Though tomorrow match cannot make any new impact for both team but Lampard side will be looking forward not have a clear record in the UEFA Champions League group stage by aiming to stretch their winning run in the Champions League to five matches when they welcome Russian side FC Krasnodar to Stamford Bridge for Tuesday's final group-stage encounter.
The Blues have already confirmed their first-place finish in the group, whereas Krasnodar will drop down to the Europa League ahead of this dead rubber.
Lampard will be expected to make significant alterations for this dead rubber, with the likes of Antonio Rudiger, Jorginho, Cesar Azpilicueta potentially lining up from the first whistle, while Kepa Arrizabalaga and Billy Gilmour are confirmed starters.
It will be noted that Ziyech and Odoi are injured and wouldn't be available for the match.
Chelsea won the first leg by 4-0.
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