Unai Emery will have another tough fixture to deal with this weekend in what is clearly a baptism of fire in north London for the new Arsenal manager.
The Spanish tactician, who was in charge of Paris Saint-Germain at this time last year, replaced Arsene Wenger at the helm back in May.
Emery raised a few eyebrows with his team selection last weekend as he kept a couple of the club’s high profile signings from the summer transfer window on the bench.
The new Arsenal manager has received strong criticism for his decision to leave out new goalkeeper Bernd Leno as he named Petr Cech as the man to start in goal against Manchester City last weekend.
Fans will be calling for the Gunners boss to change his starting line-up again for the trip to Stamford Bridge, where the team has not had the best record over the past decade or so.