Chelsea 1-1 Liverpool
1-0: Eden Hazard 25′
1-1: Daniel Sturridge 89′
Liverpool made nine changes to the side that faced Maurizio Sarri's side midweek, with Virgil van Dijk being one of several key players to come in.
The Reds started well as they looked for a seventh consecutive win in the Premier League, with Mohamed Salah having several opportunities to put the visitors ahead.
However, it was Chelsea that took the lead half way through the first-half, with Wednesday's match-winner Eden Hazard moving away from Joe Gomez and netting past Alisson from the left corner of the box.
Chelsea dominated the midfield area for large spells, with Jorginho and Mateo Kovacic impressing for the Blues.
Salah once again had the opportunity to fire the Reds level when he rounded Kepa in goal, however his shot was blocked on the line by Antonio Rudiger as the home side went into the break ahead.
The Egyptian - who looked below par for much of the game - was involved once again when he was fought off the ball in the Chelsea half. Hazard then broke away and looked odds-on to double the home side's advantage, however Alisson made an impressive save against the Belgian.
Roberto Firmino could have then levelled the scores as the Reds increased the pressure with 20 minutes to go. His header was blocked on the line by David Luiz, after James Milner impressively found the Brazilian in the box.
The striker didn't take long to make an impact as he scored his 50th Premier League goal for Liverpool with a stunning strike from the outside of the box - his first in four years.
Both sides pushed on as they looked for a winner, however Sturridge's strike proved to be decisive as the two shared a point each.
Chelsea: Arrizabalaga, Azpilicueta, Luiz, Rudiger, Alonso, Jorginho, Kante, Kovavic (Barkley 80), Willian (Moses 73), Hazard, Giroud (Morata 64).
Liverpool: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson, Henderson (Keita 78), Wijnaldum, Milner (Sturridge 86), Salah (Shaqiri 66), Firmino, Mane.
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