The young Chelsea side are back in FA Youth Cup tonight when they take on Millwall in the quarter-final of the FA Youth Cup.
The U18s have cruised their way to the latter stages of the competition and have shown that there is a great amount of depth in that academy.
Tonight’s match at Stamford Bridge will be a test for the youngsters, however they are expected to show their ability and Frank Lampard will be a keen follower of the game.
football.london understands that the Blues boss continues to keep an eye on the academy for next season and to see if he can use any of the players as part of his future first team squad.
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Chelsea failed to sign a new striker in January, and with Tammy Abraham currently suffering from an ankle issue, it means Lampard is having to rely on Olivier Giroud and Michy Batshauyi.
However, in the youth team, Armando Broja is having an excellent season with the U18s and the Development squad.
Broja is a tall centre forward, but he also has some decent pace and is willing to run down the flanks and spread the play.
He will be looking to show the clinical finishing that he has shown all season.
There has already a lot been said about Tino Anjorin, with the youngster having had his first team appearance in the Carabao Cup against Grimsby Town.
The 18-year-old is a stand-out at FA Youth Cup level, as shown in the 7-0 win over Wolverhampton Wanderers when he bossed the match in the number ten role.
He has great ability on the ball, and a natural pace and power that really helps him get past players from midfielder and drive towards the defence.
Anjorin is already on Lampard’s radar and will be looking to make another impact tonight.
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