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Manchester City already have one foot in the final having beaten Bristol City 2-1 in the first leg of the other semi-final and the London clubs will be doing everything in their power to follow suit.
The Gunners suffered a shock elimination from the FA Cup after losing 4-2 to Nottingham Forest in the third round at the weekend, so the game has taken on even greater significance for them.
It will be the fourth competitive meeting between the sides this season and Chelsea will be determined to record a victory, having drawn twice and lost once to Arsene Wenger’s men.
New signing Ross Barkley has trained with the Blues, but Antonio Conte indicated that the game comes too soon for the midfielder.
Eden Hazard could be in line to feature, having missed the FA Cup third-round draw against Norwich City, while David Luiz, who played in that game, should also be available
Wenger has a lot more injuries to contend with than his Italian counterpart, with Olivier Giroud, Aaron Ramsey, Nacho Monreal, Sead Kolasinac and Laurent Koscielny all sidelined.
Santi Cazorla is also unavailable, but new signing Konstantinos Mavropanos could be included in the matchday squad.
Potential Arsenal starting XI: Cech; Mertesacker, Holding, Mustafi, Bellerin, Maitland-Niles; Xhaka, Wilshere, Ozil; Lacazette, Sanchez.
English League Cup may be third on the list of domestic competitions in terms of how it’s viewed by the elite of the Premier League, but when the giants of the English football pyramid meet up, it’s always a good time, especially when you get to watch rivals like Chelsea and Arsenal go head-to-head like they will in the semifinals starting Wednesday.
The first leg of their tie for a place in the final at Wembley starts at Stamford Bridge, and Antonio Conte and company will be hoping to use that early home field advantage to build an lead in the semifinals while Arsenal are reeling. The major story for the Gunners right now, of course, is Arsene Wenger’s three-match touchline ban for calling the integrity of referee Mike Dean into question, a spark of controversy that’s only made Arsenal’s poor run of form look even worse.