Gary Cahill looked to have been fouled on the way to Swansea’s second goal and despite Diego Costa’s late equaliser, Antonio Conte’s side could only salvage a point.
The Blues will be focused on getting back to winning ways this Friday night. Chelsea will also welcome back Davis Luiz into the side, with John Terry out with an ankle injury.
As for Liverpool, they come into the game after a 4-1 thrashing of league champions Leicester. Jurgen Klopp will want his side to continue this form as they travel to Stamford Bridge.
Daniel Sturridge: The Liverpool striker was once a Chelsea player but it did not work out for him at Stamford Bridge. He was eventually sold to Liverpool after a loan spell at Bolton Wanderers.
Liverpool have only beaten Chelsea once in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge since 2011.
Former Chelsea player, Glen Johnson, scored the winner in the 87th minute to give Liverpool a 2-1 victory.