Both Liverpool and Chelsea are without their first choice on the right wing as they gear up for the big clash at Anfield.
It's been a relatively quiet January transfer window for most of the big clubs, and it looks like Chelsea won't be involved in a last minute shocker this time around.
Chelsea head into their game against Liverpool at Anfield brimming with confidence and with no worries at all with regard to injuries
Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is looking to offload striker Karim Benzema, and he could be offered to Premier League giants Arsenal and Chelsea.
Chelsea are still on the hunt for defensive reinforcements this winter, and they have now initiated talks with Schalke left-back Sead Kolasinac
The latest update in the situation between Chelsea and their star striker Diego Costa is that the Blues are not completely averse to letting him go this January.
Chelsea have shown in recent years that they don't mind selling promising young players, and the latest one to leave Stamford Bridge is 23-year-old English striker Patrick Bamford.
The two Manchester clubs have done most of the spending these past five years, but the net spend of three of the big London clubs in that period has thrown up some interesting facts.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is on the hunt for adept back-ups to his high flying Blues team, and the club have been linked to several players capable of playing at wing-back.
There has been a storm stirring at Stamford Bridge between Chelsea and their in-form central striker Diego Costa.