This week is the last game for the group stage in the UEFA Champions League competition, Chelsea who has already qualified to the next round in group E after the last game against Sevilla beating them 4-0 in spain. Chelsea will be hosting the Russian side Krasnodar at the Stamford Bridge Stadium, London in the game six of the group stage. Chelsea is currently the leader of group E with 13 points, winning 4 matches and 1 draw, while Sevilla is sitting behind Chelsea at the second position with 10 points, 3 wins, 1 draw and 1 defeat.
Chelsea and Sevilla has automatically qualify even though they dont win this last game because Krasnodar is currently on third position with four points while Rennes is at the bottom table with one points which means they have no where to go and they will be playing against Sevilla. Chelsea has previously defeated Krasnodar 4-0 when they travel to Russia and with the current Chelsea performance I dont see Krasnodar being a treat for Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea will be without Hakim Ziyech due to injury he picked up in the last match in the English Premier League game against Leeds United but other players are available for the encounter. Chelsea will be playing more of attacking game, though Lampard might rest some key player because Chelsea has qualified against the weekend match at Everton. Krasnodar are also a good team but they are no match to the current Chelsea team. However, many goals might not be in this game as there might be no attacking force that will make the visitors commit but I see Chelsea claiming all three points.