Roberto Di Matteo said Chelsea would "respect the rules" and go-ahead with the pre-match handshake at QPR tomorrow. The Chelsea manager added that both John Terry and Ashley Cole will be available for the match.
They've recovered, had a couple of days training and we expect them to be available for tomorrow.
We're going to respect the rules and the protocol that is in place from the Premier League and set a positive standard to the millions of people watching across the world.
He added of the handshake: "We'll go ahead with it, yes."
The pre-match handshakes before QPR play Chelsea at Loftus Road tomorrow must take place, the Premier League have announced.
Chelsea and England defender John Terry has been cleared of racially abusing Anton Ferdinand.
England defender John Terry should not have been taken to court over racism allegations, his team mate Ashley Cole said today.