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Willy Caballero started against Leicester in the 2-2 draw at the King Power last month and the 38-year-old retained his place for the visit of Manchester United to Stamford Bridge on Monday.
Chelsea boss Frank Lampard explained why he chose Caballero over £72 million Kepa Arrizabalaga for the game against Manchester United.
“It’s not an easy decision but I have to go on form as I do with every player in the squad,” Lampard said.
“I go on what I see on the training ground, what I see off the pitch and mainly performance of course as well. I’ve just gone with that. I went with Willy before but it doesn’t mean anything long-term.
“It just means we have to be competitive here, people have to show. I think Willy has been a fantastic professional he’s trained really well.
“He came in against Leicester and made a couple of really good saves in the game. We know the spotlight is on goalkeepers more than any other position and it’s just a decision and we look to move on.”