John Terry And Ashley Cole Back In Training For Chelsea

LONDON COLNEY, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 03: John Terry heads the ball during the England training session on September 3, 2012 in London Colney, England. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

John Terry and Ashley Cole are back in training for Chelsea and could shake off their injuries by the weekend, when they face Queens Park Rangers.

John Terry and Ashley Cole are both back in training for Chelsea as they race to be fit in time for the West London Derby against Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road on Saturday.

Both Terry and Cole were withdrawn from the England squad and missed their 1-1 draw with Ukraine, but are hoping to be fit in time for the Premier League clash on Saturday.

It will be interesting to see if either of the two play, considering the game will doubtlessly be overshadowed by being the first time John Terry and Q.P.R.'s Anton Ferdinand publicly come together after the Chelsea captain was cleared of racially abusing the R's defender.

Ashley Cole also gave testimony at the trial, leading to Ferdinand's brother, Rio Ferdinand, being fined for slurring the England left-back on Twitter.

Indeed, the matter is not yet fully closed, as the FA intend to have their own hearing on the case, with the date rumoured to be set for around the 24th of September.

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