Chelsea v Aston Villa (October 17)
It will not be easy for Jose Mourinho’s side, though, but they do have enough quality to get the better of Tim Sherwood’s team.
Chelsea 2-0 Aston Villa
West Ham United v Chelsea (October 24)
Chelsea are going through a tough period at the moment, and West Ham will be looking to take advantage of the situation.
However, the Hammers do not have a very good record at the Boleyn Ground, and Mourinho’s side should be able to eke out a narrow win.
West Ham United 0-1 Chelsea
Chelsea v Liverpool (October 31)
This promises to be a very competitive match, one which will see two managers with different styles take on each other.
Liverpool will fancy their chances of winning at Stamford Bridge due to Chelsea’s struggles this season, and with a little bit of luck they should be able to collect all three points.
Chelsea 1-2 Liverpool
Stoke City v Chelsea (November 7)
Stoke City are not playing well at the moment and are in danger of getting sucked into the relegation battle.
Playing at the Britannia Stadium is not easy for any opposition team, but Mourinho knows how to such tough matches.
Stoke City 0-1 Chelsea