Diego Costa, Eden Hazard and Victor Moses all register as Chelsea cruise to a 3-0 win over champions Leicester City at Stamford Bridge.
And Hazard, whose goal was his third in the league this season, is thoroughly enjoying the strategy.
Players on both sides wore black armbands on Saturday.
At least it is better that it is happening now than the end of the season.
The Foxes briefly rallied after the break with a decent spell of possession and Luiz nearly handed them a route back into the game when got a touch on Albrighton's cross but, luckily for the Chelsea defender, the ball came crashing back off the post and away to safety.
Chelsea, meanwhile are up to fifth, and following three games without a win, are looking good once again.
The last time Leicester walked out onto the Stamford Bridge pitch, they were given a guard of honour by Chelsea's players to mark the culmination of their astonishing title triumph.
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Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has declared John Terry fit for Saturday's visit from Leicester City, but has remained coy on the possibility of the club captain starting the game.
"If we scored the goal when we create a chance we can re-open the match. I like him and these types of players, those who put the team before himself".
The Spaniard is 10/11 odds on to score anytime, while team mate and former Leicester City midfielder Ngolo Kante is 13/2 to find the back of the net against his former employers.
"I am very, very happy with Amartey, improving in every match".
"In these two games we have conceded zero goals and not lost our offensive play".
He added: "My celebration was for Willy". "For us, it's important to stay together. They are very organised, strong, and we must be focused". We do miss him, but we have to move on.