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Fernando Torres is available for Chelsea.

The striker will be hoping to start amid his three-match domestic ban, with manager Andre Villas-Boas likely to make several changes for the Group E showdown.

Ramires is out with a knee injury but David Luiz could return after being rested for Saturday's Premier League win over Everton.

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