Chelsea manager Frank Lampard was seen as a rookie appointment in the summer when the former club midfielder replaced Italian tactician Maurizio Sarri in the dugout at Stamford Bridge.
Frank Lampard has been able to prove himself to be more than just a rookie manager despite the fact that he has over a year of managerial experience.
After a slow start, Frank Lampard has been able to lead Chelsea into the top four on the Premier League table.
His success as the Chelsea manager is even more remarkable due to his inability to sign players as a result of the transfer ban on the club for the breach of rules governing the signing of underage players.
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World football’s governing body FIFA slammed the transfer ban on Chelsea for two windows and they have already served the first part of the ban.
Frank Lampard and Chelsea have won their last six games in all competitions including the last three Premier League matches.
The Chelsea boss is expected to stick to his lineup from the last league game (1-0 at home to Newcastle United) ahead of the Burnley game on Saturday evening.
Chelsea XI vs Burnley: Kepa Arrizabalaga; Cesar Azpilicueta, Fikayo Tomori, Kurt Zouma, Marcos Alonso; Jorginho, Mason Mount, Ross Barkley; Callum Hudson-Odoi, Tammy Abraham and Willian.