And that could present an opportunity to Scottish youngster Billy Gilmour.
The Stamford Bridge boss led his side to an impressive 4-2 win over Burnley at the weekend – making it seven wins on the bounce.Embed from Getty Images
It was a 7-1 Carabao Cup victory over Grimsby that started this winning run.
And that was a game that saw Gilmour play from the start, impressing with his quality on and off the ball.
A number of younger and fringe players got an opportunity that night – and Lampard has hinted that more changes could be made for the visit of Manchester United in the fourth round of the competition:
So could Gilmour be set to make another appearance from the start against United?
He’s made two competitive appearances under Lampard this season and has been an unused substitute regularly too.