Jose Mourinho celebrates his 100th home Premier League match in charge of Chelsea when they host London rivals Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon.
The Special One has a remarkable record across the previous 99 games – 76 wins and 22 draws, with the sole defeat coming against Sunderland in 2014.
My colleague Sumeet Paul is convinced that this will be another home banker for the Blues, but I have five reasons why the Eagles could spoil the party…
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5) Ivanovic could be targeted
Branislav Ivanovic has endured a difficult start to the season. Jefferson Montero gave him torrid time on the opening weekend, and Raheem Sterling and James McClean have since tried to target him.
Palace have similarly quick and tricky wingers such as Wilfried Zaha, Yannick Bolasie and Bakary Sako, and Alan Pardew will not need to encourage them to run at the Serbian from the first whistle.