After the international break, Chelsea will host Tottenham Hotspur at Stamford Bridge on April 1.
Tottenham are 4th on the table, while Chelsea are 5th, and the Blues will need a victory to boost their hopes of making top four.
Former Chelsea midfielder and assistant manager Ray Wilkins has urged Antonio Conte to use an attacking formation against Spurs and believes a midfield partnership of N’Golo Kante and Cesc Fabregas will put Chelsea on the front foot.
He told Sky Sports News: “We have got to be on the front foot. We have to make sure Tottenham suffer. Therefore, I would play Kante and Fabregas in midfield.”
Wilkins sees the game as a must win if Chelsea must boost their hopes of a top four spot.
“It’s a must-win against Tottenham on Sunday, absolute must-win. Tottenham are without Harry Kane, which gives Chelsea the edge,” he continued.
“Tottenham are in good form; I think Chelsea playing against Tottenham at Stamford Bridge will have the upper hand.”