For the final league game of the season Frank Lampard makes two changes to his side, with Willy Caballero preferred to Kepa in goal.

The experienced keeper has featured in our two FA Cup games since the restart, with this his first league action since the draw at Bournemouth in late February.

Elsewhere, Christian Pulisic is deemed fit enough to start, but there is no place in the squad for N’Golo Kante. Willian is another who is not involved because of injury.

The 3-4-3 shape deployed in our two most recent fixtures looks set to continue, mirroring Wolves’ formation.

The visitors make three changes, two in attack with Neto and Diego Jota coming in. Adama Traore is on the bench.

Chelsea (3-4-3): Caballero; Azpilicueta (c), Zouma, Rudiger; James, Jorginho, Kovacic, Alonso; Mount, Giroud, Pulisic

Subs: Kepa, Tomori, Christensen, Emerson, Barkley, Loftus-Cheek, Pedro, Hudson-Odoi, Abraham

Wolves (3-4-2-1): Rui Patricio; Dendoncker, Coady (c), Boly; Doherty, Neves, Saiss, Jonny; Neto, Jota; Jimenez

Subs: Ruddy, Jordao, Vinagre, Kilman, Buur, Gibbs-White, Moutinho, Traore, Podence

Stats recap

Chelsea are aiming to win six consecutive home Premier League games for the first time since October-December 2017 when we achieved seven in a row when Antonio Conte was in charge.Frank Lampard’s side have yet to lose at home in the Premier League when we’ve taken the lead (10 wins, three draws).Twenty-six of Chelsea's 67 league goals this season have been scored by players aged 22 or younger, compared to three last season and none in 2017/18.In scoring his 15th league goal of the season against Liverpool, Tammy Abraham has become Chelsea’s youngest player to score that number in the Premier League era (22 years, 294 days). Diego Costa was the previous youngest (26 years, 95 days) followed by Eden Hazard (26 years, 108 days).

Abraham is the first homegrown to score 15 league goals in a season since Clive Walker, who managed 16 in 1981/82 in Division Two. In the top flight, the last was Tommy Langley (15) in 1978/79.The last homegrown before Tammy Abraham to score 17 goals in a top-flight season in all competitions was Peter Osgood who also scored 17 in 1972/73.Olivier Giroud has scored seven goals in his nine Premier League starts in 2020. Giroud has now become equal-third top French scorer in the Premier League with 85 goals (with Louis Saha) and behind Nicolas Anelka (125) and Thierry Henry (175).