Chelsea will look to maintain the four point gap between them and Tottenham Hotspur at the top of the Premier League table when Antonio Conte's league leaders travel to Goodison Park to take on Champions League chasing Everton in Sunday's mid-afternoon fixture.
With the two respective squads being confirmed by the clubs on social media, via Dream Team FC, it appears that the guy in charge of Chelsea's Twitter page seems to be stuck in 2015, with former Blues keeper Petr Cech - who currently marshals the sticks for fellow London rivals Arsenal - being included in Chelsea's projected starting 11.
The guy running Chelsea's account today REALLY misses Petr Cech pic.twitter.com/bldQYmUzLN— Dream Team (@dreamteamfc) 30 April 2017
Cech left to join the Gunners in the summer of 2015, so it's certainly been a while since the Czech Republic international has pulled on the keeper's jersey at Stamford Bridge.
Although Thibaut Courtois and Cech are similar in stature, they're quite distinguishable in their appearance, so it's a bit of a palm to the face moment for Chelsea's evidently unobservant social media managers.
Cech will actually be in Arsene Wenger's squad for the north London derby against Spurs on Sunday afternoon - White Hart Lane and Merseyside have a fair distance between them, and Cech's arms surely can't stretch that far.
Cech will indeed meet up with his former employers one last time before the end of the season is up, though.
The 34-year-old's current team take on Chelsea in the FA Cup final on the 27th of May, so perhaps at the end of the encounter, win or lose, Cech may swap shirts at the final whistle, but that would undoubtedly be the closest he's likely to get to wearing his old club strip again.