All over. A fine effort from Leicester in the second half but Chelsea have done enough.
- Morata heads visitors in front
- Kante doubles lead against former club
- Vardy for Leicester from penalty spot
- Leicester have earned 19 points out of a possible 24 at home with Craig Shakespeare as manager
- Chelsea have not won a Premier League away fixture in the month of September in any of the last four seasons (D4, L3)
That's a corker of a run from Riyad Mahrez, through to Andy on the right, who shoots and his strike goes just beyond Jamie Vardy's head!
He's got acres of space to the left as he's teed up by Hazard, but his strike is low and without power and Schmeichel saves it low down.
Chelsea make a mess of that.
WIllian prods a short pass to Davide Zappacosta, who threads the ball through to Marcos Alonso - who is miles off side.
We've got four minutes of stoppage time ahead - and we'll start it with a Chelsea free-kick as Hazard is brought down.
A short corner ends up in Rudiger's pass but there's nothing doing, before Willian crashes a fine strike just beyond the post!
There was some sensational curve on that - the ball started wide and just kissed the far post as it went out.
Chelsea have woken up again, as Hazard drives into the box and Ndidi stubs the ball out for a Chelsea corner. It's their ninth of the game, in comparison to Leicester's two.
An almighty appeal from Alvaro Morata as he's convinced the ball has struck Harry Maguire on the hand.
The referee says no - Maguire had his arm thrown out and the ball, fired straight at him, did strike him on the hand.
Eden Hazard finds new boy Davide Zappacosta lurking on the right, he shoots and the ball rolls just across the face of the goal.
Riyad Mahrez tries to be a bit too cute, tapping the ball through Antonio Rudiger's legs, but the Chelsea man is having none of it.
He gets enough of a touch on it to send it safely out of play.
A change for both sides: Matt James, after that collision with Moses, is off, replaced by Kelechi Iheanacho.
Meanwhile, Cesc Fabregas heads off for Chelsea to be replaced by Eden Hazard.
A beautiful cross from Christian Fuchs down the left misses Jamie Vardy by inches, and Courtiois, leaping to collect, collides with David Luiz in the process.
Riyad Mahrez surges down the right and a challenge by Antonio Rudiger hands the Foxes a throw that comes to nothing.
Meanwhile, Antonio Conte is furiously whispering instructions to Eden Hazard on the sidelines.
And indeed, Victor Moses is coming off - and taking plenty of time about it.
He's been replaced by new boy Davide Zappacosta, on for his Chelsea debut.
A bit of argy-bargy between Vardy and the referee comes to nothing, as David Luiz waves a hand to deflate the situation. Moses has carried on but he looks a little uncomfortable to me, while Matty James has made his way off the pitch.
Leicester win a free kick and Wes Morgan swings it in teasingly, but it's Alvaro Morata who gets their first and heads the ball away.
The referee then stops play as Matty James and Victor Moses collide - both of them went for the ball and both ended up cracking into each other. Ouch.
David Luiz goes for the full showboat, taking a cross high on his right foot, and ends up hoofing it way over the bar.
Chelsea keep pushing as Moses comes into the net but he's dispossessed by a sprawling Demarai Gray. Chelsea want a penalty - Conte is in full arm flapping mode - but the referee says no. It did touch Gray's arm.
Marcos Alonso eventally sprays the ball high over the net.
That's perked Leicester up a bit, as a Vardy header drifts just wide of the far post.
Demarai Gray chests down a natty back pass but Chelsea wrestle back possession, before a frustrated Fuchs fouls Willian.
A change for Chelsea - off goes Pedro and on comes Willian.