Everything you need to know about our return to Premier League action with a London derby at home to West Ham…

Frank Lampard’s Blues will be looking to bounce back from domestic defeat last time out at Manchester City as the boss faces another of his former clubs.

When and where

The match takes place at Stamford Bridge on Saturday 30 November. It is our fourth Saturday 3pm home kick-off of the season.

Latest Chelsea team news

Abraham has featured in every Premier League game for Chelsea this season but was forced off halfway through our thrilling midweek draw in Valencia with a severe knock to his hip. On Friday Lampard confirmed the striker will miss the West Ham game.

Hudson-Odoi and Rudiger didn’t travel to Spain but Lampard reported that both were closing in on a return to fitness, as is Barkley. Long-term absentee Ruben Loftus-Cheek will definitely miss out.

Latest West Ham team news

Manuel Pellegrini’s side are winless in eight, having not tasted victory since beating Manchester United in September. However, the Chilean was able to call on the services of Michail Antonio last time out against Tottenham as the forward made his first appearance in almost three months as a substitute and his impact led to the Hammers clawing back a three-goal deficit to 3-2.

West Ham will be without goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski, Jack Wilshere, Manuel Lanzini and Winston Reid, who have all spent varying periods of time on the treatment table in recent weeks. Issa Diop, who has started every league game this season, is suspended.

How to watch

There is no live coverage in the UK but highlights will be available on the 5th 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 5th Stand app and this website, plus there will also be live text commentary on both those platforms.

Referee and VAR

Jonathan Moss is the referee. The Yorkshireman’s last Chelsea assignment was the Carabao Cup final in February. The VAR is Andrew Madley.