Chelsea are preparing to face Everton on Sunday in the Premier League and go into the fixture with a depleted squad.
There are several injury problems that are likely to make Frank Lampard’s team selection a little easier, but all eyes will be on who he picks in goal.
Willy Caballero, 38, has temporarily taken charge of the number one role and started six games in a row across all competitions since replacing teammate Kepa Arrizabalaga after Arsenal.
Kepa returned to the XI in midweek to put in a brilliant display in the FA Cup fifth round with over Liverpool, which included a superb triple save at one stage in the 2-0 result.
There is an argument to suggest the 25-year-old should now be recalled to the league side as a result and that’s exactly what Lampard should decide to do.
Caballero has conceded 12 goals in his six games since coming into the side and has hardly done anything spectacular to prove he should be a regular.
Meanwhile, Kepa was given a big wake-up call with his axe from the team and that was deserved at the time due to the worst form he’s shown since he move to Stamford Bridge.
But the Spain international looked determined with his contribution against Liverpool and he should now be hungry to regain his spot, as well as prove why he’s the world’s most expensive goalkeeper at £71million (BBC).