The Blues have been handed a boost with the news that skipper John Terry will be fit to face Wolves in the FA Cup fifth round on Saturday.
A training ground blow forced Terry into the Turf Moor stands and require stitches
Terry’s only starts since suffering an ankle injury against Swansea in September have been against West Ham in the EFL Cup and in the FA Cup wins over Peterborough and Brentford in January.
However, Conte will want to give his regulars at the back some rest, particularly David Luiz, who has had a knee problem since December.
While Gary Cahill who has played in every game this season bar one, is expect to be absent from this clash.
Terry and Kurt Zouma are expected to replace the experienced duo at the back and play alongside Cesar Azpilicueta.