Last Updated: 21/09/13 7:21pm
So Chelsea end the week with a much-needed win and go top of the table, while Fulham will rue Darren Bent's miss in the first half. Thanks for looking in!
Fine work from Terry in defence after a knock down from Rodallega went towards Bent, deep into stoppage time.
Richardson forces Cech to push the ball away at the near post - a cross? A shot? Not sure, but Fulham make nothing from the corner.
'Shoooooooooot' is the cry every time Mikel gets the ball, even 70 yards from goal. Lampard tries from a lot nearer, but it rolls straight at Stockdale.
Rob Diamond in Salford: 'Mikel scored!!!!! Oscar still can't pass but he can score. Mourinho I have an egg on my face... Come on Chelsea.'
Terry knocks down a corner, and Mikel, side on to goal, swivels to lash the ball home past Stockdale. His first goal for 258 games! That's it, nothing to see now.
Still nothing to fear for Chelsea from their visitors, Petr Cech could have brought something to read for the second half.
Sidwell runs into the area, but Terry expoertly blocks him off to ensure Cech can collect. Years of experience in that bit of play from 'JT'.
Kasami's cross is cut out, then Chelsea break but Torres is closed down quickly before he can threaten anything.
Oscar tries a trick too far and passes the ball neatly out of play. Is Darren Bent still on the pitch? He's barely featured in this half.
Yes, Amorebieta caught Ramires with a clip in the area on the replays, but Andre Marriner said no penalty. Ramires not happy at all.
Sidwell loses the ball to Oscar, eventually Ramires goes to ground in the area but no penalty. A dive then? No yellow card either.
All the play is in Fulham's half at the moment, Chelsea toying with Fulham but not going for the jugular as yet.
Chelsea look much happier having carved out that goal, Eto'o and Schurrle having opportunities in quick succession.
Chris J, Brentwood: 'At the risk of sounding like a scouser everyone needs to calm down! Jose, it seems, has a different brief this time around, last time it was win at all costs, this time Mr A wants the team to play a more attractive style of football and this will take time, even for one of the best coaches in the world!'
Ramires has half a chance, latching onto Oscar's pass across, but Hangeland gets in the way for a corner.
Kasami slips in a free kick over the Chelsea defence, and a surprised Sidwell has the ball hit him on the head rather than he go to it. It flies wide - but that was a chance.
Relief all round for the Blues. What can Fulham do? Their plan has been to contain, have they got enough to get back ionto this?
Schurrle did well on the left, Stockdale palmed the ball away low straight to Oscar, who steadied himself before placing just past Richardson from six yards out.
No.3 actually gets into the area, but it's too high for any blue shirts. Richardson then does well to snuff out Ivanovic and concedes - you guessed it - another corner.
Oscar's corner does not beat the first man, then he gets a scond chance, which in turns forces a third corner.
Plenty of options for Mr Mourinho if he wants to make changes, although Juan Mata is not one of them...
Rob Diamond from Salford. 'Chelsea have absolutely no chance of winning this or any other games if they continue to pick Mikel. He offers nothing to the team, he cannot pass and he definitely cannot score. If as Mourinho says that Oscar is our best player then we need help big time!!! He lacks the final pass and gives the ball away constantly. Come on Mourinho what's the Mata with you?'
Ron Oswald is not happy: 'So far Chelsea's lack of any power up front is the key factor. They might have guile but somebody has to get on the end of it and finish things off. The ball won't float into the net by itself!'
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Chris Green in Huddersfield: 'Fulham may not winning, but they've certainly not allowed the Blues to dominate. In football, surprises can happen, so if Fulham can create a chance out of nothing and take it, we could be in for a huge shock, which would just about end Mourinho's week in the worst-possible fashion.'
The resulting corner is beaten away,then Hazard's low shot from out of the area is stabbed away by a Fulham foot. They break downfield to win a corner.
Stockdale and Richardson combine to deny Ivanovic, who latched onto to a rasping shot after good work from Cole on the opposite side of the box.
Nice long pass from Parker (or 'Scotty' Parker as many say) finds Richardson in space, but he is closed down very quickly by Ivanovic. Defences on top at the moment.
Fulham get a corner this time, but once again the defences hold sway. Not much in terms of goal mouth action to get excited about at the moment, I'm sorry to report.
Eto'o rises to a cross from the right, but the ball skims off his head and goes sideways. The Cameroon international has looked lively today.
So, Fulham have missed the best chance, while Chelsea have had the most of the posession but with no end result.
