Chelsea will be hoping to maintain their unbeaten start to the new Premier League campaign on Sunday when they take on London rivals Tottenham.
The Blues have won three and drawn one out of their opening four matches to sit joint top of the Premier League alongside Manchester United and Liverpool, with all three teams accumulating the same points and goal difference so far.
This weekend they take on a Spurs side who are coming off two disappointing results - a defeat against Crystal Palace in the Premier League and a 2-2 draw versus Rennes in the Europa Conference.
Chelsea were in action midweek also in the Champions League, and squeezed out a narrow 1-0 win against Zenit at Stamford Bridge.
For that one, Hakim Ziyech was given a rare start in place of Kai Havertz, but expect the German to return for the Spurs game as he did indeed come on for Ziyech in the second half on Tuesday.
Edouard Mendy will start in goal behind a defensive trio of Cesar Azpilicueta, Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger.
Reece James missed the last Premier League game due to his red card against Liverpool, but he was reinstated into the starting XI for the Champions League and is expected to keep his place at right wing-back.
At the moment, Marcos Alonso is preferred to Ben Chilwell on the left.
N'Golo Kante is still not fully fit so expect Jorginho and Mateo Kovacic to remain in central midfield with Saul Niguez on the bench.
Havertz and Mason Mount will play just behind lone striker Romelu Lukaku.
Timo Werner will be a sub, while Christian Pulisic is struggling to shake off an ankle issue.