Chelsea have won their last four home league matches against Leeds – they’ve never won five in a row against them at Stamford Bridge.
Leeds have won just two of their last 32 away matches in London in all competitions (D7 L23) and have lost two of their last three contests when scoring first in the capital: against Chelsea last December and Tottenham Hotspur in November (won 2-1 in the other v Fulham).
Both Chelsea and Leeds have scored a joint league-high three goals in the 90th minute of Premier League matches this season; Chelsea’s three have put the gloss on already won matches for them, while Leeds’ three have either been winning (one) or equalising (two) strikes.
Raphinha has scored six of Leeds’ 15 Premier League goals this season, with no other player at the club netting more than twice so far this term. His six goals have been worth seven points to the Whites, with only Jamie Vardy’s strikes being more valuable to his side this season (eight).
Referee: Chris Kavanagh. Assistants: Dan Cook, Dan Robathan. Fourth official: Tony Harrington. VAR: Mike Dean. Assistant VAR: Mark Scholes.