However, the club are considering an official complaint to UEFA after training on the pitch at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev on Wednesday night.
While there is no certainty of Callum Hudson-Odoi being offered a start, Maurizio Sarri hinted at the winger's involvement, stating that he hopes the players, including the youngsters like Hudson-Odoi, are able to gauge the importance of the fixture, if they start or come on to the pitch at any given time.More news: Is this outfit inappropriate for flying?
"[It's] a disaster", said Sarri, who would normally have overseen training back at Cobham on the day before an away tie in Europe.
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'There isn't another solution, but I can not understand why Uefa are so, so [concerned] about having to present the player list at a certain minute, but then we have to play on such a bad pitch. I don't know the reason: probably the winter. We have to play on this pitch. It's very, very unsafe'. "Of course it will be hard to play, to play our football, but we have to forget this and do our best". We know that we have to take care of ourselves. "Sometimes that's not possible".More news: Rahul Gandhi assures 33% quota for women in govt jobs
Sarri, who was in charge of Napoli when the Italian side beat Dynamo 2-1 at the stadium during the 2016-17 Champions League group stages, also criticised UEFA for not paying more attention to player welfare. "Sometimes it happens, you get injuries", he said. I didn't speak with Eden about Zidane so I don't know. It's really unsafe to play any football here in this moment, and I think it's really very risky for injuries. Eden is one of the best in the world. Chelsea have invested heavily in the academy and I'm sure they are going to want to see the fruits of that.