Chelsea face Manchester United in what is the Premier League's big game of the weekend.
If you haven't got a ticket to the sell-out 41,663 sell-out - here's all you need to know.
What day and what time is kick-off?
This Sunday (October 23) and 4pm BST.
What TV channel can I watch it?
Sky Sports 1 will be showing live action from 3.30pm.
You can also catch highlights of the game on Match of the Day 2 on BBC 1 at 10.30pm. Or check right here on Get West London for all the up to date news live from the Bridge.
Any thing special about the game apart from the return of Jose Mourinho?
This is the 20th anniversary of the death of director Matthew Harding, killed in a helicopter crash returning from a Blues match at Bolton in 1996.
Revered as a pioneer of a new way at the Bridge, Blues plan to pay their respects to Harding, who has a stand named after him at the north-west end of the ground.
Chelsea will also unfurl a banner honouring Harding.
Rumours that the veteran 35-year-old suffered a relapse over his recent ankle injury are wide of the mark, Conte claims.
However, the gaffer will wait until the last possible moment before deciding whether to add Willian and Oscar to the fray.
Both suffered recent bereavements. Indeed, the team paid tribute to the former during the 3-0 win over Leicester City last week following the death of Willian's mother.
Midfielder Cesc Fabregas is ruled out with a thigh injury. And defender Kurt Zouma returns to first-team training next week nine months after the France international suffered serious knee ligament damage , ironically against Manchester United in February.
Defender Chris Smalling will be assessed ahead of Sunday's match.
The ex-Fulham centre-back came off at half-time in Thursday's Europa League victory over Fenerbahce due to a minor muscular injury, as United described it.
Jose Mourinho said playmaker Henrikh Mkhitaryan, absent from the Europa League matchday squad for an eighth game on the trot, will be 'ready very soon to play' after recovering from a thigh injury.
What the bosses are saying
"I think Jose was an important manager who wrote a part of the (Chelsea) story by winning three championships.
"I think he deserve a good reception and when you win three championships you remain in the heart of the fans. He deserves this, but on Sunday he becomes an enemy.
"Sure I have a great respect for him; he's a a great manager who won a lot during his career."
"I knew that, working in England and staying in the Premier League, sooner or later, I had to play against Chelsea and I had to go to Stamford Bridge. The computer has decided that is to be now. And here we go."
What are the odds?
Chelsea to win 5/4
Man Utd to win 9/4