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Tammy Abraham got injured late in the 2-2 draw against Arsenal and needed help to leave the stadium as he couldn’t walk properly after hurting his ankle.
Abraham has been the main man for Chelsea this season with 13 league goals and 15 in all competitions. Meanwhile, Chelsea’s second choice striker Michy Batshuayi who has struggled for game time this season scored Chelsea’s opener in the 2-1 win over Hull City, and Lampard was pleased with his performance in that game.
There were reports that Lampard might play the injured Abraham against Leicester City this weekend, with reports claiming that he might take pain killers.
However, Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has now confirmed that the 22-year-old is better, but he refused to say whether he’d start against the Foxes or not.
The Chelsea manager said: “Tammy trained today and felt okay. We need to see if there’s a reaction because it’s a pain injury, there’s a lot of pain and even in training he has pain.
“I’m going to look at that one overnight and test him in the morning but he did get out there today, which is a positive in the longer-term.”