Blackburn boss Steve Kean is sweating on the fitness of Paul Robinson and David Dunn ahead of a final day showdown with Chelsea.
Rovers have already been relegated out of the Premier League and will be playing for pride when they travel to Stamford Bridge.
They will want to bow out on a high, but may be forced to line up against the UEFA Champions League finalists without the services of key men.
Goalkeeper Robinson, midfielder Dunn and defender Bradley Orr are all nursing ankle problems and all three could be missing against the Blues.
"We have got a few injury problems," said Kean.
"We have got to get a team out there that is fit and ready to play.
"We have lost Bradley Orr, who has had an Achilles operation, and David Dunn is doubtful. Paul Robinson is touch and go."
Kean is, however, hopeful that Gael Givet will be fit to feature.
There were rumours that the French defender, who has a known heart condition, suffered another scare during the half-time interval of Rovers' 1-0 defeat to Wigan on Monday, but Kean later reported the problem as hamstring and groin injuries.
He said: "Gael had to come off but he has been to see a specialist and has got the all-clear, which is excellent."