Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has revealed that he has a fully fit squad to choose from ahead of tomorrow’s Champions League clash against Sevilla.
The west London side have accumulated 10 points after four group games in the competition and they are ahead of Sevilla on goal difference.
The Blues will make the trip to Andalusia for tomorrow’s clash against Sevilla and the winner would be assured the top spot on the head-to-head record.
A draw would also be enough for the Blues to maintain the first position and it remains to be seen whether they can pick up a positive result.
Ahead of the game, Lampard has delivered positive news by confirming that Gilmour could make his first appearance since his injury return.
« Billy is fit now. He’s in the squad tomorrow and it would be nice if he can get some minutes, in particular over these next two Champions League games, » He told.
Gilmour has been sidelined since July after a knee ligament surgery, but he has recovered fully, having stepped up his fitness in recent weeks.