Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has no injury concerns ahead of the Blues’ trip to Fulham tonight. The former England international will reunite with former Chelsea team-mate Scott Parker on the sidelines to win the Premier League again.

Fulham have turned their season around in the past six weeks, however, which means this won’t be an easy game for the Blues.

Chelsea have struggled lately after losing to Wolves, Everton, Arsenal and Manchester City.

You can’t afford to lose any further ground in the top 4 as Lampard’s position is already under threat.

Fortunately, alongside N’Golo Kante, he’ll have his entire squad to choose from.

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Kai Havertz will be looking to take on a midfield role after impressing against Morecambe.

In attack, Christian Pulisic is expected to return for Callum Hudson-Odoi despite his goal against the second division team.

Hakim Ziyech should also start with Timo Werner as the two are looking to start their careers in Chelsea after a mixed start to life at the club.

Lampard goes into the game in high spirits, claiming his players were hungry on the training ground.

“My concern was with the training and the atmosphere because when you haven’t won some games it is clear the players have to stay positive,” said Lampard.

“It starts with the staff. I’ve seen good reactions from the players. They worked hard. For the first time this season, we had two fairly long weeks of training.

“We had the opportunity to train on bigger elements of our game. We worked on a really physical level, which is important if you want to improve as a team.

“No matter what squad you have, and especially if you have young or new players, you need time to work.

“We had that last season and even with a young and unbalanced squad we had a long preseason and season moments to work.

“These two weeks have given us the opportunity to get back to focus on the basics of our game, who we are and how we want to play. I just want to see how those things come through.”

Expected Chelsea XI: Mendy; James, Zouma, Thiago Silva, Chilwell; Jorginho, Mount, Havertz; Pulisic, Ziyech, Werner.