The Blues will be coming off the back of a 4-0 hammering of Crystal Palace before the international break, with several good performances.
However, Frank Lampard will be hoping that the two-week break would not have disrupted their momentum as they welcome the Saints to Stamford Bridge.
Timo Werner's second goal.
You will not find a better assist all month. Take a bow, Jorginho.
— ExpectedChelsea (@ExpectedChelsea) October 17, 2020
Ralph Hasenhüttl’s side have had a mixed start to the campaign, with two wins from their opening four matches, however they defeated West Brom 2-0 in their previous match
If you still need proof of why Chelsea brought Timo Werner to Stamford Bridge, look no further than this amazing goal by the striker.
A great move from Werner to leave his marker all but sure of where the striker and the ball were going starts off the play. He then runs up to the entire Southampton defence, battle them off and turns to shoot his first ever Premier League goal. What a play, and what a player!