Chelsea are currently one of the joint second placed teams with seven points from three matches. They have won two matches and have drawn one match, and are currently in fourth place due to a good goal difference. They started off their campaign with a perfect 3-0 win over Crystal Palace and then backed it up with yet another shutout win over Arsenal. In the third match, they were held to a draw by the mighty Liverpool. They are averaging two goals per match and have conceded just one goal so far in three matches. They have had six different goal scorers for the six goals that they have scored. The newcomer Romelu Lukaku has scored a goal and has announced his arrival. With Reece James suspended and Ngolo Kante suffering an ankle injury, they also have Romelu Lukaku and Kai Havertz doubtful.
Aston Villa are coming into this fixture with a hard-fought draw against Brentford at home, courtesy of which, they are currently in the 11th position with four points from the three matches including one win, one draw and one loss so far in the Premier League. They started off their campaign with a heartbreak on the road to Watford but bounced back with a clinical 2-0 win over Newcastle United. In the three matches, they have scored five goals and have conceded four goals. The former Southampton striker Danny Ings is leading the goal-scoring list for Aston Villa with two goals. Due to the covid 19 rules violation in Brazil, Emiliano Buendia and Emiliano Martinez are likely to sit out this one. Apart from them, Jacob Ramsey, Tyrone Mings, Keinan Davis, Ezri Konsa, Bertrand Traore, Leon Bailey, Trezeguet and Morgan Sanson are all out due to injuries.