Diego Costa and Pedro look set to feature in Chelsea's Champions League meeting with Paris Saint-Germain after both players joined in with a training session on 8 March. The Premier League outfit currently trail 2-1 on aggregate ahead of the last-16 second-leg tie at Stamford Bridge, with goals from Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Edinson Cavani coming either side of a John Obi Mikel equaliser in the French capital last month.
Despite Guus Hiddink previously hinting that he could rest Costa for one of his team's last two domestic outings, the controversial striker was due to start against Stoke City at the weekend before eventually being ruled out of the 1-1 draw with a minor tendon injury. Fellow Spanish international Pedro, meanwhile, has been sidelined since limping out of a victory at Southampton in late February with a hamstring problem.
Also back in contention for Chelsea, as per the latest update from the club's official website, is Kenedy. The versatile Brazilian winger, a summer signing from Fluminese who can also play at left-back, scored the fastest goal of the 2015-16 Premier League campaign to date just 39 seconds into the recent victory at Norwich before sustaining a groin issue. Such an injury forced him to miss out on selection for Stoke, although he will now hope to play some part against PSG.
Remaining doubtful for that eagerly anticipated clash is John Terry, who did not train with his teammates on Monday but instead is believed to have carried out individual fitness work elsewhere. The long-serving Blues captain has missed five matches in all competitions since a hamstring blow forced him to be replaced in the first half of the 5-1 thrashing of lowly Newcastle United.
With Radamel Falcao back in training but ineligible for selection in the Champions League as his place in the squad was revoked and handed to January arrival Alexandre Pato, Chelsea's only long-term absentee is Kurt Zouma. The powerful centre-back is likely to be sidelined for six months after travelling to Barcelona for surgery on anterior cruciate ligament damage suffered against Manchester United.