Chelsea are still fighting in three fronts for the remainder of the season campaign, the Blues boss Frank Lampard is still looking forward to finish in top four of the Premier League this season, dreaming of an FA Cup trophy and still in the Champions League with a second leg still to play against Bayern Munich.
The Blues prepares for FA cup semifinal against Man United on Sunday, but will still be without their versatile midfielder, N'Golo Kante, which is still out injured, and it's going to be a massive blow for the Blues facing United without him.
Man United have been victorious three times against the Blues this season, and for Frank Lampard's men to make it to the final of the FA Cup without Kante and the rest injured, the Blues will have to play the game of their life.
With United impressive form after season resumption, and on 18 games unbeaten run hot streak, no one would bet against United coming on top and making it to the final.
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