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Chelsea vs Luton LIVE: Result and reaction from of FA Cup fixture today

Callum Rice-Coates
·1-min read
Tammy Abraham fires Chelsea in front (Getty Images)
Tammy Abraham fires Chelsea in front (Getty Images)

Chelsea are taking on Luton Town in the FA Cup fourth round today at a snowy Stamford Bridge, as Frank Lampard desperately seeks a win to bring some momentum back to the team. The Blues have struggled in recent weeks with a run of form which has seen the slip down the Premier League table to be in the middle of the pack. Luton meanwhile have been going reasonably well in the Championship and are currently 13th, well clear of trouble, and Nathan Jones is enjoying his time as manager.

Lampard makes seven changes to his most recent league team with Kepa Arrizabalaga taking up station in goal, Kurt Zouma restored to defence, Billy Gilmour in midfield and Hakim Ziyech starting on the wing in what appears to be a 4-2-3-1 formation. The manager will be hoping for a big performance and came out with fighting talk this week: "I'm a fighter first and foremost, it's how I managed to make a career out of the game as a player," said Lampard. “So when I packed up I could have easily stayed in the media or left football completely, I didn't need to come back in.I got in with a desire to be successful, and I didn't have the blinkers on, I knew there would be tough times, there would be things you can't control like you did as a player.”

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