Chelsea and Everton have had below-par starts to the Premier League season and both sides will be keen to grab the three points at Goodison Park on Saturday.
Both sides have won just one of their first four matches of 2015-16 season, with just one point separating them ahead of the clash.
Roberto Martinez’s men have picked up five points from their opening four games of the season, with the Toffees’ only win coming against Southampton at St Mary’s.
Everton shared the points with both Watford and Tottenham, with the club’s only defeat this season coming against the unbeaten Manchester City.
The Toffees will be without midfielder Tom Cleverley, with the England international out of action for two months due to ankle ligament damage.
New signings Aaron Lennon, Ramiro Funes Mori and Leandro Rodriguez are ready to feature, but Bryan Oviedo is under an injury cloud.
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Chelsea, on the other hand, are likely to be without star goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois for Saturday’s match.
The Belgian international suffered a knee injury during training this week and will undergo scans on Friday to find out the full extent of the issue.
Jose Mourinho was angered with his side’s 2-1 loss to Crystal Palace before the international break, and publicly slammed the performance of midfielder Cesc Fabregas.
The Portuguese boss will be hoping his public dressing down will fire up the former Arsenal man to get back to his best this weekend.
Chelsea missed out on Everton defender John Stones during the summer break, but influential skipper John Terry returns to the line-up following his one-match ban.
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