Chelsea will be looking to get back on track against top-six contenders Leicester after their difficult start to the season. Lampard will be desperate to get his first win on the board.
They were beaten by Manchester United 4-0 in their Premier League season opener on Sunday then followed up by Liverpool in the UEFA Super Cup, but they were beaten on penalties.
Leicester started their season with a draw against fellow top-six contenders Wolves at the King Power, despite Leicester dominating proceedings.
Chelsea vs Leicester
Chelsea Frank Lampard start is definitely not what he hoped for after the optimism he got during pre-season, with the Blues looking impressive throughout.
Chelsea were beaten by the Red Devils, with Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s side putting four goals past them.
Marcus Rashford scored two goals, while Anthony Martial and Daniel James also got on the scoresheet.
Chelsea faced Liverpool in the UEFA Super Cup, and were looking to put the Man United loss behind them.
The Blues played some brilliant football and went toe-to-toe with the Champions League winners to eventually fall short on penalties.
When Tammy Abraham’s penalty was saved by stand-in goalkeeper Adrian.
There was much optimism in the summer surrounding Leicester City. Since Brendan Rodgers joined the club midway through last season.
The Foxes only lost three of their last 11 games in the previous Premier League season, winning only six of those.
Leicester made a splash in the transfer market by bringing in Ayoze Perez from Newcastle, secured Youri Tielemans on a permanent deal, signed Dennis Praet to add extra creativity and brought in James Justin for competition at right-back.
As expected by almost everyone, Chelsea will go into this clash as the favourite.
The Blues may not have started well this season and are priced at 7/10 to win the game against Leicester.
Meanwhile, the Foxes at odds of 15/4.
A draw, which could be an attractive option is priced at 29/10.
Chelsea also dominate the goalscorer market.
Despite his costly penalty miss against Liverpool, Tammy Abraham is the favourite to score first this afternoon.
Olivier Giroud with odds of 9/2.
Jamie Vardy at 11/2, while we think James Maddison at 11/1.