BAfter another tedious international break, Chelsea are back in Premier League action tomorrow afternoon when they take on Newcastle United.
The Blues make the long trip to St James’ Park for the early-afternoon kick-off and were back in training on Thursday.
It’s been a frustrating international break for Blues boss Frank Lampard, not having the players available to work on tactics for the upcoming game.
But what did we learn from the training session ahead of the game?
Kai Havertz returns
Kai Havertz was really finding his feet with the Blues before he tested positive for coronavirus ahead of the Champions League match with Rennes.
Havertz has spent the last few weeks recovering and he was back in training on his own ahead of the Newcastle United game.
The German is still a doubt for the game at St James’ Park due to fitness levels, but he should be ready for the Champions League match with Rennes in midweek.
Lampard said that there were still a few players who he was waiting on to return to training due to coronavirus tests coming back.
Werner was not part of the photos and so won’t have much training time with the Blues ahead of the trip to Newcastle.