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Chelsea will take on Krasnodar as the last fixture of their Champions League group stage. See match details above.
Chelsea who are still unbeaten in the Champions League this season have already booked a place in the round of 16 and will end up first in their group no matter the outcome of this last game.
See our current Champions League group standings below
With the game fairly insignificant, Frank Lampard will be looking to give some time to players who haven’t played much this season while resting others for upcoming matches.
Billy Gilmour in training ahead of Krasnodar
The likes of Billy Gilmour, Marcos Alonso, Kepa and some other few players could get some minutes in the game.
Lampard in his press conference today confirmed Kepa will be in the starting lineup tomorrow.
Lampard gave an update on Ziyech injury during his press conference. The Gaffer didn’t disclose anything significant about the playmaker as he claimed he is yet to see the scan results.
Lampard however, did confirmed that Hudson Odoi will sit out Krasnodar as the young star picked up an hamstring injury during training.