Refereeing errors were as big a reason as any for why the Blues scraped past Cardiff in controversial fashion on Sunday, and the nature of the victory did little to ease the pressure on manager Maurizio Sarri.
Just one point separates Chelsea from the Champions League places, though, and should results go their way in midweek then they could claim a top-four spot with only six games of their season remaining.
Here, Sports Mole looks at how Sarri could set his side out for Wednesday's contest at Stamford Bridge.
The main headline could surround Callum Hudson-Odoi, though, with the England international expected to be handed his first Premier League start in one of the next two games.
Indeed, it could be a completely different front three to the one which started in South Wales, with Olivier Giroud hopeful of earning a starting role as a result of his impact off the bench and Gonzalo Higuain's struggles so far.
Sarri revealed in his pre-match press conference that Marcos Alonso has suffered a minor hamstring strain and so will be rested for a few days, opening the door for Emerson Palmieri to come back in at left-back.