Maurizio Sarri is expected to rotate his squad ahead of Thursday’s Europa League clash against Dynamo Kiev at Kiev’s Olympic Stadium in Ukraine.
Chelsea have a good lead heading into the game as the Blues won the first leg 3-0 at Stamford Bridge.
Sarri has named a strong 21-man squad for this game, and the Italian has hinted that he won’t be taking chances against a very difficult side.
Callum Hudson-Odoi has been impressive this season, and there have been calls for the youngster to be given a starting role in this game.
Sarri refused to reveal whether Hudson-Odoi will start the game or enter from the bench, but he revealed that Hudson-Odoi and Ethan Ampadu have to prove themselves if they get a chance to feature against Dynamo Kiev.
Sarri said: “I have a lot of players of course. I know very well for you Hudson-Odoi is the best, for me I want to see all of them at the same level. Hudson-Odoi is doing very well in the last period, he will be in the list of 18 for sure, maybe on the pitch, I don’t know at this moment.
“I want to send to my team the message the match is very important. I don’t want to make a mistake in this. In the last match Hudson-Odoi was the first change so you know very well he is in mind for every match.”
See the full squad that came on board to Kiev: