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Goalkeeper: Petr Cech
Less reliable than he used to be, but still has a lot to offer betwwn the Stamford Bridge sticks.
Right-back: César Azpilicueta
Signed last season, Azpilicueta still hasn’t shown his full potential but definitely has the class to make the right-back position his own.
Centre-back: Branislav Ivanović
Hasn’t always been a centre-back, but last season made himself one of the first names on the teamsheet.
Centre-back: David Luiz
A consistent performer last season and in this year’s Confederations Cup, Luiz has been one of the best players for Chelsea in the last few seasons.
After a shaky start to his Chelsea career he has made himself a fan's favourite.
Left-back: Ashley Cole
One of the longest serving player’s at the club, Cole has been one of Chelsea’s most consistent player’s in the last few seasons and will hope to carry that trend on this season.
Probably the best box-to-box midfielder in the Premier League, Ramires never stops.
With this Brazilian at the heart of your midfield you always have somebody to rely on.
Holding-midfield: Frank Lampard
Chelsea’s top scorer ever, Frank Lampard has and always will be a fan favourite at the Bridge.
Hard working, pacey and technically fantastic, Jose Mourinho looks as though he will be playing Oscar over Juan Mata - is this a good move? We are yet to see.
Right-wing: Kevin de Bruyne
Recently returned from his year-long loan to Werder Bremen, De Bruyne could be a key player for Chelsea this season.
Left-wing: Andre Schurrle
Signed from Bayer Leverkusen for £18 million this year, Schurrle is fast, has good footwork and has a brilliant long-shot. Defences, watch out.
Striker: Samuel Eto’o
A prolific goalscorer, Eto’o came to Chelsea in the deal that included Willian - I think he will fit perfectly into the Premier League.
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