Chelsea sweating over injuries to Hazard and Terry ahead of Europa League final

By Rik Sharma

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Eden Hazard and John Terry could be missing for the Europa League final on Wednesday night after picking up injuries against Aston Villa.

Hazard seemed to pull his hamstring towards the end of the game while captain Terry hurt his ankle while challenging for the ball in the box.

Rafa Benitez was unlikely to play Terry in the final against Benfica anyway, choosing to rest David Luiz and Branislav Ivanovic for this clash.

Injury blow: John Terry was stretchered off with what looked like a bad ankle injury

Injury blow: John Terry was stretchered off with what looked like a bad ankle injury

Big miss: Eden Hazard limps off with a hamstring problem at the end of Chelsea's clash with Aston Villa

Big miss: Eden Hazard limps off with a hamstring problem at the end of Chelsea's clash with Aston Villa

He was forced to bring both on though, the latter for Terry and the former to shore up midfielder after Ramires had been sent off.

Hazard, who put in a fine display which saw him assist both Frank Lampard goals, pulled up after a winding run deep into stoppage time.

Agony: Terry went down in the box and had to be stretchered off

Agony: Terry went down in the box and had to be stretchered off

Chelsea will be waiting anxiously for news on the injuries, while Benitez must be considering selecting Lampard after his dramatic brace.

The midfielder broke Chelsea's all-time goals record by bagging his 202nd and 203rd to help Chelsea come from behind after Christian Benteke had opened the scoring.

 

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hope villa go the same way as wolves and end up in league 1 where they belong, small club with embarrassing fans! - cfc_deano, Canterbury You Mug - CFC your local team then?

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Actually I don't feel sorry for a convicted thug who parks in disabled bays urinates on dance floors commits adultery with team mates wives damages taxis and pockets £10k fir showing someone round a private training area. - trekker , west midlands, 12/5/2013 13:49 ----- A rap sheet that reads of high jinks at best and inaroriatte behaviour, and is all over the place and even has a bit of Dennis Wise in there for effect. As for the convictions, name the charge, court , court verdict and sanction.

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This cardboard lame thug should resign from Footbal, before he really damages for ever.

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Actually I don't feel sorry for a convicted thug who parks in disabled bays urinates on dance floors commits adultery with team mates wives damages taxis and pockets £10k fir showing someone round a private training area.

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hope villa go the same way as wolves and end up in league 1 where they belong, small club with embarrassing fans! - cfc_deano, Canterbury, 12/05/2013 08:37 What a petulant child Canterbury? No local teams then? Or do you just support anyone who wins.

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aston villa are they even a team or worthy of a premiership place?No i dont think so.Relegation would be nice and ill offer to mop up all those tears from every supporter when we see them crying at there last game in the premiership.Tissues at the ready. - MUCKSPREADER1, Workington, 12/05/2013 08:45 Idiotic troll

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Ron Weeazy - still not grown up? Try posting something exciting! Idiot.

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John Ex, That may be so, but have you to earn respect and with regards to that you can't compare Petrov to Terry. Also, Petrov had a life threatening cancer ...Terry had a football injury!

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Chelsea fans honoured Petrov yesterday and joined in with the 19 minute recognition, whilst on the other hand Villa fans jeer and boo and sang "let him die" when Terry gets stretchered off. Make your own minds up.

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hahahahahahahahahaha another final missed hahahahahahahahahaha terry you waste of space ha

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