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Chelsea injuries: Good news on Eden Hazard, bad news on John Terry

Chelsea v West Bromwich Albion - Premier League Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images

Eden Hazard missed Chelsea’s last Premier League game, away to Sunderland on Wednesday, with a knock he picked up during last weekend’s win over West Bromwich Albion. He was replaced by Willian, who had not made a league start since early October. While Willian was involved in the game’s only goal, there’s a marked difference between what he and Hazard can bring to the team.

Fortunately, there are good news in the camp, as manager Antonio Conte announced today that Hazard is fit for tomorrow's match-up against Crystal Palace.

In even better news, there are no new injuries.

However, captain John Terry is still unavailable since picking up a gluteal strain two week ago. The injury was supposed to keep Terry out for a rather vague “few weeks” but Conte still wasn’t able to provide a date for his return.

This is Terry’s third injury of the season already, following two ankle injuries at the start of the season. He’s suddenly showing every bit of his 36 years...

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