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Chelsea switch their attention back to cup football when they welcome Bournemouth to Stamford Bridge tonight.
The Blues have lost their aura of invincibility with defeats to Tottenham and Wolves last month but victory over champions Man City and a hard-fought win over Brighton on Sunday has them back on track.
Bournemouth travel to the capital looking to shake a poor run of form which has seen them lose sic of their last seven matches.
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Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri is expected to make several changes to his team ahead of the League Cup quarter-final clash against Bournemouth.
The Italian has a wealth of options to choose from but may be forced to rest Eden Hazard after the Belgian star picked up a knock in the 2-1 win over Brighton.
Meanwhile, Alvaro Morata is expected to miss the visit of Bournemouth after sitting out at the Amex Stadium.
While the Blues come into this game aiming to keep a good run going, the Cherries have lost six of their last seven
Chelsea play host to Bournemouth in the Carabao Cup with the intention of keeping their fine recent form going.
Maurizio Sarri has enjoyed a strong start to life at Stamford Bridge, and though his side lie fourth in the Premier League table, they have suffered only two defeats.
In domestic play, they have won their last four matches, with their last home game a 2-0 victory over Manchester City.
Chelsea remain in touch with the top of the Premier League after a 2-1 win over Brighton on Sunday. Goals from Pedro and Eden Hazard gave them the springboard for the victory, which was made awkward as the home side fought back in the second half.
With the Blues eight points from the summit of the table though, silverware is perhaps likelier to arrive in the form of the Carabao Cup, in which they are only three matches from glory.
David Luiz has certainly targeted a midweek win over Bournemouth before a manic period of Premier League action begins, in which Chelsea will play four times over the course of 11 days.