Chelsea v PSG team news: Samuel Eto'o and Frank Lampard start for Jose Mourinho's Blues, with Fernando Torres on the bench
Eto'o last started for the club on 22 March in the 6-0 win over Arsenal
Samuel Eto'o, who has been out since Chelsea's 6-0 thrashing of Arsenal on 22 March with a hamstring injury, will start tonight for the Blues in their Champions League quarter-final second-leg tie against Paris Saint-German at Stamford Bridge as Jose Mourinho's side look to overturn a two-goal deficit after losing the first leg 3-1 last week.
Eto'o replaces the attacking midfielder Andre Schurrle in the starting XI, meaning that, unlike the first leg in Paris, Chelsea start with a recognised striker.
Frank Lampard comes in for the suspended Ramires.
Chelsea: Cech, Ivanovic, Terry, Cahill, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Lampard, Willian, Oscar, Hazard, Eto'o.
PSG: Sirigu, Jallet, Maxwell, Motta, Alex, Thiago Silva, Verratti, Matuidi, Cavani, Lucas Moura, Lavezzi
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