Eden Hazard has been ruled out of Chelsea’s Europa League clash against Bate Borisov following a knock, this is according to report.
Currently the best player in the Premier League, Hazard picked up a back injury while warming up for the game against Manchester United last weekend. He is currently in the form of his life but he was unable to get on the scoresheet against the Red Devils.
It was claimed after the game against United that Hazard could be out of action for up to two weeks. And now Sarri while speaking ahead of the Blues Europa League clash, ruled out the possibility of the Belgian starring today. However, he further revealed the Belgian could be in the starting line-up this weekend against Burnley.
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Hazard is currently the leading scorer for Chelsea – he has scored eight goals in all competitions for the Blues this term and Sarri will be wary of playing without the attacker.
The Blues are currently two points adrift League leaders Manchester City and Liverpool but they will be aiming to pick up the maximum points at stake this weekend.