The Countdown To West Brom Away – Will Chelsea Clinch The Title?

This time tomorrow, Antonio Conte, his staff and the entire Chelsea squad will be preparing for the game that all blues fans hope will signal the end of the hunt for this season’s Premier League title. Standing in Chelsea’s way are a West Brom side, currently 8th in the table with very little to play for. However, The Baggies will be playing their last home fixture of the season and will want to entertain The Hawthorns faithful even though they haven’t won in 6 games. Chelsea in contrast are in a rich vein of form in front of goal having scored 14 goals in their last 4 matches.

During his pre match press conference the Italian remained confident that Chelsea can secure what would be a 6th League title, but humbly reiterated the importance to stay focused. He added that there are no new injury worries. He also paid great respect to West Brom. A trait he is becoming renowned for.

​Conte says he is not worried about the physical condition of the players. He says it is good. #CFC

Conte says he has to thank the club, the players and the staff for working so hard to change things.  #CFC

Conte says when West Brom came to Stamford Bridge this season they played a great match, which is why we must pay attention. #CFC

Conte reports that the players are very focused and concentrated, and realise what an important moment this is.  #CFC

Conte emphasises that tomorrow’s game is against a tough team and the atmosphere can be hot there, but it is something to enjoy.  #CFC

Antonio Conte reports no injuries ahead of tomorrow’s game. All players are available. #CFC

Take a look at Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC):
Whether the pensioners will secure the title tomorrow or have to wait till possibly Sunday (If Tottenham lose to Manchester United) or on Monday evening at Stamford Bridge against Watford. This season has no doubt seen a remarkable turnaround after last season’s problems.

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