Chelsea will look to make ground up on Premier League frontrunners Man United and Man City when they face West Ham at the London stadium this lunchtime.
The Blues are within three points of United, but 11 points behind Pep Guardiol's undefeated Man City side.
A draw against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League this week was enough to progress to the last-16 in second place as Roma lept above Chelsea in the standings.
Despite the disappointment of facing a tougher draw in the next round of the tournament, Antonio Conte's team must put that aside and get three points against a struggling West Ham side.
|PLAYER||% MINS PLD||GLS||AST.|
|0||1||0 / 0|
|2||5||1 / 0|
|0||0||0 / 0|
|2||2||4 / 0|
|0||1||1 / 0|
|2||6||2 / 1|
|1||0||1 / 0|
|0||0||0 / 0|
|3||1||4 / 0|
|8||6||1 / 0|
|10||4||4 / 0|
|Totals||28||26||18 / 1|
|LINE-UP COMBINED RECORD|
|LAST MATCH - 2 Dec 2017|
3 - 1
|0 - 1|
|1 - 1|
|2 - 1|
|3 - 1|
|TOTAL PREMIER LEAGUE EXPERIENCE|
Last time out Chelsea came from behind to beat Newcastle - with Eden Hazard taking a star turn and adding to his goal tally of eight goals in all competitions this season.
Another win will mean Chelsea draw level with Man United on points ahead of the Manchester derby tomorrow.
Manager Conte is expected to pick a similar line-up to the one that beat Newcastle 3-1 at Stamford Bridge last weekend.
His squad no fresh injury concerns, but David Luiz is still sidelined with a knee injury.
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