Chelsea recorded a vital 2-0 victory over Everton to boost their top four hopes.
Ben Godfrey and Jorginho’s penalty ensured that the unbeaten under Thomas Tuchel continues with another impressive display.
The German manager tweaked the team with Kai Havertz starting as a false nine, Kante and Mount dropped to the bench.
The rotation did not affect Chelsea as they dominated possession from the beginning before finding the breakthrough just before halftime when Kai Havertz’s strike deflected off Ben Godfrey to sail into the net.
Havertz was fouled by Pickford in the second half to allow Jorginho score from the spot.
Thomas Tuchel has become the first manager in Premier League history to see his side keep a clean sheet in each of his first five home games in charge in the competition.