Blues wait on injuries
Chelsea picked up a number of niggling injuries against QPR but Roberto Di Matteo says none are serious ahead of the Juventus game.
In a physical encounter both sides picked up knocks and Blues skipper John Terry, who went into the game having recovered from an ankle injury, then suffered a knee problem.
Typically, Terry battled on until the end but he will have to be assessed before Di Matteo can select his side for the Champions League clash against Juve.
The same can be said about a number of players but the Chelsea boss does not seem too concerned.
Di Matteo said: "It doesn't look like we have any major problems.
"It was a tough battle for everybody, there were plenty of knocks. We'll assess it tomorrow morning and then shift our attention to Wednesday."