Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho gives Terry and Cahill injury update

13:48 14 February 2014

Gary Cahill can bridge the gap between Chelsea

Gary Cahill can bridge the gap between Chelsea's experienced players and the youngsters making their way in the Premier League. (Photo by Mike Hewitt/Getty Images)

2014 Getty Images

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that defenders Gary Cahill and John Terry are set to miss tomorrow’s FA Cup tie with Manchester City.

The former Bolton man, who moved to Stamford Bridge two years ago, picked up a calf injury in the 1-1 draw with West Brom.

Terry, on the other hand, picked up a muscle injury before the 3-0 win over Newcastle and also missed the draw at The Hawthorns.

Mourinho said: “John is not back and Cahill is not.

“He was injured in the game at West Brom. He didn’t finish the training session.

“He’s going for a scan to see whether he can play or not.”

Cahill had trained today but was unable to complete the session.

Latest Stories from SNAP.PA

Barry’s face caught the attention of the Twittersphere during Sunday night’s Strictly.

Read more

Steve said he’ll be gutted not to be a part of Strictly next week.

Read more

The final GP in the UAE may not have been a thriller, but it did kind of sum up the season for a lot of drivers.

Read more

Promotions

Gamucci is a global leader and premier brand of electronic cigarettes

Gamucci has an electronic cigarette tailored for every need! We have a range of both disposable and rechargeable electronic cigarettes suitable for all adult smokers. And for a limited time we’re offering up to 40% off.

Money saving Christmas gifts to add to your shopping list!

It’s nearly time to go on the hunt for Christmas presents, stuck on what to get for your nearest and dearest? We’ve picked out a selection of great deals to get you started and to help you save some pennies!

Match reports

TOP STORIES

Chelsea Transfer News

Quizzes

Can you name these moustaches?

Movember is upon us once again and men across the country are growing moustaches to raise money to battle prostate cancer.

Read more
Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho go head to head (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)

Football managers are either deified or chastised, depending on results and they are some of the most famous faces in the country.

Read more
Roy Keane  (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)

Roy Keane denied the world of more glorious beard action this weekend by shaving his famous chin hair off, however football is still littered with some impressive beards.

Read more
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho and Arsenal's Arsene Wenger (Pictures: Getty Images)

London derbies are always eagerly anticipated but few more than when Chelsea and Arsenal meet.

Read more