But with Salah it is obvious how seamlessly he would fit into the Chelsea starting XI. When all their players are fit and available, Conte’s line-up is frighteningly good. Except for one area: The inside right forward. Pedro and Willian have duked it out to try and claim the spot as their own, though neither are entirely convincing. The Spaniard, despite his excellent work rate, can be nullified too easily and creates little for his teammates. Willian, similarly, is a player whose defensive traits are praised more than his offensive weapons. Save for a performance in midweek where he was involved in all four goals against Qarabag, he has prompted more groans than cheers from Chelsea fans this season.