Antonio Conte’s men have come back from an early season slump against Burnley and have won three games on the bounce.
Up next for the Blues is a Champions League game against Qarabag, and Antonio Conte is expected to rotate his squad ahead of that game.
Chelsea have six more games left to be played in the month of September, leaving Conte with no choice but to make maximal use of the squad at his disposal.
There will most likely be a start for Gary Cahill who hasn’t featured for the Blues since his red card against Burnley. Eden Hazard and Willian who came from the bench against Leicester City would most likely start the game as well.
Danny Drinkwater is yet to make his Premier League debut and could be given a chance to show his worth against Qarabag, while summer signing Davide Zappacosta who left a good impression in the game against Leicester could also be in the starting lineup.
Could youngster Charly Musonda feature in the Champions League?
The 20-year-old is itching to break into the Chelsea team and posted a message where he said: “it’s almost time to make waves in the Chelsea jersey.