Trevoh Chalobah was injured in Chelsea 2-1 win over Watford on Wednesday night at Vicarage Road Stadium.

The In-form defender is a doubt for the Blues tough trip to West Ham, their fifth London derby of the season on Saturday, after limping off on Wednesday.

Chalobah, 22, was replaced by Hakim Ziyech an hour into the match, with the Moroccan scoring the match-winner for the visitors. 

The Sierra Leone-born has added to the Premier League leaders long injury list alongside notable absentees N’Golo Kante, Mateo Kovacic and Ben Chilwell, whilst Reece James missed the trip to Watford.

He appeared to have suffered hamstring after he moved into midfield in the second half before limping off.

The defender after the game posted on Twitter that God is in control and he will be back soon. “Jehovah is in control, back soon.”

Chelsea have won their last seven London derbies conceded just one goal, but the trip to the London Stadium is set to be a tricky task. 

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