Chelsea are back in Premier League action when we visit West Ham United, and here we have all the information you need ahead of the game...
Following our FA Cup victory over Leicester, the Premier League becomes the focus of our attention again for a London derby, as Chelsea look to continue our 100 per cent record in all competitions since football's restart with another win, this time against West Ham...
West Ham vs Chelsea kick-off time
The match starts at 8.15pm UK time on Wednesday 1 July.
West Ham vs Chelsea venue
The London Stadium will host the fixture, which will take place behind closed doors with no supporters present because of the coronavirus pandemic. Fans will not be admitted to the stadium. Please do not travel to the London Stadium or congregate in the nearby streets on matchday.
West Ham vs Chelsea on TV
The match is being broadcast live on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League in the UK, with coverage starting at 8pm.
West Ham vs Chelsea live commentary
West Ham vs Chelsea head to head
Our last meeting with West Ham ended in a 1-0 defeat, at Stamford Bridge in November. Last season we drew 0-0 at the London Stadium before beating the Hammers 2-0 at the Bridge, Eden Hazard scoring both goals.
Chelsea injury news
Frank Lampard will make a late call on whether Christian Pulisic is fit to play, after the American picked up a calf injury against Leicester, and the same applies to Andreas Christensen, who missed that FA Cup tie with a hip problem. Fikayo Tomori and Callum Hudson-Odoi could feature as they continue to regain match fitness following their injuries, having missed all our matches since the restart.
West Ham injury news
For West Ham, Angelo Ogbonna should return to action but Sebastien Haller is not expected to play after picking up a hip injury in training. Robert Snodgrass has been ruled out for several weeks by a back problem. There is a small chance Arthur Masuaku could return from a twisted ankle in time to make his first appearance since the restart.