Chelsea will look for vengeance when they face Juventus in the Champions League today.
The Blues and the Italian giants will both qualify from this group, but this match gives the Blues a chance to compete for the top spot.
The Old Ladies won the reverse of this fixture in a very one-sided game and that Chelsea had the most possession.
Max Allegri’s men enters this match after a 2-0 win over Lazio in Rome and they know it would be another tough day for them.
But the very pragmatic tactician would be prepared to avoid defeat to the European champions again in this game.
Chelsea has also been in solid form in the league and have won every other Champions League game.
This match would be a major test of their credentials and they need to send a message to their rivals that they are serious about retaining their crown.
Romelu Lukaku is back from injury and could play a part in this game, but Juventus is likely to still rest Paulo Dybala who is touch-and-go in terms of his fitness level now.