I wrote before last night's game that the reintroduction of Pedro would be key to Chelsea turning this spell of form around. The Spaniard was on the bench against Crystal Palace at the weekend, seemingly to keep him fresh for this game, but it didn't turn out to be so.
This team and this coach need to figure out how to play without him, and fast.
Tiemoue Bakayoko and Cesc Fabregas played in central midfield for Chelsea today, and once again it didn't look like a well suited combination.
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Just when you thought it was all over...
It's taken till October, but Eden Hazard has his first goal.
Just ten minutes gone at the Bridge and Chelsea have the lead!
Chelsea face Roma at Stamford Bridge in just under an hour, and the teams are in!
If there's one player who could come into the side tomorrow and really change this run of form tomorrow, it's Pedro.
Chelsea face a tough test tonight coming off two bad results headfirst into a strong Roma side.
In today's pre-Champions League press conference Antonio Conte admitted that he was a huge fan of Roma midfielder Radja Nainggolan, and that he had tried to sign him for Chelsea.
Chelsea were not being punished by their coach with extra weekend sessions, according to Marcos Alonso who was interviewed in today's pre-Champions League press conference.
Anyone who's seen Andreas Christensen play for Chelsea this season will say he looks incredibly calm on the ball, even when under pressure.
Barcelona have been linked with a move for Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso, according to reports in Don Balon.
Former Chelsea defender Ashley Cole has been voted into the all time Premier League XI of Carrusel Deportivo, Spanish radio's flagship sport roundup show.
Victor Moses is injured, and there's only one candidate to replace him. New signing Davide Zappacosta.
Davide Zappacosta came on to replace him against Palace, and now looks set for a solid run in the team.
Having sold Antonio Rudiger to Chelsea in the summer, Roma will really be struggling at the back in midweek, and Chelsea must do everything in their power to take advantage of that.
Chelsea fans who need cheering up after yesterday's defeat, this is your chance.
They really should have a little more respect given what a superb job the Italian has done at Chelsea. But Twitter will be Twitter, and the responses on the site were predictable...