Back to the Premier League

Last updated : 13 September 2007 By Paul Lagan
So with a mixed bag of international matches behind us, we can all return to the joys of the Premier League this weekend.
Chelsea are playing Blackburn Rovers and it's sure to be another tight match with lots of off the ball action.
Assuming all the players return safe and sound, Jose Mourinho will have a real headache of a selection problem.
Discounting Wayne Bridge, who will be back soon and Michael Ballack who is another couple of weeks away or years, (who knows?) Jose will have a full squad to choose from.
Now will Joe Cole or Andriy Shevchenko make the team or even the squad?
Joe has been fit all season and has yet to start a league match - but he has starred in England's recent matches.
Sheva is now playing again following his injury. He scored for Ukriane last night.
So what will Jose do?
Surely with the expansive philosophy apparently decreeded from Roman, Chelsea will be looking to open up Blackburn and expose them for what they are - a good Premiership outfit, but no one that should pose many problems.
Joe Cole fits the bill as the man to create the chances and take them too.
Sheva is one of the world's top marksman and must be put in the side somehow.
Ah well, we will have to wait, I suppose.
Frank Lampard is of course the other doubt but will be desperate to play, if only to remind England fans and Steve McClaren he exsits.