The Spaniard missed the 2-1 defeat after injuring his hamstring against Man City.
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Alvaro Morata is primed to lead Chelsea's attack against AS Roma in the Champions League Wednesday as the Blues seek to quickly erase the embarrassment of their weekend loss to the Premier League's bottom club Crystal Palace.A nine-point gap separates Chelsea from leaders City but the Blues top their Champions League group, two points ahead of second-placed Roma, after winning both opening Group C games.One of Morata's seven goals this season came in Chelsea's 2-1 victory at Atletico Madrid, a result and performance that suggested the London club could be a real force in the competition.
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