Chelsea receive injury boost ahead of Sheffield United clash
Chelsea have received an injury boost ahead of the FA Cup quarter-final tie against Sheffield United on Sunday.
The west London giants are on a stunning 14-match unbeaten run and they have won 10 of those matches.
They are favourites to beat the Blades tomorrow and ahead of the game, they have received a boost on the injury front.
Tammy Abraham has been sidelined for the past few matches with an ankle injury, but he has now returned to training.
It is still uncertain whether he could start against the Blades, having just returned from an injury lay-off.
Olivier Giroud has been an unused substitute in the last four matches and he may get the nod to lead the line.
Giroud scored a splendid goal with an overhead kick against Atletico Madrid last month, but has since played only 65 minutes.
Timo Werner and Kai Havertz have been preferred ahead of him in the pecking order over the past few weeks.