Chelsea will be aiming to make it four wins in four this Saturday when they host Swansea as they look to be boosted by news that Diego Costa is fit to play despite recently pulling out of international duty, Mirror reports.
The 25-year-old took part in Spain’s match last Thursday when they lost to France, but the striker picked up a hamstring knock forcing him out of the following fixture.
Despite also suffering a similar problem towards the end of the previous season, Blues medical staff have played down the seriousness of his condition as they hinted he could very well be back in the starting 11.
Costa was also a doubt for the Everton game two weekends ago, but still managed to be named in the first team as well as having the ability to bag two addition goals.
Should the Spanish attacker be rested in the match against the Swans, Jose Mourinho will still have new signing Loic Remy and returning club hero Didier Drogba to choose from.