Chelsea travel to Holland to take on partner club Vitesse Arnhem in the third game of their preseason tour of Europe.
The Dutch side have had a very cordial relationship with the Blues, with many Chelsea youngsters including Lucas Piazon, Patrick van Aanholt and Christian Atsu being loaned out to the GelreDome over the years.
However, all friendships will be forgotten when these two sides meet on Wednesday, with both sides looking to get a positive result as they prepare for the new season.
Having won three out of their last four preseason fixtures, Chelsea will be favourites to win this game, despite them being without their key players including Oscar, Eden Hazard, Willian and Andre Schurrle.
However, new signings Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas have looked in good touch as both played a part in Chelsea's 2-1 win over Sloveninan side Olimpija Ljubljana on Sunday.
While Fabregas is expected to do well at Chelsea due to his earlier experience in the Premier League with Arsenal, Costa may find it difficult to adapt to the style of play in England.
Still, Chelsea legend Didier Drogba, who recently re-signed with the club on a one-year deal, feels that Costa, who scored 27 goals from 35 La Liga games last season, will make a big impact in the Premier league next season.
"I've been watching Diego play over the last few years and the first time I saw him I really liked him as a player," Drogba told ESPN. "I like his character, he's solid, he can score goals and he's also technically gifted. He likes people to respect him and that's important."
Despite the Blues not recording convincing wins in their preseaon fixtures, Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho says that he is pleased with his side's performance.
"We don't need matches where we win 5-0 or 8-0, we need difficult matches," Mourinho told Chelsea's official website. "Winning or not winning is not the most important thing at this moment; the most important thing is to compete."
Meanwhile, Vitesse Arnhem will also be hoping to get a positive result in this game despite not being in the same league as Chelsea.
Although the Dutch side have never won the Eredivisie title in their 122-year-old history, of late, they have been making it to the qualifying rounds of the Europa League.
The on-loan players from Chelsea have all played a part in the Dutch side's recent success, and Bertrand Traore and Wallace, who are both currently on a season-long loan at Vitesse Arnhem, will be looking to prove themselves against their parent club on Wednesday.
Where to Watch Live:
The match between Vitesse Arnhem and Chelsea is set to kick-off on 30 June at 7:30 pm CEST (6:30 pm BST and 11:00 pm IST), with live coverage on Chelsea TV worldwide. The match can also be watched via live streaming online by viewers in India and the rest of the world HERE.