Chelsea manager, Frank Lampard is hoping his side can get their first home victory at this season’s Champions League as they hope to qualify to the next round.
With the English side seeking a win against Lille who are bottom of the log, Frank Lampard hope his boy’s can turn the hit around by getting their first win at home.
The London club have not won any game at Stamford Bridge this season at the elite competition despite being unbeaten in all away games.
Speaking ahead of the game, Lampard noted that it’s the most significant game of his Chelsea career and hopes to end it with a victory.
Lampard said: “I’m well aware of (Chelsea’s home form) and I think it (qualifying) would be a good achievement.”
“I know there’s expectations we should get through a group but it was a tough group. And the slightly young feel to our team. The fact we lost our first game, there’s a few difficulties we’ve had.
“You don’t want to lose games or predict losing games but the way we are… this was never going to be a plain sailing, or ‘Invincible’.
Teams and individuals need these tests, it comes with football so it’s a test for all of us.”
The former Derby manager will be having defender Antonio Rudiger back into the team after recovering from the injury which has seen him play just 45 minutes of football this season, but fellow centre back Fikayo Tomori and striker Olivier Giroud remain sideline.