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In pictures: Lampard and Terry ahead of Derby v Aston Villa play-off final

The former Chelsea and England team-mates will go head-to-head in the dugout at Wembley.

Former team-mates John Terry (left) and Frank Lampard have both moved into coaching (Andrew Matthews/PA)
Former team-mates John Terry (left) and Frank Lampard have both moved into coaching (Andrew Matthews/PA)

Former Chelsea team-mates Frank Lampard and John Terry are set to be in opposite dugouts when Derby tackle Aston Villa in the Sky Bet Championship play-off final at Wembley.

Here, Press Association Sport takes a look back at some memorable images from moments shared between the England duo, for both club and country.

The pair have remained close friends since finishing their playing careers (JM Enternational/PA)
Defender Terry (left) and midfielder Lampard would become the bedrock of the Chelsea team (Tom Hevezi/PA)
Lampard and Terry also formed a close bond during their time with England, part of the so-called ‘Golden Generation’ (Gareth Copley/PA)
Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho (second right) helped guide the west London club to a first top-flight domestic title in 50 years (Rebecca Naden/PA)
Lampard and Terry got their hands on plenty of silverware with Chelsea (Andrew Parsons/PA)
Terry and Lampard both also collected FA Cup winners’ medals (Martin Rickett/PA)
Success with England, though, continued to prove just out of reach – which ever manager was at the helm (Sean Dempsey/PA)
Under Avram Grant, the pair helped Chelsea to the Champions League final (Peter Byrne/PA)
The match in Moscow, though, ended in heartache as Terry’s costly slip saw him miss a penalty in the shoot-out against Manchester United (Martin Rickett/PA)
Chelsea’s domestic success continued (Daniel Hambury/PA)
Could things have been different for Lampard and England had the midfielder’s goal against Germany at the 2010 World Cup not been incorrectly ruled out? (Martin Rickett/PA)
Champions League glory did follow after Chelsea beat Bayern Munich on penalties in the 2012 final (Owen Humphreys/PA)
After Lampard eventually left Chelsea, initially to play in the MLS, the pair found themselves on opposite teams (Mike Egerton/PA)
Now rival coaches, who will have the last laugh at Wembley? (Andrew Matthews/PA)



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