Chelsea will complete their post-season tour with a friendly match against Sydney FC at the ANZ Stadium on Tuesday.
The Blues have been in celebratory mood since sealing the English Premier League title, and they will look to the give their fans one final match to savour with this friendly down under.
Chelsea have already played one postseason friendly – against a Thailand All-Stars in Bangkok – which ended 1-0 to the Premier League champions. Youngster Dominic Solanke was the lone goalscorer in that match, and while there will be plenty of the superstars in the Chelsea squad on display in front of around 80,000 fans, some of their talented youngsters will also been keen to show their worth.
"It's been an amazing trip [so far]," Chelsea youngster Charlie Colkett told the club's official website. "What an experience it's been
"Training was lively, the match was great and just being around the first team, which hopefully I'll be able to do in the future a lot more, was great. It's been incredible.
"Sydney is going to be amazing, there are meant to be 80,000 fans so I really look forward to that, and I've never been to the city, so it's really exciting."
While there will be a festive flavour to the game, John Obi Mikel warned Sydney FC they can expect a tough match, with Chelsea keen to show just why they were far and away the best team in England this season.
"We're here to play well, and show why we're the champions," Mikel said. "We're used to big crowds and good atmospheres, so we're looking forward to that and it was nice to see so many fans come to watch us training as well.
"So far it's been a good trip, I'm feeling a little jet lag since we arrived in Sydney, so I've been resting and sleeping a lot, but it will be a great game, Sydney will want to do well against us."
Sydney FC have already had a Premier League big gun in Tottenham visit them, with Harry Kane scoring the only goal of the game in a 1-0 win on Saturday.
Chelsea is just that little bit more high-profile and Sydney will do well to keep the champions from scoring goals for fun.
Where to Watch Live
Sydney FC vs Chelsea is scheduled for an 8 pm local time (3.30 pm IST, 11 am BST) start with live coverage around the world on Chelsea TV and Chelsea TV Online.
Viewers in North Africa and the Middle East can catch the action on Bein Sports, while the live streaming option is on Bein Sports Connect. Audience in Africa can watch Chelsea play Sydney FC on SuperSport or via a live stream on SuperSport Online.