2. Oliver Giroud
The French striker has hardly been given any chances by Frank Lampard but in the recent games, he has been at the forefront in the absence of Tammy Abraham.
In the few games he has played this season, Giroud has been massively efficient. His performance against local rivals Tottenham Hotspur was well appreciated by the fans.
His aerial ability will definitely challenge the defensive setup of Liverpool, and if he has a good day on the field, he may even find one-two goals in the process.
But at the same time, Giroud is inconsistent too but Chelsea has no other option, as Abraham is injured and Mich Batshuayi has been miserably poor in all the games he has played this season.