Chelsea travel to West Ham hoping to maintain their league form and position as they chase for Champions League football next season.
A game of this stature will be one both sets of fans will be relishing so it will feel odd to watch the match played behind-closed-doors and Lampard acknowledges that.
He said: “It will be different, in the sense that we’ve all seen how different it looks without fans.
“It can obviously go both ways at times, fans that support their team strongly can give them the edge.
“In tense, tough moments, it can be a different feel.
“So it takes those factors out of it really and potentially makes it more about 11 players on the pitch against the other 11 and the individual players within that.
“So I’m not sure whether it will be a positive or negative effect, it’s up to us to focus on what we do on the pitch, I suppose.”
Chelsea sit in 4th-place and will be looking to keep that league position as they chase Champions League for next season.
West Ham are 17th and tied on points with Bournemouth and Aston Villa below them. They are only have a slightly better goal difference.
When & where?
The match will take place at the London Stadium on Wednesday (July 1).
The game will kick-off at 8:15pm.
Is it on TV?
Yes. You can watch the coverage live on Sky Sports Maint Event and Sky Sports Premier League from 8pm.
Jermaine Jenas and Sam Quek have had their say on the match with footie5.
Jermaine said: “West Ham need a performance but Frank seems to be getting the best from his team at the hardest time!”
Sam said: “Chelsea look really impressive and there is an aura that they could be really strong next year.
“The Champions League will be a must. Away win.”
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Robert Snodgrass (back) and Sebastien Haller (hip) are unlikely to feature while Arthur Masuaku (ankle) will be assessed.
Callum Hudson-Odoi (ankle) couldbe back while Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Pedro give Frank Lampard more choices in his selection.