With Mark Schwarzer gone and Thibaut Courtois potentially injured the teenage stopper might make the bench for the weekend.
Chelsea were thrashed by Tottenham 5-3 at the weekend, with Harry Kane giving them the run-around for 90 minutes.
Therefore a fixture against a Championship side could not come at a better time for Jose Mourinho's men.
But it has been tiresome schedule and there may be scope for a few young faces to get a game tomorrow. Chelsea have already played the likes of Dominic Solanke and Ruben Loftus-Cheek this season so potentially young stars could get a game again tomorrow.
Well some of them were certainly snapped in training. Lewis Baker and Nathan Ake, two player with genuine hopes of playing in the Chelsea first-team one day, were both involved in first-team training on Friday.
Young goalkeeper Mitchell Beeney was also spied in action. The son of former Leeds stopper Mark Beeney is likely to make the bench tomorrow. Mark Schwarzer has joined Leicester City, Jamal Blackman and Matej Delac are out on loan while Thibaut Courtois has an injured finger.
What a moment that will be for the 19-year-old.