John Terry travels to Prague

John Terry
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Captain John Terry shakes off a knee injury to travel with the Chelsea squad for tomorrow's clash against Sparta Prague.

John Terry has flown to the Czech Republic with his Chelsea teammates ahead of tomorrow's Europa League clash against Sparta Prague.

The centre-back had been expected to remain in London to receive treatment on a knee problem that had been troubling him for the last few days.

However, the 32-year-old's presence as part of the 19-man squad that left England this afternoon suggests that he had now recovered from that complaint.

While Terry has travelled, Victor Moses, John Obi Mikel, Demba Ba and David Luiz have all been left behind.

Luiz is suspended and January signing Ba is not permitted to play because he has already turned out for Newcastle United in the competition this season. Both Moses and Mikel have only returned to the club following their participation at the Africa Cup of Nations with champions Nigeria.

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