Chelsea play Benfica in tonight's Europa League Final in Amsterdam looking to end this year's disappointing season with a trophy.

The match presents interim manager Rafa Benitiez with his last chance of winning silverware at Chelsea before he leaves the Blues at the end of the season. He said the team needed to play without fear is they are to prevail.

"The main thing is that you have confidence and belief that you can do well, your team has to have the same feeling and after let's see what happens because it depends on the other team too."

Tonight's game is a far cry from last year, when Chelsea dramatically defeated Bayern Munich on penalties to win the Champions League for the first time. Midfielder and all-time Blues goalscorer Frank Lampard said that the club's experience of European finals would put them in good stead for the match.

"I think what you learn from finals, just not the Munich final and I have been lucky to play a few, is that they are particular games and it is small little things that happen during the games, focus, concentration, things like that dictate the game. So I think whether last year Bayern Munich or this year, tomorrow we have to have our upmost concentration during the game to try to get the right result because Benfica is a very good team as Bayern Munich were."

Chelsea forward Eden Hazard has been ruled out of the match, whilst John Terry and John Obi Mikel are also a doubt.

Written and presented by Alfred Joyner