Match to be played on Saturday 23rd August 2014 at 15:00. Venue: Stamford Bridge, London.
The Blues were impressive earlier this week against Burnley after going a goal down, to push on and win 3-1, which gives the side confidence and momentum ahead of their game against Leicester.
We’ve had a go at naming the side Mourinho could select for the match.
GK – Thibaut Courtois
Mourinho showed his hand when he started Courtois against Burnley and he’s likely to start this match as well as Petr Cech considers his future at the club.
RB – Branislav Ivanovic
Ivanovic played well in the right-back role against Burnley, which he occupied for most of last season. He starts.
CB – Gary Cahill
Cahill had a decent game against Burnley and looked in relatively sharp form. He’ll start this game providing height and pace at the back.
CB – John Terry
Terry injects experience in Chelsea’s back four. He won’t play every single game this season but he’s had the best part of a week to recover after the Burnley clash.
LB – Cesar Azpilicueta
The Spaniard looked as solid as ever at left-back earlier this week and stands a good chance of continuing to keep Filipe Luis out of the side.
RM – Andre Schurrle
Schurrle looked sharp and confident against Burnley, producing a slick finish for one of Chelsea’s goals. Mourinho will surely be impressed and keep him in the team.
DM – Nemanja Matic
Matic provides an imposing figure in front of Chelsea’s back four. He looks to make tackles, cut off the angles and generally make it difficult for the opposition to play.
CM – Cesc Fabregas
Fabregas had a superb Premier League debut for the Blues. He looked as though he’s never been out of English football and won’t lose his place.
AM – Oscar
Oscar may feel as though he needs to step up following Fabregas’ display against Burnley. He’ll work the spaces between Chelsea’s midfield and attack.
LM – Eden Hazard
The Belgian will start on the left. He’s one of the best in the business when it comes to controlling possession and moving the ball at speed. He could well be Chelsea’s match winner for this game.
ST – Diego Costa
It clearly meant a lot to Costa getting his goalscoring tally under way against Burnley. He looks well suited to the Premier League and will impose himself on the Leicester defence.
Do you think Chelsea should stick with the same side that defeated Burnley?