Matt Miazga made his first Premier League start of the season at Aston Villa at the weekend and he is expected to continue alongside Branislav Ivanovic, with John Terry and Kurt Zouma out and Gary Cahill a doubt.
Alexandre Pato could lead the attack with Diego Costa and Loic Remy ruled out, though Bertrand Traore is an option for Guus Hiddink, while Eden Hazard is sidelined.
Willian should come into the starting XI having played no part in the 4-0 thumping of Villa.
Swansea rescued a point at Stoke last weekend having fallen 2-0 down and manager Francesco Guidolin will demand a similar spirited outing from his players against Chelsea. However, the Swans have never beaten the Blues in the Premier League and could struggle here.
Chelsea are on a 15-match unbeaten run in the Premier League, but have nothing more to play for this season. They will be keen to extend that streak here, but look to be caught in pre-season mode as the campaign draws to a close.
Swansea have lost just one of their last five home games and while Chelsea have won their last three away league games, a draw is on the cards.
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