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Chelsea youngster Tammy Abraham will be up against a fellow Chelsea youngster who’s also on loan, a former teammate from the Chelsea youth team, a friend and an opponent as well in Fikayo Tomori – when Brighton and Hove gets to face off with Bristol City in a very important clash that could decide where the Championship title will end.

Brighton only need a win to wrap the season as Championship title winners as they are currently four points ahead of Newcastle with just two games left.

Chelsea youngster Fikayo Tomori might be in action as his loan club faces Bristol City, where Tammy Abraham plies his trade.

Speaking about the Chelsea youngster who has lit the Championship with his goals, his friend, teammate and opponent admitted that the 19-year-old has what it takes to be a top player.

“What he has done for Bristol is crazy,” Tomori told Goal. “I had no doubt he would do well, he is a great player and a friend of mine. We come up against him on Saturday but we hope he doesn’t have a good day, we have a better day and we win the league.

“He is a good player and he has done well for a team that has struggle. He has been great and kept them up. I have played with him since I was seven in the same team. In the same England team too.”

He added: “I have always known his qualities and he has gone to show it off now. I am not surprised by how well he has done and I am happy for him, he has been great. He can go as far as he wants to. He has got all the attributes to be a top-top player.

“Maybe he will be given an opportunity at Chelsea or somewhere else next season but I am sure that wherever he goes then he will be great. We speak almost every day. We have group chats and stuff [on WhatsApp].

“He says he hopes to play, hopes he scores and all that. I say we won’t let him score but it is that fun banter between two people who get on well.”

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