Raheem Sterling focused as Kai Havertz works on ball skills - Chelsea training ahead of West Ham


Chelsea will be looking to return to winning ways against West Ham after two goalless draws in the Premier League. Graham Potter's side drew a blank against Liverpool at Anfield two weeks ago before west London rivals Fulham also frustrated them at Stamford Bridge last time out as the Blues continue to struggle for goals.

But with eight new signings having arrived at the club during the January transfer window, Potter will be hoping he can find the perfect blend of personnel to get them firing on all cylinders once again and moving up the table.

Chelsea feature in the opening fixture of the weekend at the London Stadium, which means a victory will see them move up one place to eighth with a win - or even more if they can secure a big win against the Hammers - at least until the 3pm kick-offs are concluded. The players have been working hard in training and here are the best of the images from Cobham.

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