Everything you need to know about this weekend's game against Newcastle United, as well as Frank Lampard's press conference to preview it...
When and where
The match takes place at Stamford Bridge on Saturday 19 October. Kick-off is 3pm UK time.
Frank Lampard's press conference
Frank Lampard will be speaking to the media at Cobham on Friday from around 1.30pm UK time. It will be streamed on this website and the 5th Stand app.
Here are some of the possible discussion points...
N'Golo Kante, Mateo Kovacic and Reece James picked up knocks during the international break while Chiristian Pulisic was ill, and Lampard is likely to be asked about their severity. He could also provide the latest on Toni Rudiger and Emerson, who were both unavailable when we were last in action.
The racism suffered by England players in Bulgaria on Monday night was a major talking point over the international break and Lampard might be asked to give his opinion on the matter and what steps must be taken to eradicate it.
Mason Mount made his first England start in Czech Republic and Ross Barkley replaced him for the victory against Bulgaria, scoring twice, and the subject of our midfielders' form could be raised by the journalists present.
It hasn't always been easy for Newcastle so far this season, but they did beat Manchester United 1-0 in their last game before the international break and their danger could be assessed by Lampard.
Latest Chelsea team news
Lampard had pencilled in a return to action for Emerson after the October international break, while Toni Rudiger hasn't featured since the win at Wolves in September. Ruben Loftus-Cheek remains a long-term casualty, and there has not yet been an update on Kante, Kovacic and James who were injured on international duty.
Latest Newcastle team news
Isaac Hayden is suspended. Matt Ritchie remains out injured but Florian Lejeune could be available for the first time since suffering a serious knee injury in April.
Chelsea vs Newcastle head to head record
Chelsea have won our past seven matches at Stamford Bridge against Newcastle in all competitions, scoring 20 while conceding just three goals.Against no other side have Chelsea won more Premier League matches at home than we have against Newcastle (17 – as many as against Tottenham).
How to Watch?
As the game is a Saturday 3pm kick-off, it is not being broadcast live in the UK, but 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: Andre MarrinerVAR: Michael Dean