Solid defending from Fulham leads to Ivanovic giving away a free kick angrily, breaking up some home possession.
Eto'o wins a corner, but its a poor one from Schurrle, all the way over the top and Fulham eventually get a free kick to clear. Messy from Chelsea so far when they need to be clinical.
Cech has to clear as the ball rolls across his six yard box, other than that Fulham have not threatened since that fluffed chance from Bent.
Chelsea win a corner, Stockdale touches it away at the last second with Cahil and Ramires in the vicinity.
Ramires hooks in a dipping volleyed pass that Hangeland has to nod away inside his area with Eto'o lurking.
Sidwell vs Ramires is shaping up nicely, with the Fulham player giving away a free kick in a challenge on his counterpart in blue.
Ramires has shaken off that challenge, finding Svchurrle with a cute pass, Chelsea then winning a corner.
Ramires walks off groggily after landing heavily, having gone over in an aerial challenge with Richardson.
Riether collides with Hazard in the back, Hazard goes to ground in the area but no penalty is given, although the Fulham defender looked worried.
Bent misses a greaty chance! One on one with Cech, Bent drills the ball low but the keeper is equal to it.
Ivanovic picks out Schurrle with a cross from the right, Schurrle swings but cannot connect and a chance goes begging.
Petr Cech comes out of his area to head the ball away as Darren Bent hoves into view, trying to latch on to a long ball up the middle of the pitch.
Graeme Ladds: 'Am in at work - still long time to go, so come on Chelsea forget Basel and do the business. 3-0 - I need the motivation and energy to stay!'
Ivonovic whips in a cross towards Eto'o whose flick skims across the face of the goal - the striker could not get enough purchase on it.
A free kick for Chelsea from the left is whipped in but does not reach Ivanovic, who then has track the ball all the way back to his own area.
Sascha Riether forces a throw in close to Chelsea's bye line, then Oscar trips over his laces in midfield after the Blues move up the pitch.
The teams are out on the pitch as Messrs Mourinho and Jol exchange pleasantries. We're nearly ready, but keep your comments coming in to me @TimOscroft on Twitter or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Let me know exactly who and where you are!
Fulham have ground out 0-0 draws on each of the last two times they have made the short trip up the road to Stamford Bridge in the Premier League.
More bafflement at Jose Mourinho's team selection from David E-W in Marlow: 'Love Jose but don't understand no Mata and Lukaku loaned out is he in full control?'
The last time Fulham won at Chelsea was 27 October 1979, when Britain's number one single was....'One day at a time' by Lena Martell. No, me neither. The week before it was 'Video killed the radio star' by Buggles, which I do remember, and is a stone-cold classic.
David Clark in Sydney, Australia, burning the midnight oil: 'With this strange team selection you must ask has JoMo lost his MoJo?'
Hmm, so is the love-in with Jose already turning sour? Not from the laughter that accompanies his press conferences at least, but is it too early in the season for anyone to be worried? Is today the ideal game for Chelsea to hit back? And what do Fulham fans think of their prospects? Let me know.
Ron Oswald: 'After all the questions so far this season it looks like Jose in fact knows what his best team looks like. More or less the one he puts out today. Now the question is going to be whether he has it right. My money is on him getting it right!'
Some interesting opinions on the team selection already coming in, from Matt Batcxhelor for one: 'Having been going to Chelsea for 15 years I can honestly say Wednesday was the worst performance I have ever seen at Stamford Bridge. These Chelsea boys need to up their game today against Fulham and produce a big win! 3-0 Chelsea with Oscar, Hazard and Schurrle all netting.'
Fulham make three changes from their last starting XI, bringing in Amorebieta, Duff and Bent for Senderos, Ruiz and Berbatov.
For Chelsea, Terry, Ramires, Mikel, and Schurrle come in, with Lampard, Luiz, Willian and van Ginkel from the side that started against Basle dropping out. There is no place for Juan Mata, even on the bench. What will Chelsea fans think of that?
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Fulham: Stockdale; Riether, Hangeland, Amorebieta, Richardson; Duff, Sidwell, Parker, Kacaniklic Kasami; Bent. Subs: Etheridge, Senderos, Karagounis, Taarabt, Rodallega, Zverotic Na Bangna.
Chelsea: Cech; Ivanovic, Cahill, Terry (c), Cole; Ramires, Mikel; Schurrle, Oscar, Hazard; Eto'o. Subs: Schwarzer, Azpilicueta, Essien, Lampard, De Bruyne, Willian, Torres.