Chelsea get their Premier League campaign back under way on Saturday as they travel to Leicester City looking to build on their back-to-back victories.
The Blues had a difficult start to the season with the defeat to Burnley, but before the international break sealed wins over Tottenham Hotspur and Everton to get back in track.
And the man in charge of the match has had a difficult start to his season himself after a controversial match between Southampton and West Ham.
Lee Mason will be the referee for the match at the King Power Stadium this weekend, and one of the league’s top referees had a difficult second match of the season at St Mary’s.
Mason rightly sent off West Ham’s Marko Arnautovic, however then gave a soft penalty in the last minute for a push from Pablo Zabaleta on Charlie Austin, with the latter then slotting the spot-kick into the back of the net for the win.
Harry Lennard and Matthew Wilkes will run the line for the game, while Roger East is the fourth official.