CHELSEA had not one, but two goals chalked off by VAR as Manchester United won 2-0 at Stamford Bridge.
And the Blues now have a mounting injury crisis to contend with ahead of their London derby with Spurs this weekend.
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VAR PITY BLUES
Chelsea's VAR woe in the 2-0 loss against Manchester United – two goals erased and Harry Maguire evading red for kicking out – continue to reverberate.
DOWN TO BARE BONES
As Chelsea prepare for Spurs on the weekend, there are several potential key absentees being touted for the encounter.
N'Golo Kante was subbed off on Monday night and he will miss out, Christian Pulisic and Callum Hudson Odoi are also expected to miss out.
Futhermore, there are doubts over 22-year old Tammy Abraham as he missed out against Manchester United and Andreas Christensen, after the Dane suffered a broken nose last night.
Armando Broja has confirmed he has signed his first professional contract with Chelsea via his own instagram.
The 18-year old Albanian under-19 international was part of Chelsea's youth academy and with the long list of injuries affecting Chelsea, Broja will certainly be knocking on Lampard's door.
Former England captain and Chelsea legend John Terry has given his top four prediction.
Despite losing to Manchester United last night, Terry still believes Chelsea will cement a top four spot and a champions league place in the proceedings.
Despite the competition from behind. Terry tips Chelsea to find another gear before the end of the season.
“It begins with Spurs at the weekend at home,” Terry said via the Metro.
“It’s the perfect game to come and respond if you are a Chelsea supporter or player. They are probably our biggest rivals, a local derby.
“Stamford Bridge will be rocking it’s a big opportunity for players to go and show what this fixture means, show they want to fight for the shirt.
“It’s an opportunity for certain individuals, maybe there will be a few changes from tonight’s game.
“It will be tough, I just think Spurs and Man United have had a couple of good results and I think Chelsea are on the decline slightly.
But I think they have another gear to go to and I think Chelsea will secure that fourth spot.”
According to 'football insider', Samuel Illing-Junior could be the latest Chelsea youth graduate to leave the Bridge.
PSG, Bayern, Schalke and Ajax are listed among the teams interested in signing the 16-year old and he could follow former team mates Clinton Mola and Tariq Lamptey who also sealed moves away from the club in January.