Chelsea will be very careful with John Terry's hamstring injury, revealed manager Guus Hiddink, after the captain was ruled out of Tuesday night's Champions League clash in Paris. Terry picked up the injury over the weekend, in the 5-1 win against Newcastle United, adding his name to Kurt Zouma's on the list of injured, key center backs.
"He started training on Monday but it was not good."
"We must be careful. We must not go into a situation where he will drop back again for a longer period of injury. So we will see on Thursday and Friday how he is."
-Guus Hiddink; source: London 24
As we've come to know all too well over the past few years with the likes of Diego Costa, Danny Sturridge, and Marko Marin, hamstring injuries can easily turn very annoying if not carefully managed. So our caution is certainly warranted, especially after our makeshift backline against PSG performed probably better than most expected. If Terry's unable to go, we will most likely see the same foursome try to stop a possibly-understrength Manchester City side in the FA Cup fifth round.
We might even have a chance!