Chelsea will be out to end a two-game winless run on the road when they take on Swansea at the Liberty stadium on Saturday.
The Blues have dropped four points in their last two away games, drawing 1-1 with Southampton and losing 5-3 to Spurs.
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Despite the slip up, Jose Mourinho’s men are still top of the league and with Manchester City in action against London rivals Arsenal, a win in Wales could see them move five points clear.
The Blues are set to welcome back Thibaut Courtois between the sticks.
The Belgium stopper has been on the bench for the past two matches after injuring his finger in the New Year’s Day clash with Tottenham but is set to come back in at the expense of Petr Cech.
Felipe Luis is set to continue at left back with Cesar Azpilicueta still side-lined. Full-back is struggling with a groin complaint but is set to return to training next week.
Swansea meanwhile will begin life without Wilfried Bony on Saturday.
The Ivory Coast striker completed a £30 million pound move to Manchester City midweek with Bafetimbi Gomis, a free signing from Lyon last summer, now the main man at the Liberty.
Gomis will get support from on-loan striker Nelson Oliveira. The Portuguese striker has joined the club from Benfica and made his debut last weekend in the 1-1 draw with West Ham.
While manager Garry Monk has adapted to life without Bony, the midfielder conundrum he faces appears more difficult. The Swansea manager will be missing the suspended Jonjo Shelvey this weekend with Ki Sung-Yueng on International duty.
Gylfi Sigurdsson (foot) is expected to play however while winger Jefferson Montero could make the squad after making a quicker than expected recovery from the hamstring injury he suffered on Boxing Day.