once again, with neither Mason Mount, Raheem Sterling, or Kai Havertz being able to find any early form so far.
So it is a big boost to see that Armando Broja is back in training yesterday after his injury kept him out of the squad for Leeds.
Broja has looked very bright when he has come on this season, and I believe he deserves a start. Hopefully he is fit enough to get it on Saturday and can be that fresh option we need.