Notwithstanding an ankle damage sustained against Ajax, Mason Mount has been added into the squad for Saturday’s match.
Be that as it may, Ross Barkley, who has been conveying the same issue, has been precluded by Lampard.
Giving that he comes through preparing sound this week, N’Golo Kante will come in for Jorginho, who serves a one-match suspension for five yellow cards.
Emerson Palmieri should return at left-back instead of Marcos Alonso, with Reece James managing with a spot on the substitutes’ seat.
Concerning Palace, James McArthur is viewed as a significant uncertainty in the wake of enduring back damage against Leicester a weekend ago.
While Cahill and Cheikhou Kouyate sustained head wounds during a similar match, the two players are relied upon to be passed fit.
Each of Mamadou Sakho and Andros Townsend are probably going to stay uninvolved.
Kick-Off Time: Nov 9, 2019 at 12.30pm UK
Chelsea predicted lineup:
Arrizabalaga; Azpilicueta, Zouma, Tomori, Palmieri; Kante, Kovacic; Willian, Mount, Hudson-Odoi; Abraham
Crystal Palace predicted lineup:
Guaita; Ward, Tomkins, Cahill, Van Aanholt; McCarthy, Kouyate, Milivojevic; Schlupp, Zaha, Ayew
Head To Head
Saturday’s challenge will show the 55th competitive meeting between the two clubs, with Chelsea enrolling 27 successes in contrast with only 12 triumphs for Palace.
Be that as it may, while the Blues have won in their last three games, Palace recorded consecutive triumphs in 2017, one of which came at Stamford Bridge.
Sixteen matches and 24 years have gone since this fixture finished in a draw, with the last stalemate coming at the home of the Blues in March 1995.