Frank Lampard could feature at some stage against Chelsea tomorrow at Stamford Bridge and the focus will be all about him. Despite the fact that there is a game to be won, the media and press will focus on the fact that arguably Chelsea's greatest ever player, could return and severely dent our title push.
According to various reports, Andre Schurrle has made the decision to leave Chelsea to pursue first team football back in the Bundesliga but there is a stumbling block; Chelsea are asking for too much money.
With reports that Wolfsburg are 100% interested, it's also believed that Dortmund are monitoring his situation and because of this, Schurrle has asked Chelsea to lower their demands in order for a deal to be agreed before the deadline closes next Monday.
Chelsea beat Liverpool at Stamford Bridge last night in a game that had everything and it took a Branislav Ivanovic header in extra time to win it.
Let's be honest, both ties were cracking games and a real testament to both sets of players. With the game evenly matched after Anfield, both sides came into the game with the intention to win and in the first half it was the visitors who created the better chances to score with Courtois called into action twice to deny Moreno then Coutinho.
At times Football can give you the biggest highs and some of the lowest lows but the beauty of it is that you have little time to contemplate. At this stage of the season, no sooner have you finished one game, it's time to focus on the next and Liverpool is now massive for all of us!
No one would have or could have expected what happened at Stamford Bridge; following on from a disappointing and poor performance at Anfield a few days previously.
In the past few days, you have all read reports of Chelsea's "interest" in Fiorentina's Juan Cuadrado and the reported first bid by Chelsea of £20m being rejected.
Now, speaking to the Italian clubs Website, President Andrea Della Valle has revealed the fee to be paid to release the Colombian from his contract despite hoping that he would remain in Italy beyond this current transfer window.
The eyes of the country are on Stamford Bridge tomorrow night as Chelsea take on Liverpool in the League Cup Semi Final second leg with the game being all to play for at 1-1 after the first leg.
After the "disgrace" that was the weekend, plenty of opinion from all quarters would have you believe that Chelsea are in turmoil and there for the taking as Brendan Rodgers brings his side to the Bridge after an impressive performance at Anfield a week ago.
Like many of you, I was shocked to hear and then see that Andre Schurrle was NOT involved in the Chelsea squad for the FA Cup defeat at home to Bradford; especially after the manager had made a point of stating that he would be playing.
Of course this led to instant speculation on social media and the story has run in the pages of numerous articles over the last few days.
On Sunday evening at an award ceremony in London, Didier Drogba was honoured by the Football Writers Association for his outstanding contribution to Football.
Speaking at the awards night, Jose Mourinho, Petr Cech and Thierry Henry all spoke of the man who has literally won it all with Chelsea and played such a huge part in the most successful era in our history to date.
On Sunday night in London, Didier Drogba was honoured by the Football Writers Association for his outstanding contribution to Football in our country. On that same night, Jose Mourinho penned a personal tribute to the man he calls his favourite ever.
"Throughout my career, I have always refused to say which is my favourite player or the best person, because so many have given soul and blood to play and to fight with me, but if I have to choose one who represents all the good things you want in a player and a man, I think in this moment I would choose Didier.
No one expected what happened yesterday having been two goals to the good against Bradford. The Premier League leaders against the side sixth in League One but FULL credit to the visitors for having a real go and reaping the rewards.
I agree 100% with the manager after the game. The result is a "disgrace" bearing in mind the difference in stature and class between the two sides and that's no matter who stepped out and played yesterday.