Gallery: Chelsea train ahead of Champions League clash with Krasnodar

Chelsea have already qualified for the knockout stage of the competition as group winners but welcome the Russian side to Stamford Bridge tomorrow evening looking to continue our recent fine form, with confidence high following our 3-1 victory over Leeds at the weekend.

There were 2,000 Chelsea fans in attendance for that game and there will be the same number against Krasnodar, with Kepa Arrizabalaga and Billy Gilmour two of the players that Lampard has confirmed will start the match.

There was the noticeable absence of Hakim Ziyech and Callum Hudson-Odoi at training, with the wing pair both set to miss tomorrow night’s fixture with hamstring injuries.

A collection of images from today’s session are below for you to look at, if you can see past the fog that is!

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