Chelsea boss Graham Potter has started Mykhailo Mudryk for the first time since the 1-0 defeat to Borussia Dortmund in Germany a month ago.
Mudryk comes in for the injured Raheem Sterling and joins Kai Havertz and Joao Felix in attack.
Explaining why he opted to start Mudryk against Leicester City, Potter said: “He brings pace and power that is going to be important.
“He gives a different dimension to the game. He’s a young player that has been fighting to get in the team. He’s ready to help, so a good time for him with Raheem unavailable.”