Both defenders took part in a light session at the Blues' Cobham base as they race to be fit for the showpiece clash with Bayern Munich on Saturday at the Allianz Arena
Chelsea were given a Champions League final boost as David Luiz and Gary Cahill took part in first-team training on Tuesday afternoon.
The central defensive pair have both been absent in recent weeks with hamstring injuries but manager Roberto Di Matteo was given a lift by both taking part in a warm-down session at Chelsea's Cobham training headquarters.
Both players were part of the first-team squad that did stretching and light ball work in driving rain at the club's Surrey base.
Di Matteo had earlier confirmed at a press conference that the defensive pair would take part in training as they aim to be fit in time for Saturday’s showdown in Munich.
He also conceded that Florent Malouda would be "touch and go" for this weekend’s final following a hamstring strain picked up in Sunday’s 2-1 win over Blackburn.
The Italian’s future at the Chelsea helm remains in doubt despite the club’s reversal in fortunes since replacing Andre Villas-Boas as interim boss.
Many believe that the former Blues player’s chances of landing the job permanently depend on whether or not he can secure a maiden Champions League title for the club on Saturday, but the 41-year-old refused to discuss his position ahead of the clash at the Allianz Arena.
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When asked about his future at Tuesday’s press conference, he told reporters: "It is the wrong time.
"I am very happy with the position I'm in & I look forward to preparing this team for final. I don't think about myself.
"I have a big drive and motivation to do something extraordinary for this club. What happens after, there will be a reason."