Tonight’s cup-tie matchday programme gets to know Fikayo Tomori a whole lot more with a special first-person feature on the young defender.

In it, Tomori discusses his friendship with Tammy Abraham and Mason Mount, which made the Wolves game in which the three scored all the more special. He also looks back at the loan moves which readied him for this season.There is the regular Pride of London spread (have you spotted yourself in that yet this season?) while the Journey Home feature covers our memorable trip to Grimsby to be crowned Division Two champions in 1984.Elsewhere in the pages, the legendary Bobby Tambling waxes lyrical about Gordon Banks and there's a look back at some of Callum Hudson-Odoi's goals at various levels for Chelsea. Callum is set to feature in tonight’s game against Grimsby so will be seeking more.

This season’s matchday programme remains at £3.50 and is available in and around Stamford Bridge, the Megastore and online. Cashless payment is now available from certain sellers.