Awesome for Everton: Chelsea star banned

Everton's English manager Sam Allardyce and Swansea City's English head coach Paul Clement gesture during the English Premier League football match between Everton and Swansea City

However, Chelsea had other ideas.

He has also appeared in the Premier League and debuted for Wales, but the Grecians are yet to see any return on their academy product.

With Morata unavailable, Chelsea are likely to use Eden Hazard as the focal part of their attack with Willian and Pedro providing support.

The defender's stats from the match were mightily impressive, completing 87 of his 88 passes and looking comfortable in the backline.

"We have played Arsenal many times and we know what to expect".

And his manager was full of praise for the Welshman after the match.

The 17-year-old Wales worldwide started in the 2-1 win over the Cherries, finishing the match despite picking up a yellow card in the second minute at Stamford Bridge. "When you have this type of reaction, it means you have players with great character, great personality, great heart".

"This game is very important for us - the last game before Christmas and I'd like to spend a good Christmas with a good win".

"I am ready to continue to play with these players because they are showing me great commitment, but at the same time if there is the possibility to improve our squad I think the club will try to do this".

"From the first game against Nottingham Forest I made a lot of rotations, and for this reason I am very happy".

He added: "It was important, because to go and to play 30 minutes more, I think it was a bit unsafe".

Alvaro Morata scored the winning goal as Chelsea reached the Carabao Cup semi-finals courtesy of a 2-1 win over Bournemouth at Stamford Bridge, but will now miss the game against Everton at the weekend after being cautioned in ridiculous fashion.

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