Chelsea latest news Maurizio Sarri sent Bournemouth warning in Liverpool reminder in the semi-finals

Chelsea latest news Maurizio Sarri sent Bournemouth warning in Liverpool reminder in the semi-finals


CHELSEA have to do everything they can to beat Bournemouth in tonight’s Carabao Cup clash after battling past Liverpool in the last round That’s according to former Arsenal striker and Sky Sports pundit Charlie Nicholas The Blues welcome Eddie Howe’s side to Stamford Bridge this evening as they look to book their place in the semi-finals Maurizio Sarri has impressed since taking over from Antonio Conte and the Italian is targeting his first trophy in English football Chelsea beat Liverpool at Anfield in the quarter-final, with talisman Eden Hazard firing in a stunning winner They have to take advantage of this situation.”Sky Sports pundit Charlie Nicholas Nicholas insists beating the Reds will have been for nothing if they fail to edge past Bournemouth tonight And the Scot believes Chelsea will comfortably reach the final four, suggesting the Cherries may rest their key players in order to prioritise the Premier League It’s a great opportunity for Bournemouth,” he told Sky Sports.“But normally Eddie Howe makes quite a few changes in these situations Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri is targeting his first trophy in English football. “If you look at it from the other side, Maurizio Sarri’s never won anything so what an opportunity for him After doing the hard bit and winning at Anfield in the last round, they have to take advantage of this situation I have a feeling Howe will make a few changes.“Their league position is good at the moment but maybe Howe will think it might not be in a few weeks so that’s why he’ll freshen things up Chelsea star Eden Hazard scored a stunning winner against Liverpool in the quarter-final win For me, it’s a Chelsea win. I don’t think it will be overly comfortable, but they’ll get there in the end Chelsea are currently fourth in the Premier League, eight points behind unbeaten leaders Liverpool Following their cup encounter with Bournemouth, Sarri’s side return to action on Saturday as they host Leicester Tonight’s clash kicks off at 7.45pm.Get Chelsea latest news updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribing

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