Chelsea will be without key man Nemanja Matic for the Capital One Cup final against Tottenham.
Ramires will therefore play in central midfield alongside Cesc Fabregas, with Jon Obi Mikel still carrying an injury and therefore a doubt.
The biggest question marks surround which goalkeeper Jose Mourinho will choose, and whether Kurt Zouma or Gary Cahill - who had a torrid time at White Hart Lane on New Year's Day - will be selected to partner John Terry.
Tottenham have no injury concerns, but did play a Europa League tie on Thursday so fatigue could be an issue.
Christian Eriksen played 90 minutes but key man Harry Kane was amongst those rested.
Mousa Dembele could play in the number 10 role with Eriksen back out wide.
Michel Vorm has played every game in the League Cup so far, but number 1 Hugo Lloris should play here.
The first piece of major silverware of the season is up for grabs as Chelsea face Tottenham in the Capital One Cup Final at Wembley on Sunday.
Tottenham put 5 past the Blues in their clash on New Year's Day, becoming only the second team ever (after Pep Guardiola's Barcelona) to do so against a Jose Mourinho side. However, Chelsea beat Spurs 3-0 in December, and are the stronger team on paper, even if they are without key man Nemanja Matic.
Tottenham have won none of their last 4 matches and need their star players to find form again, and soon, if they are to win this one. Chelsea, meanwhile, have won only 2 of their last 5 games, and have barely been convincing in that time.
It is a final, though, and form will go out the window in this showdown. There is not a lot between the teams, but Chelsea are rightly favourites and should go on to lift the trophy.
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