Maurizio Sarri will have to juggle his squad carefully ahead of the midweek trip to Wolves on Wednesday night.
Both Marcos Alonso and Mateo Kovacic are doubts for the game against Nuno Espirito Santo’s men, meaning changes could be aplenty.
Chelsea head into the game in good spirits after picking up a much-needed victory against local rivals Fulham.
While the performance was not quite perfect, the Blues began moving on from the disastrous result against Spurs.
This is the XI that we think you could see against Wolves.
GK - Kepa
The Spaniard keeps his place as the number one. Performed well against Fulham with a few crucial saves.
RB - Davide Zappcosta
Zappcosta could come into the side with changes expected at the back.
CB - Antonio Rudiger
Antonio Rudiger has been a mainstay in the Chelsea XI and that does not look like changing for the trip to Wolves.
CB - David Luiz
As Sarri talks up the chances of the Brazilian signing a new deal, he is likely to keep his place in defence.
LB - Cesar Azpilicueta
Just like in the win over Fulham, Cesar Azpilicueta could shift over to the left-hand side of the back four in order to give Marcos Alonso a rest.
CM - Jorginho
Cesc Fabregas may feel hard done by here, but the Spaniard is going to need to wait a little longer before getting some Premier League minutes under his belt.
CM - N'Golo Kante
Kante was much improved against Fulham and played a key role in the opening goal of the game. He’s adapting with every game in his new role.
CM - Ruben Loftus-Cheek
Fresh off the back of his goal against Fulham, Loftus-Cheek is being tipped to get a chance from the start against Wolves.
RW - Willian
With Pedro starting over the weekend, the Brazilian is likely to come into the side with Sarri aiming to keep things fresh.
LW - Eden Hazard
Eden Hazard is the first name on the team sheet when he is fully fit and it remains that way for Wednesday’s game.
ST - Alvaro Morata
In a similar scenario to Willian, Morata missed out over the weekend and could come in for Giroud, who has been involved in the previous Europa League and Premier League games.