Chelsea interim manager Guus Hiddink has revealed that Eden Hazard is back in contention to play for the Blues against Premier League leaders Arsenal on Sunday.
The Belgian forward, who was the West London side's star player as they won the title last year but has not scored in 27 appearances this term, has missed Chelsea's last three games with a groin strain.
Hiddink said at his press conference today that Hazard had trained fully this week and was fit to start at the Emirates.
Hiddink also revealed that striker Diego Costa had not been able to feature regularly in training this week but would still be available to play on Sunday.
Champions Chelsea are 14th in the table, just four points above the relegation zone and 19 behind the pace being set by Arsenal and Leicester City.