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English defender Fikayo Tomori said on Monday, before of the Champions League return leg in Italy, Chelsea can expect a different AC Milan at the San Siro than the club that lost tamely 3-0 last week in London.
Tomori scored last weekend in a 2-0 victory against Juventus in Serie A, but his performance against his former team at Stamford Bridge was less than impressive.
After three matches, Chelsea and Serie A champions Milan are tied with four points in an open group, one point behind leaders RB Salzburg, but only one ahead of Dinamo Zagreb.
In addition to the ongoing absences of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Alessandro Florenzi, Davide Calabria, and Alexis Saelemaekers, Milan will also be without goalkeeper Mike Maignan (calf) and defender Simon Kjaer (thigh), as well as Belgian midfielder Charles De Ketelaere, who is battling a muscular problem.
After Theo Hernandez returns this weekend, Brazilian midfielder Junior Messias will follow suit for the Italian champions.