Blues boss Thomas Tuchel has managed to get his playing staff to perform like a well-oiled machine, but clearly the same can not be said for those working on Chelsea's social media team.
Chelsea's recent displays have sparked huge optimism among the Stamford Bridge faithful, with Tuchel guiding his side to within touching distance of not one but two major honours with both the FA Cup and Champions League finals coming up.
The German coach has had a remarkable impact in such a short space of time, only touching down in West London in late January, replacing the sacked Frank Lampard.
With the FA Cup final coming up this weekend (Saturday, May 15), Tuchel will have to bare that in mind with his team selection for tomorrow night's clash at home to Arsenal, which could see a number of key players rested with the chance of securing silverware so close.
However, one constant presence in Chelsea's starting eleven who is likely to feature is right-back Reece James.
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The 21-year-old was chosen to be the face of the club's promotional Instagram post ahead of the London derby, but bizarrely, the club's social media tagged the wrong Reece James.
James has enjoyed a stellar season for the Blues, making 29 appearances in the league and establishing himself as a vital first-team player.
The Chelsea academy graduate earned plaudits for his performance in the recent last-gasp win away at Manchester City, giving his full-back counterpart Benjamin Mendy a headache from the first-minute as the Blues put themselves firmly in the driving seat in the race for top four.
Tuchel's side currently sit third after leapfrogging Leicester City following Sunday's victory at the Etihad, with just three games to go the Stamford Bridge faithful will be confident their place in the top four will be all but secure with a win against Arsenal.
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