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Petr Cech and John Terry are missing from the Chelsea team at the moment.
Chelsea captain John Terry is still sidelined by a knee injury he picked up on November 11 after Liverpool striker Luis Suarez fell on him during the 1-1 draw.
The former England international had been expected to return to action at the start of December but remains sidelined.
Chelsea interim manager Rafael Benitez is still unable to give a date for when the 31-year-old will return, the Mirror has reported, but Terry's progress is being monitored closely at the club.
Meanwhile, goalkeeper Petr Cech will be out until toward the end of this month after suffering a groin injury in the win at Everton on December 30.
The Czech Republic international is currently being replaced by Ross Turnbull, who came on at halftime for the 30-year-old at Goodison Park.
The absence of Cech from the team has lead to Benitez considering investment in a new goalkeeper for the squad, claims The Independent.