Blues sweat on injured duo
Chelsea are sweating over the fitness of Daniel Sturridge and Oscar, who picked up injuries during the 2-2 draw with Juventus.
Oscar made a glittering start to his Chelsea career when firing home both goals but picked up an ankle injury later in the game when Juve's Leonardo Bonucci appeared to stand on him.
There have been suggestions UEFA could look at replays of the incident and punish the Italian, but Roberto Di Matteo is more concerned about the welfare of his player and is hoping it is nothing serious.
"The referee tonight did do nothing about many challenges. The game has finished now for us," Di Matteo revealed. "If UEFA has a look then good. But we have to move on from it.
"We will have to assess him tomorrow morning but he got a knock on his ankle."
Meanwhile Di Matteo is also waiting to find out the full extent of Sturridge's hamstring problem, but does not think it is a serious one.
"He won't be out for long," Di Matteo revealed. "We'll assess him again tomorrow."