Chelsea legend takes on his former club in the Champions League.
Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba has been getting reacquainted with Stamford Bridge as he prepares for Galatasaray's Champions League visit.
The two sides go into the game evenly poised, with the score at 1-1 from the first leg, Chelsea holding the crucial away goal advantage.
Drogba took part in a light training session on the pitch with Galatasaray teammates on Monday, after jetting in from Turkey, where they like Chelsea endured a poor result at the weekend, a 0-0 draw with Karabukspor.
The Ivorian, now 36, has fond memories of his time at the club, where he signed in 2005 and stayed an until 2012, signing off in style by scoring the winning penalty in the Champions League win over Bayern Munich.
Quizzed as to whether he would celebrate if he scored the winner, Drogba refused to be drawn, knowing for such a emotive player on the pitch, it's impossible to know how he will react.
He added: "It's very difficult to play against Chelsea but it's not going to be difficult for me because now I belong to Galatasaray. I need to be professional. Of course there will be emotions."
"But I've nothing to prove to this club. Everything I have to prove I did already with Chelsea.
"I come here with another team and I just want to win the game and qualify. There's nothing personal against Chelsea. There will never be.
"With all the respect I have for this club, for the fans and the players, I might not celebrate. But if we win I will be happy."