Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino will now attempt to see out a week that has been positive with all three points against Premier League and European Champions Manchester City.
Christopher Nkunku and Romeo Lavia are nearing a return but this game will be too soon for them, while Trevoh Chalobah, Carney Chukwuemeka, Ben Chilwell and Wesley Fofana remain out.
There has definitely been an improvement in the Chelsea team especially when they play against top teams as evidenced by their performance against Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham but this will be a different test.
They have not been great at home so they will have to play incredibly above themselves if they are to get all three points.
There are positive signs though with striker Nicolas Jackson bagging a hat trick while Moises Caicedo played his best game in a Chelsea shirt in that win on Monday night.
Raheem Sterling and even goalkeeper Robert Sanchez were decent with the striker unfortunately not to add to his goal tally.
So this will be quite an interesting game given the confidence of the home side coming into this one.
So with everything including what has been a great build-up to the game of the weekend, this is how Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino set up for the game.