Chelsea made hard work of their second leg Europa League tie against Slavia Prague, but a 4-3 victory ensured Maurizio Sarri reached the first European semi-final of his managerial career. Despite moving one step closer to securing Champions League qualification through winning a first Europa League trophy since 2013, attention must now be reverted back to Chelsea’s Premier League campaign as they take on Burnley on Monday night.

Key individuals were rested against Slavia Prague, and both Jorginho and Callum Hudson-Odoi should expect to return to the side, but with injuries and poor form taking there, toll Chelsea will perhaps not be at full strength.

Last time out Chelsea were comfortable winners against a Burnley side threatened by relegation and suffering from their own European hangover – having participated in the early rounds of Europa League qualification. Since the turn of the new year, however, Sean Dyche’s men have enjoyed a vast upturn in fortunes, picking up 25 points and in the process steering clear of the relegation zone that had haunted them for large portions of the season.

The task at hand will, therefore, be far less straightforward, especially considering Chelsea’s own reversal in fortunes since the pair last met.

Here is how we predict Chelsea to line up…