Chelsea take on Bayern Munich in the Champions League tomorrow night, giving Frank Lampard a difficult selection choice.
The Blues boss played a 3-4-2-1 system on Saturday afternoon in the 2-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur, while Olivier Giroud and Marcos Alonso scored in their returns to the starting XI.
Ross Barkley also played a decent game, with Mason Mount impressive next to Giroud, and it was an impressive afternoon for the Blues.
Of course, Bayern will offer a huge threat at Stamford Bridge, with Robert Lewandowski still one of the best strikers in European football.
Here is how football.london’s writers think that Chelsea should line up against the Bundesliga champions.
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Chelsea will be full of confidence after their win over Spurs at the weekend, and the three at the back really worked once again.
Of course, Lampard will be looking at the way that Bayern play, which might change the formation, but I’m not sure that should be switched.
Cesar Azpilicueta is at his best in the right of the three in defence, while Andreas Christensen is ready to partner Antonio Rudiger again.
There is no doubt that Mateo Kovacic will play next to Jorginho in the heart of the pitch.
Olivier Giroud was so impressive on Saturday as well that it would seem only right to keep him up top with Mason Mount and Ross Barkley.
(3-4-2-1) Caballero; Azpilicueta, Christensen, Rudiger; James, Kovacic, Jorginho, Alonso; Mount, Barkley; Giroud.
There will be an obvious temptation to stick to the XI that won so impressively against Tottenham on Saturday lunchtime but Lampard must also beware what happened when he stuck with a three-man defence away to Arsenal following that first win over Spurs.
Bayern’s high line also means pace will likely hold the key going forward and Willian offers more than Ross Barkley, who…