Everything you need to know about this weekend's game against Liverpool, including the latest team news...
When and where
The match takes place at Stamford Bridge on Sunday 22 September. Kick-off is 4.30pm UK time.
Latest Chelsea team news
Lampard spoke to the media on Friday and confirmed Mason Mount and N'Golo Kante have a chance of playing, but he will make a late call on their availability. Toni Rudiger and Emerson Palmieri remain doubts.
Latest Liverpool team news
Divock Origi is out after limping off against Newcastle last weekend. Alisson Becker and Nathaniel Clyne are longer-term injuries, but Naby Keita could be in contention to play his first game of the season.
Chelsea vs Liverpool head to head record
Since the start of the 2000s, Sunday’s game will be the 61st meeting between Chelsea and Liverpool in all competitions, making it the most played fixture between English sides in all competitions in the 21st century.
Chelsea have won one of our last nine Premier League meetings with Liverpool (five draws, three defeats), beating them 1-0 in May 2018 thanks to an Olivier Giroud strike.
Having won one of their first 16 Premier League away games against Chelsea, Liverpool have won five of their last 11 at Stamford Bridge in the competition.
In all competitions, Chelsea have only failed to score in one of our last 20 meetings with Liverpool, in a 0-2 defeat at Anfield last season.
Chelsea vs Liverpool - the stats
How to Watch?
Sky Sports will be broadcasting the game live in the UK, while highlights will be available on the Fifth Stand App and this website from two hours after the final whistle.
How to Listen live?
Chelsea TV will be providing live audio commentary on the Fifth Stand App and this website, and there will also be live text commentary on those platforms.
Who is the referee and who is in charge of VAR?
Referee: Michael OliverVAR: Andre Marriner
Michael Oliver was the official for four of our Premier League games last season – home to Crystal Palace, Man City and Wolves, and away to Liverpool.