Chelsea return home after the impressive win on the South Coast last weekend, and take on another bogey team in Everton at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
Unless you've been living under a rock, you'll no doubt be aware of Chelsea win- and clean sheet-streak in the Premier League, which now stands at four. Increasingly impressive wins over Hull, Leicester, Manchester United, and now Southampton have catapulted Chelsea firmly back into the running for the title and a top four finish. It promises to be a neck-to-neck race all season long, so any and all points will be important. Especially the ones at home.
The squad is about as healthy as it's ever been, and even Kurt Zouma has returned to first-team training after a couple weeks in the U23s gaining fitness and confidence on his surgically repaired knee ligaments. Veterans Branislav Ivanovic and Cesc Fabregas should be available as well.
Everton arrested a five-match winless streak in all competitions last weekend with a 2-0 win over West Ham. They will no doubt be looking to build on that, and with Romelu Lukaku in fine goalscoring form, they will always pose a threat.
Do you keep what's been working or do you make changes, if you're the Chelsea manager? Choose wisely.