2. Tammy Abraham
The English striker struggled with an ankle injury recently but returned to the side in the last game-week after a brief rest. He is expected to lead Chelsea’s attack in the Champions League game.
And we are looking forward to his yet another sublime performance against Bayern Munich. In the 33 games played across all competitions, he has bagged 15 goals and 6 assists, a great tally for the 22-year-old star.
Abraham has been able to keep Oliver Giroud and Mich Batshuayi below him in the pecking order, and in his absence, Chelsea did struggle, especially against Manchester United.
Abraham has also been impressive in his debut season in the Champions League. So, Lampard might once again depute him as his target man in the knockout clash.