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Lampard in, Terry out of Blues side to face Danish champions

19:13 02 October 2012

Frank Lampard. Photo credit: Nigel French/EMPICS

Frank Lampard. Photo credit: Nigel French/EMPICS

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Team line-ups: FC Nordsjaelland v Chelsea

Frank Lampard returned to captain Chelsea as John Terry was rested for tonight’s Champions League clash against Nordsjaelland in Denmark.

Lampard made his first start since the Group E draw against Juventus, with Gary Cahill replacing Terry and Victor Moses coming in for Eden Hazard.

Danish champions Nordsjaelland’s only change for arguably the biggest match in their history saw fit-again forward Mikkel Beckmann recalled.

Nordsjaelland: Hansen, Parkhurst, Okore, Runje, Mtiliga, Adu, Stokholm, Lorentzen, Nordstrand, John, Beckmann.

Subs: Villadsen, Christiansen, Christensen, Gundelach, Laudrup, Ticinovic, Petry Andersen. Chelsea: Cech, Ivanovic, Luiz, Cahill, Cole, Ramires, Lampard, Moses, Oscar, Mata, Torres.

Subs: Turnbull, Romeu, Mikel, Hazard, Terry, Azpilicueta, Bertrand.

Referee: Marijo Strahonja (Croatia)

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