Chelsea got their season off to a nightmare start at Manchester United last weekend.
The Red Devils thumped the Blues 4-0 at Old Trafford to leave new boss Frank Lampard red faced on his Premier League managerial debut.
Things picked up somewhat in midweek as Chelsea ran Liverpool ragged in the Super Cup, though the Reds triumphed after a penalty shoot-out in Istanbul.
So what four changes does Lampard need to make from the side that lost to United to secure the three points at home to Leicester today?
Alonso in – Emerson out
Italy left-back Emerson started both games over the last week, seeing out the full match on each occasion.
No doubt this will have left him flagging a bit so early on in the season.
Meanwhile, Marcos Alonso is yet to feature for Lampard, and must be chomping at the bit to get out on the pitch.
Kante in – Kovacic out
The first name on Lampard’s team sheet when fit, N’Golo Kante returned to the starting line-up against Liverpool
The Frenchman looked back to his rip-roaring best straight away, breaking up Liverpool’s attack in trademark style, while looking lively pushing forward.
Mateo Kovacic has played just shy of 200 minutes of football over the last week, and is unlikely to be picked ahead of Jorginho.
Pulisic in – Barkley out
Another starter in midweek, Christian Pulisic was one of Chelsea’s best players against Liverpool on his full debut.
The young American even found the back of the net, though it was ruled out for offside.
Ross Barkley failed to impress on the left wing against United last week, and is unlikely to earn a place in midfield.
Giroud in – Abraham out
Frenchman Olivier Giroud scored the opening goal on Wednesday with a fine finish.
Conversely, Tammy Abraham was the man who missed the deciding penalty in the shoot-out.
The young Englishman has had a tough week since the game after receiving abuse online, and Lampard is expected to drop him to the bench for today’s game.