Willian and Caballero start: Chelsea 4-3-3 predicted line-up for Man City

Chelsea will be in action at Wembley stadium on Sunday as they hope to win their first piece of silverware of the season, despite the horrific domestic results in recent weeks.

The Blues have been beaten by rivals Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United over the past month and fans may be fearing the worst ahead of the League Cup final.

Chelsea were completely outclassed 6-0 at the Etihad stadium when they faced Man City a couple of weeks ago in the Premier League and Maurizio Sarri will be hoping his side has a much better performance in them.

After seeing off Malmo in the Europa League on Thursday night, the Blues have redeemed some much-needed confidence before a massive trip to Wembley.

What is quite interesting is that, having never won a professional trophy, Sarri will also be hoping to make history by winning on Sunday apart from the mere fact that the former Napoli boss’ job appears to be on the line.