FOOTBALL: European champions Chelsea will be looking to get their first Champions League win of the new campaign when they take on FC Nordsjaelland in Denmark tomorrow night.
The Blues twice surrendered leads against Juventus on matchday one to draw 2-2, but will go into the match with Nordsjaelland with confidence after winning at local rivals Arsenal on Saturday.
Chelsea are currently first in the Premier League after six matches, six points clear of second-placed Everton.
Nordsjaelland have had a similarly promising start to the season. They sit third in the Danish SAS Ligaen Superliga after 11 games.
Nordsjaelland head coach Kasper Hjulmand has no new injury worries, Joe Sise a long-term absentee.
Chelsea, too, have few injury concerns aside from Daniel Sturridge, who has a hamstring injury.
The west Londoners have hit the back of the net in each of their last 15 Champions League games - and few would bet against them extending that run tomorrow against a team enjoying their first appearance in the competition this season.