Jonny Evans will face a late fitness test after missing the last two matches due to injury, with James Justin, Wes Morgan, Harvey Barnes and Cengiz Under all ruled out.
Chelsea vs Leicester Preview
With a Champions League final still to come later this month and two matches away from securing a place in the Premier League’s top-four, Thomas Tuchel has done a remarkable job in transforming the fortunes of a team that was struggling for consistency under Frank Lampard.
The former Paris Saint-Germain boss has suffered just three defeats in 26 matches in all competitions, a run built on an impressive return of 18 clean sheets.
Having recorded big wins over the likes of Tottenham, Liverpool, Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid and Manchester City already, he will be confident the team will rise to occasion against a Foxes team that is inexperienced in showpiece finals.
Indeed, Leicester have looked short of their best in recent weeks, taking just four points from Newcastle and 10-man Southampton before only narrowly beating a significantly understrength Manchester United in midweek.
Chelsea vs Leicester Tips and Predictions
Considering their superior form, squad and record in recent big matches, Chelsea look well worth those 10/11 (1.91) odds to come out on top at Wembley.
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