Chelsea's deep-lying midfielder who's back from suspension will take up his position, pushing N'Golo Kante for Manchester City's visitation tonight.
With such a quick turnabout and players still building up their fitness, the team manager (Frank Lampard) will make slight changes to the starting lineup of the 2-1 win over Aston Villa.
Christian Pulisic also set to come back into the starting eleven after coming off the bench to score a goal against Aston Villa on Sunday
Lampard then said Chelsea will need to pressure Man City in the attack, which he suggests Tammy Abraham to take on the attack despite Olivier Giroud's goal against Aston Villa.
Cesar Azpilicueta looks set and fit to maintain his position at right-back after having in hand both goals against Villa. Fikayo Tomori still in injury and Callum Hudson- Odoi is not fit.
Chelsea's preidcted first eleven (4-3-3); Kepa, Rudiger, Zouma, James, Azpilicueta, Kante, Jorginho, Kovacic, Mount, Abraham, Pulisic.