The FA Cup will not be the priority for Chelsea, but they do have a good chance to win a trophy if they can go all the way.
Their next step is to take on Hull City tomorrow night at the KCOM Stadium in the fourth round.
However, with the Arsenal game on Tuesday and another big one against Leicester City next week, the Blues will need to rest some players up.
It could give the chance for some youngsters, with Billy Gilmour one who will surely come into the matchday squad.
However, it’s key for Frank Lampard to have a bit of experience in is midfield, so Mateo Kovacic should keep is place and have Mason Mount and Ross Barkley next to him.
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Reece James is still a doubt for the game, which means that Frank Lampard might look to rest him with Leciester City next weekend.
However, Marcos Alonso will likely get the chance to start at left-back, having been injured and left out of the side in recent weeks.
Lampard confirmed that Willy Caballero will start in goal, saying: “Willy will start tomorrow. I am very happy for Willy to be at the club and I have found him as nothing but professional and he is very talented in training day-in day-out and when he gets his opportunity to play.
Pedro should be coming back into the starting XI as well, with Michy Batshuayi filling the gap left by Tammy Abraham.
Predicted Chelsea team: (4-3-3) Caballero; Azpilicueta, Tomori, Zouma, Alonso; Barkley, Kovacic, Mount; Pedro, Batshuayi, Hudson-Odoi.