Premier League champions Chelsea welcome the visit of Liverpool to Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon as they look to end the season on a high.
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Some of squad were given an extended break during the week, so it will be interesting to see what side Jose Mourinho puts out against a Reds outfit that are still aiming to finish in the top-four.
With that being said, take a look at how we think the Blues will line-up:
GK) Petr Cech
As the title is already in the bag, Mourinho could slightly rotate his side and that could offer the Czech international the chance to make only his seventh Premier League appearance of the season.
RB) Branislav Ivanovic
In the PFA Team of the Year and deservedly so after such an impressive season for the Blues, he has fond memories of playing against Liverpool after scoring the winner in the Capital One Cup semi-final second leg when the two side’s met in January.
CB) John Terry
The Chelsea captain has been a rock at the heart of the Blues defence this season and is always one the first names on the team-sheet. His leadership will be important to ensure the rest of the side don’t lose focus.
CB) Gary Cahill
Alongside Terry, the England defender looks a much better player and the two will be looking to keep a fifth clean sheet in the last six games that they have started together.
LB) Cesar Azpilicueta
The Spanish full-back has been such a consistent performer throughout the campaign and was unfortunate not to be named in the PFA Team of the Year. He has fended off competition from summer signing Felipe Luis and will get the nod yet again.