Premier League champions Chelsea welcome a Liverpool side in desperate need of wins to grab Champions League qualification.
Jose Mourinho has won eight and lost just one of 10 Premier League matches as a coach against Liverpool. In the 11 league meetings between his two spells in charge, Liverpool won six and lost just two matches against the Blues.
Liverpool have lost just one of their last four Barclays Premier League visits to Stamford Bridge (W2 D1 L1).
The Reds have kept seven clean sheets in their last nine Premier League matches on the road.
Eden Hazard has created the most chances from open play in the Premier League this season (88) and has also beaten an opponent with a dribble on the most occasions (160).
Cesc Fabregas has assisted more goals than any other player in the top five European Leagues since the start of last season (30) – one ahead of his nearest rival; Lionel Messi (29).
John Terry is the only Chelsea player to play every minute of this Premier League campaign so far (3150).
Simon Mignolet has kept 13 clean sheets in the Premier League this season – only Fraser Forster (13) has kept as many.
Jose Mourinho has coached Chelsea in 96 Premier League games at Stamford Bridge, losing just one (W75 D20 L1)
Chelsea have already won the Premier League title and on the final day of the 2014-15 PL season, they will have led the table for 274 days of the season – a PL record.
Liverpool have won just four points in their seven PL games against the current top four in this season (W1 D1 L5).