Kante missed Chelsea’s 2-Zero victory over Brighton with a hamstring harm and Frank Lampard admitted the 28-year-old midfielder was a doubt for Wednesday’s journey to the Stade Pierre Mauroy.
Fellow Frenchmen Giroud and Zouma have been additionally absent at Stamford Bridge after coming down with diseases over the weekend.
However, all three have been noticed again in training at Cobham on Tuesday and must be accessible for the Group H encounter.
Emerson Palmieri (thigh), Antonio Rudiger (groin) and Ruben Loftus-Cheek (Achilles) stay sidelined for the Blues.
Lampard’s males might be determined for victory over Lille after shedding their opening Champions League group stage match at dwelling to Valencia.
Speaking after Chelsea’s win over Brighton, Lampard was hopeful that Kante would return from his hamstring downside to face Lille.
‘N’Golo, hopefully he’s okay,’ he informed Chelsea TV.
‘He had a small consciousness in his hamstring and it was necessary not to danger that with him at the moment.
‘I’m happy we didn’t danger him, particularly now we’ve received comfortably and he has a bit of a relaxation. ‘He could be touch and go, hopefully, for Lille. Emerson [Palmieri], no. [Antonio] Rudiger, no.’
On Zouma’s health, Lampard added: ‘Kurt was ill this morning so I’d like to suppose he might be alright.
‘It was a short-term thing, hopefully a bug.’