Chelsea can launch a key in their work against Manchester City this weekend as the Premier League title race warms up.
The Blues are on the edge of the top four and have been supported by their 5-0 in Huddersfield.
Chelsea January Gonzalo Higuain has scored twice in the rout: his first goals for the club.
Maurizio Sarri hopes that his new main man can deliver against the Premier League leaders and stop the battle at the top.
Chelsea will be happy to match Higuain and the star man Eden Hazard.
The Blues have a relatively clean health bill that comes into play against City.
They will be determined to maintain the team's fitness as they approach the knockout rounds of the Europa League.
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Surprisingly at this stage of the season, Chelsea suffered no first-team injuries.
Higuain has not played much football in 2019 yet and will be managed with care, but the city is still expected to start.
The forgotten man Marko van Ginkel remains unavailable with an ACL injury, but does not seem to have a future at the club anyway.
Sarri would like to record a victory against the City in an attempt to build momentum, but will not want to lose any key player for injuries in view of a demanding period.
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After the game in Huddersfield, Sarri said: "I know it very well when [Higuain] he arrived he was not at the top.
"Now he's improving, and I'm really very happy because, apart from the goals, he's very good at playing near Hazard.
"They are suitable for playing near one another in the field, and it was very useful for us.
Higuain is likely to hold his place in the initial XI with Olivier Giroud who has resigned to the bench.