Alvaro Morata could be struggling for Chelsea’s trip to the Amex.

The Spanish centre-forward went off just before half-time with a knee injury in tonight’s 2-2 draw at MOL Vidi in Budapest.

But his replacement Olivier Giroud offered boss Maurizio Sarri a reminder of what he can do with a brilliant free-kick to secure the draw.

Chelsea, already sure of top spot in their group, made ten changes to the side which beat Manchester City on Saturday.

Willian, the only survivor, gave them the lead but Ethan Ampudu (own goal) and Loic Nego pout Vidi ahead.

Eden Hazard led the attack for Chelsea against City and Sarri could opt to repeat that against the Seagulls.

The Belgian star was one of several top players spared the trip to Hungary, along with Ngolo Kante and Cesar Azpilicueta.