CHELSEA have no fresh injury worries ahead of tomorrow's Europa League clash against Steaua Bucharest.
The Blues go into last 16 second-leg tie looking to overturn last week's 1-0 defeat in Romania.
Oriol Romeu (knee) and Demba Ba (cup-tied) are unavailable, so Fernando Torres should start up front.
Boss Rafa Benitez looks set to rotate his side again after earning a FA Cup following Sunday's draw at Manchester United, which adds to their packed fixture list.
He said: “Some players like centre-backs and goalkeepers can play more games. Wingers, full-backs, strikers, it is more difficult because of the intensity of their runs.
“It depends on the players. If you have a player who is fit and recovers quickly it is easier than someone who is older and needs more time.
“You have to analyse everything and decide what to do. It is difficult.”
Benitez insists Chelsea aren't prioritising any competition as continue to fight on three fronts.
He added: “The next game is the priority.
“We are in the Europa League and will try to do our best. If you progress it is a good competition but you have to carry on until the end.
“The scouts told us to be careful, it's a good team and we knew it would be tough.
“We will see if we can do our game at Stamford Bridge, see if they can cope with the intensity, but we have a lot of respect because it's a very good team.”
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