Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho gives Terry and Cahill injury update

13:48 14 February 2014

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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)

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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.

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