2 – Have a word with Fikayo Tomori

While Tomori’s debut season as a Chelsea regular has been near plain-sailing so far, an error leading to a goal will come sooner rather than later if Lampard doesn’t chat to him about his awareness in defence. 

On a couple of occasions against Southampton at the weekend, Tomori got too confident for his own good and if it were not for the team-mates around him, things could have got ugly for the 21-year-old. 

But as well as the Southampton game, Tomori also nearly cost Chelsea against Lille in the Champions League when he fired a back pass at Kepa Arrizabalaga, who managed to deal with the situation despite the opposition striker bearing down on him.

His screamer of a strike against Wolves, though, is Tomori’s highlight this season, but he’s also shown his immense confidence at the back. It wouldn’t hurt him to, however, to let him know when is best to show that confidence.