The Spaniard missed last week’s important victory over Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley thanks to picked up a red card in the opening weekend fixture against Burnley.
However, Chelsea should see a change of system going in to the match against the Toffees – as Antonio Conte could benefit from playing a more attacking lineup.
Whilst the system against Spurs worked, and the temptation would be to keep that shape and just introduce Cesc Fabregas straight back in to the midfield is there, Pedro should be the choice Conte goes for.
If there’s anything that Everton’s defence would be weak against, it’s pace – and playing Pedro and Willian either side of Morata up front should give Chelsea their best chance of exposing the visitor’s weaknesses.
The starting line up should stay largely the same for the Blues bar Pedro coming in – replacing Antonio Rudiger in defence who has looked more shakey than Andreas Christensen.
Tiemoue Bakayoko has done more than enough to keep his place in central midfield after a fantastic debut performance at Wembley – with N’Golo Kante helping to create a solid wall in front of the back four.
Morata should again be given the nod up front ahead of Michy Batshuayi as the club-record signing looks to build on his opening weekend goal.
Predicted line up (3-4-3): Courtois; Azpilicueta, Christensen, Luiz; Alonso, Kante, Bakayoko, Moses; Pedro, Morata, Willian