okay, okay, SO I can't post pictures... what about tema news?
Well, if you believe the Guardian... this is their suggested starting XI
Martin, Cardoso, Diop, Reid,
Masuaku, Zabaleta, Sánchez, Coventry, Anderson, Yarmolenko, Ajeti,Holland
Pellegrinin claims the best XI will start the game... but who's the best out of that shower of underperforming idiots?
Our best defender is suspended - Diop has picks up 5 cautions...
Lanzini is out injured, so is Fabianski... Wilshere... who cares...
Will anderson get a chance to pull his socks up or be left to rue his lack of ambition and effort on the bench?
Following his picture posing with Iron Maiden, will Zabaleta get the call up to the first team?
The only real no bargainer should be that Antonio starts and hopefully his attitude and commitment rubs off on the rest of the team.
Reasonable 7:00am kick-off tomorrow morning, so not the 4:30am nightmare of last week.
Chelsea are unbeaten in 13 league games at home to West Ham since a 3-2 defeat in September 2002 (W9, D4).
The Hammers have won just one of their last seven league matches against the Blues (D3, L3), with that coming under David Moyes in December 2017.
The Hammers are winless in seven league games (D2, L5).
They have lost their last three matches, conceding three goals in each defeat.
West Ham have lost 99 Premier League London derby matches, more than any other side.
Michail Antonio has scored in each of his last three Premier League London derby appearances.
West Ham goalkeeper Roberto has, on average, conceded a goal every 41 minutes this season - compared to one every 72 minutes when Lukasz Fabianski plays.
Sebastien Haller scored three goals in his first three Premier League appearances but has netted just once in his subsequent nine.
So, nothing to get your hopes up from the stats... we'll see how the reality shapes up.
See ya in the morning.