Andrea Pirlo returns to the Juve starting XI after sitting out Saturday's draw with Lazio due to suspension.
Vucinic is back and available, and he is set to partner Quagliarella up front after the Italian recently scored a hat-trick against Pescara as well as netting at Stamford Bridge in these sides' last meeting.
Roberto Di Matteo will recall the big names he dropped for the loss at West Brom at the weekend in the hope that their return can provide a boost to the team.
Terry and Lampard remain out, while Ashley Cole should return from injury.
Oscar and Mata will come in for Moses and Sturridge.
Juventus were frustrated in being held to a goalless draw at home to Lazio at the weekend, and for the first time in a while their form looks somewhat mixed, having lost to Inter recently but then scored 10 goals in 2 wins before the Lazio stalemate.
Chelsea lost at West Brom at the weekend, and now their Champions League win over Shakhtar a fortnight ago is their only win in normal time in their last 7 matches. After a rampant start to the season, Chelsea look like they may be beginning to stutter.
Group D is in the balance with only two games left for each side, and Juventus have to avoid defeat or risk being eliminated. There is much less pressure on this game for Chelsea, who can still qualify by beating Nordsjaelland at home whatever the result here, and Juventus' need for the win could drive them on to victory.
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