Chelsea predicted XI vs Aston Villa: Gilmour decision, Abraham or Giroud and Mount role

The Premier League is edging closer to a return with the announcement on Thursday that the first matches after the suspension of football will be on June 17.
Chelsea have been back in training since last week and are not into Phase Two of their sessions, meaning that the players are back into contact tackling and as a group.
The Blues will be looking to get back to winning ways and following up the victory against Everton when football does return, and Frank Lampard will be hoping to have a clean bill of health with his players.
Before football was suspended, Chelsea were scheduled to take on Aston Villa, and if remains the same then a trip to Villa Park will be the first game for the Blues.
But what would be Lampard's best starting XI for the game against Dean Smith's side to get another three points?
Harbord's predicted XI: Kepa; James, Rudiger, Zouma, Azpilicueta; Kante, Gilmour, Kovacic; Pulisic, Abraham, Mount.
Lampard will be waiting on N'Golo Kante and whether or not the Frenchman feels comfortable to play during the Covid-19 crisis. While the World Cup winner has returned to solo training, he is apprehensive about full contact football.
If he does come back, then of course he goes into the starting XI, while Billy Gilmour deserves the chance to play in the Jorginho role, with the Italy international still suspended for one Premier League game.
At the back, Kurt Zouma should partner Antonio Rudiger, with Reece James coming back into the team and Cesar Azpilicueta moving over to the left.
The big question is up front, and Tammy Abraham should come back in, despite Olivier Giroud's impressive performances before the season was suspended.
Christian Pulisic should be given a go back in the first team, while Mason Mount might have to move over to the left wing, a position he has played on a couple of occasions this season.