Jose Mourinho takes his Chelsea side to White Hart Lane on Saturday lunchtime for a crunch Premier League clash against Tottenham.
With Chelsea only taking 10 league points from a possible 15 since Mourinho returned to Stamford Bridge in the summer - and with Tottenham currently two points and places higher in the table - this is a match that the Blues can ill-afford to lose.
A draw wouldn't be a bad result, but there's pride at stake for Mourinho, who will attempt to get one over on another former colleague-turned-enemy in the form of Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas.
The Blues have won their two most recent fixtures after losing their previous three, so how will Mourinho line up against Spurs this weekend?
Goalkeeper: Petr Cech
One of the first names on the teamsheet. Cech is a nailed-on starter.
Right-back: Branislav Ivanovic
Cesar Azpilicueta played reasonably well in midweek, but Mourinho will stick with the Serbia international.
Centre-back: John Terry
John Terry was brought on as a second-half sub against Swindon Town, but the captain has a big role to play for the Blues this weekend.
Centre-back: Gary Cahill
Gary Cahill will continue to partner Terry ahead of David Luiz.
Left-back: Ashley Cole
Ashley Cole had a well-deserved break on Tuesday night. He will have a important role to play against, potentially, Erik Lamela.
Right-wing: Andre Schurrle
Schurrle has yet to light up the Premier League but he will give added protection to Ivanovic on that right flank.
Central-midfielder: Frank Lampard
With Ramires a doubt, expect Chelsea's all-time top scorer to slot into central midfield.
Central-midfielder: John Obi Mikel
Scored his first league goal for Chelsea last weekend. Can he make it two in two at White Hart Lane?
Left-wing: Eden Hazard
Chelsea are waiting for Hazard to burst into life this season. Saturday's game will be the perfect opportunity for him to do so.
Sorry Juan Mata, but Oscar will almost certainly retain his place as the Blues' playmaker.
Striker: Fernando Torres
Torres looked sharp against Swindon and currently looks like Chelsea's most dangerous striker. Expect Samuel Eto'o to make way.
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