ROBERTO Di Matteo used his final press conferenece on the eve of tomorrow's Champions League final to insist he is going to wait until the day of the game to confirm his line-up.
The Chelsea boss is hopeful both Gary Cahill and David Luiz will be fit after recovering from hamstring strains, while the Italian looks set to also gamble on the fitness of Florent Malouda.
The Frenchman came off early in the final league game against Blackburn because of a tightening in his hamstring - becoming the third Blues player with that injury.
It added to manager's headache over his selection, with John Terry, Ramires, Branislav Ivanaovic and Raul Meireles all suspended, of course.
Di Matteo says he will make a decision after assesing the players during tonnight the player's workout at the Allianz Arena, which followed this evening's press briefing.
"Cahill and Luiz trained all week, so we are very hopeful, and Malouda will join the group today," Di Matteo said.
"But I will wait for the final session tonight in the Allianz Arena to assess all my players and tonight I will make the final decisions about the team selection."