Where: Loftus Road, London
When: Sunday, 1.30pm BST
Chelsea will be hoping to pile more relegation worries onto Queens Park Rangers this afternoon as they look to see off a late charge from Arsenal in the Premier League title race.
The Gunners beat Burnley yesterday to make it eight wins in a row and put themselves just four points behind the current league leaders, though the Blues have two games in hand.
Chelsea will fancy their chances of a victory against relegation-threatened QPR, though the home side have a surprisingly strong record against today’s opponents, beating them 1-0 and drawing 0-0 in their last two meetings at Loftus Road.
Jose Mourinho’s side look likely to be without Diego Costa for this crucial match, but will hope that former Rangers star Loic Remy can do the job against Chris Ramsey’s team after the Frenchman has hit a fine run of recent form in Costa’s absence.
With the Capital One Cup already wrapped up and Chelsea out of the Champions League and FA Cup, Mourinho and his players can put all their focus into this game as they look to ensure they don’t slip up and allow Arsenal a chance at the title.