N’Golo Kante, Willian, Mateo Kovacic – Latest Chelsea injury news ahead of FA Cup final

While many clubs are putting their feet up, Chelsea’s campaign is still ongoing with the FA Cup final on Saturday against Arsenal.

The Blues then have to take on Bayern Munich in the Champions League last 16 second leg, but getting through that round is going to be tough as they’re trailing 3-0.

After securing their top four spot at the weekend, winning a trophy would be a massive feather in the cap of Frank Lampard.

But what are the injury concerns for the Blues boss ahead of the game?

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N’Golo Kante

It’s been a frustrating campaign for the Frenchman, with injuries having really curtailed his game time over the course of the season.

Once again, the 29-year-old picked up a hamstring problem in the win over Watford on July 4, and he hasn’t featured since for the Blues.

However, before the Wolves match, Kante was back in training and that is an encouragement ahead of the FA Cup final.

The midfielder could be crucial in the game and Lampard is expected to be back in time for the match.

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There is still a massive discussion around the Brazilian’s future, with the 31-year-old’s time at the Blues still coming to an end.

However, Willian is still a massively important figure for Lampard, and he will be crucial for the FA Cup final.

Willian missed the Wolves match, but has posted videos on social media of his recovery, but it is expected to be touch and go for the game.

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Mateo Kovacic

The Croatian has been key for the Blues over the course of the campaign, but he has also struggled with some injuries as well over the course of the season.

Since the restart, the midfielder has been vital for the Blues and was impressive in the win over Wolves, but had an ice pack strapped to his leg after the game.

It’s not going to be a massive problem,…