Cesc Fabregas, Diego Costa and Filipe Luis could all feature for Chelsea as the Blues take on RZ Pellets WAC in a preseason friendly.
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The Blues are currently holding a training camp in Austria, with all three of their major summer signings, along with Cesar Azpilicueta and Gary Cahill, joining the rest of the squad.
Jose Mourinho, who has taken 26 players to Austria, will hope to see his new faces integrate with the rest of the team as quickly as possible, and the manager admitted to being quite satisfied with the facilities afforded to them in their training base in Waldarena, Velden.
"When we decided we wanted to stay in Europe we had to find the right place to come," Mourinho told the club's official website. "Here, everything is good -- the hotel, the service, the training ground. To have two training pitches together is important for our work and our organisation.
"The people are very nice and friendly and they always wait until the end of our training session to ask for an autograph. At this moment everything is very nice for us."
While RZ Pellets are not expected to pose too many problems for this strong Chelsea side, the primary target for Mourinho and the players will be to get some much-needed playing time ahead of what promises to be a gruelling, exciting season in both the English Premier League and the Champions League.
"People can speak about other leagues but England is the only country where five or six teams can win the title," Mourinho said. "Football is about competitiveness every weekend and that only happens in the Premier League.
"When you have the two Manchester clubs, the three clubs from London -- Tottenham, Arsenal and ourselves -- plus Liverpool, that's six top teams, where all of them can win the title. That's why everybody loves the Premier League.
"At Chelsea, if we didn't think we could win the league, or didn't think we had the quality to do it, we wouldn't be here working so hard. We respect our opponents and their ambitions, because they have the same ambitions as us, but we want to win the Premier League and we are ready for that."
Costa, Fabregas and Luis have been brought in to fill various holes as well as add that little bit more strength to a Chelsea side which finished third in the Premier League last season, while going all the way to the semifinals of the Champions League.
Fabregas will give that extra bit of creativity and experience in midfield, while Costa will be expected to provide goals, which Chelsea lacked last season from their strikers. Luis has been roped-in from Atletico Madrid to fill the void left by the departure of Ashley Cole, who signed for Roma after seeing his contract with the London club come to an end.
Chelsea squad: Petr Cech, Mark Schwarzer, Matej Delac, Mitchell Beeney, John Terry, Branislav Ivanovic, Gary Cahill, Kurt Zouma, Andreas Christensen, Oriol Romeu, Nathan Ake, Cesar Azpilicueta, Marco Van Ginkel, Nemanja Matic, Nathaniel Chalobah, Mohamed Salah, Jeremie Boga, Lewis Baker, John Swift, Cesc Fabregas, Patrick Bamford, Fernando Torres, Diego Costa, Dominic Solanke, Filipe Luis, Isaiah Brown.