The match will also be a chance for the Indians to stretch their unbeaten run to a record 18 matches.
The southern metropolis has been ravaged by Cyclone Vardah that left in its wake, large-scale destruction. The catastrophe did not spare the iconic Cheapauk either, but the square and the outfield have not been damaged.
In their quest to get the venue ready in time, the ground staff were yesterday seen using burning coal to dry the pitch to be used for the match, which was rendered inconsequential after India wrapped up the series with a convincing win in Mumbai.
Training was cancelled yesterday owing to a wet ground, despite the stadium boasting of one of the best drainage systems in the country.
India are leading the five-match series 3-0 and should they taste success in the final Test, it will be their biggest against England, the previous being the 3-0 whitewash in 1992-93 under Mohammed Azharuddin's captaincy.
It will be a sweet revenge for the twin defeats, including a 4-0 drubbing in 2011, which India suffered at the hands of England in the last two series between the two nations.
Having clinched the rubber, skipper Virat Kohli has asserted that India would now "really express ourselves fully" and hope to make it 4-0 against opponents who are looking bruised and battered.
Kohli has been in the form of his life, having become the first Indian to notch up three double centuries in a calendar year.
Entering the game on the back of a monumental 235 in Mumbai, Kohli is in no mood to relax and is expected to pile more misery on the beleaguered English outfit.
The 28-year-old, who is among just five batsmen, including Don Bradman and Ricky Ponting, to amass three double-centuries in a single year, is 135 short of bettering Sunil Gavaskar's (774 runs) record of most runs by an Indian in a single series.
Undoubtedly, Kohli will once again be the cynosure of all eyes at Chepauk, which is hosting a Test after a gap of three years during which time India have risen to number one in the ICC rankings.
While Kohli loves to lead from the front, he has in his arsenal an array of players who can produce match-winning performances, be it with the willow or the ball.