After a romantic midweek catch-up with Frank Lampard, Maurizio Sarri’s men are back in Premier League action this weekend.
The Blues face Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon looking to maintain their unbeaten run.
Sarri’s men will be looking to keep pace with Liverpool and City, who both play either side of the Blues this weekend.
This is the XI that we think you could see at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
GK - Kepa
The Spaniard has been a mainstay in the Chelsea side since arriving for big money over the summer.
RB - Cesar Azpilicueta
He came off the bench to get some minutes under his belt against Derby but comes back into the starting line-up against Palace.
CB - Antonio Rudiger
Gianfranco Zola was less than happy with Chelsea’s defensive performance against Derby, so expect Rudiger to take up his normal spot in the side.
CB - David Luiz
Gary Cahill nor Andreas Christensen did enough to impress against Derby, meaning Luiz comes back in.
LB - Marcos Alonso
Marcos Alonso replaces Emerson, who despite impressing against Derby, is likely to drop back down to the bench.
CM - Jorginho
The Italian was rested during the week and comes back into the side fresh for Palace.
CM - N'Golo Kante
Keeps his place after impressing against Lampard’s Rams on Wednesday night.
CM - Ross Barkley
In a great run of form and looks like he could be making that spot in midfield his own.
RW - Pedro
Willian has had a decent run of games lately and tired quickly against Derby. With Pedro recovering from his injury, he could come into the side against Palace.
LW - Eden Hazard
Eden Hazard is expected to make his return to the Chelsea side after missing games against Burnley and Derby. A huge boost for Sarri.
ST - Oliver Giroud
With Alvaro Morata starting against Derby County on Wednesday night, that could be a sign that the Frenchman is set to come back into the side.