Chelsea meet Tottenham for the third time in as many months with the first trophy of the season up for grabs at Wembley this Sunday.
The 2007-08 League Cup final saw Spurs beat us 2-1 after extra time thanks to a 94th minute winner from Jonathan Woodgate, but the Blues are the bookies' favourites in the repeat final of seven years ago.
It always disappoints us when you read quotes from ex-players especially when you know as well as they do it was for the best.
Kevin DeBruyne has filled the pages of our national press after speaking to a news source in Germany of leaving Chelsea.
In the article, he claims that he didn't play because his initial transfer fee was not big enough.
It was a disgusting tackle and that of a straight red card. A potential leg breaker and bearing on cynical. Despite that, you simply cannot react the way Nemanja Matic did on Saturday!
I have seen the news that his ban has been reduced from three games to two matches (meaning that he misses the Capital One Cup final on Sunday and West Ham next week), I have seen the statement from Chelsea stating that they are appalled by the decision to not reduce the ban to one game but what on earth did they expect the FA to do?
Following our 1-1 draw with Burnley at Stamford Bridge, a frustrated Jose Mourinho has spoken about four pivotal refereeing decisions that denied us a win against the second-bottom side on Saturday afternoon.
Here's what happened:
30th Minute – Branislav Ivanovic is crunched in midair by a challenge from Ashley Barnes.
Chelsea return from midweek Champions League action to host Burnley at Stamford Bridge for the first time in five-and-a-half years.
The Blues head into the match as heavy favourites but with the relegation-threatened visitors desperate for points, it's unlikely to be a walk in the park.
Rory gives us his views on the unfortunate events from the Paris Metro before Chelsea's Champion's League game vs Paris St Germain...
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PARIS METRO: Do not condemn the majority of Chelsea fans because of a few idiots - HERE!
Despite it being a positive result, I am disappointed to be honest. I thought that Chelsea could have produced so much more last night against Paris St Germain and plenty of players played within themselves.
However, looking at the result and the fact that we didn't lose but took an all important away goal from the Parc Des Princes last night, you have to hold your hands up and say that it was great game management from Jose Mourinho's team last night.
On a day that we should all be celebrating a good result that gives us an advantage at Stamford Bridge in three weeks time, we wake up to the shocking footage of the incident that is all over the news from the Paris Metro yesterday.
Like the majority of Chelsea fans, I fully support the statement the club has released and I sincerely hope that these idiots get found out, banned for life and possibly arrested for their behaviour.
Jose Mourinho confirmed yesterday that our influential play maker Cesc Fabregas could miss tonight through illness. If he is unable to play, it would be a massive blow.
Speaking at his press conference the manager said:
"Fabregas has been ill.
We are a different team with Fabregas, I'm not saying better or worse, I'm saying different.
Who should partner John Terry in defence tonight against Paris St Germain? Should it be Gary Cahill - a long serving partner next to John Terry with a wealth of Champions League experience or should it be the young and raw talent of Kurt Zouma?
It's an interesting debate because for most of the season it would be a straight answer and Gary Cahill would get the nod from Mourinho.