Chelsea Vs Lille will be going down later tonight as early starting lineup has been unveiled, MySportDab reports.
The Blues will be playing the first leg of their UEFA Champions League knockout stages match against the French side.
Thomas Tuchel will be hoping the team are able to claim a first leg win against their opponent knowing there is no more away goal rule.
Chelsea Vs Lille Starting lineup will be seeing some huge changes done as the manager will be looking to switch things up.
A win could see the Blues get half of the job done before heading to France where the second leg of the encounter will be played.
Edouard Mendy resumes his position as the number one goalkeeper after coming off Crystal Palace clash with a clean sheet.
The trio of Andreas Christensen, Thiago Silva and Antonio Rudiger reclaim their position just like they did during the last encounter which saw them doing a solid job at the back.
Malang Serr who started in the wing back won’t be taking part in this one as Cesar Azpilicueta and Marcos Alonso will be starting here at both wings against Lille.
Thomas Tuchel is going with a front three once again which sees Romelu Lukaku dropped to the bench after his performance against Crystal Palace which rarely saw him holding the ball that much.
The likes of Kai Havertz and Hakim Ziyech will be starting in both sides supporting Timo Werner who is at the middle playing as a number nine for the Blues.
This encounter won’t be an easy one for both teams as they stand equal chance of making something happen in the match knowing how well they did from the group stages.
Away goal rule has been scrapped meaning the team who score more gets to move into the next round of the UEFA Champions League.