Cahill injury wait
Gary Cahill is praying that his hamstring injury is not serious and hopes to be able to play in the Champions League Final.
Cahill limped off with the problem as Chelsea were drawing 0-0 with Barcelona in the Nou Camp and could hardly watch at the Blues booked their place in the final courtesy of a tense and nervy 2-2 draw.
Chelsea had to battle through with 10 men after John Terry was sent off and with the skipper also set to miss out against Bayern Munich, it is crucial Cahill is fit.
Roberto Di Matteo will also have to do without the suspended Branislav Ivanovic and several other players through suspension, so they are praying the scan results are positive.
"I'm hoping it's not as bad as we first thought," he told Sky Sports News. "I just felt a pop in my hamstring. But it's high up, which they tell me is probably better than it being right in the middle.
"I just pray the scan's all right."
Four months ago Cahill was involved in a relegation battle with Bolton but will now be involved in a Champions League Final if he can shake off the injury.