We've got what promises to be one of the fixtures of the season on Saturday as Tottenham host north London rivals Arsenal live on talkSPORT at 12:30pm, while there is plenty of action elsewhere too.
The players returned to training at Cobham yesterday after three days off as focus switches to Monday's league visit of West Brom to Stamford Bridge. "It is hard to win every year", Hazard told ESPN FC. This year we have less time to be ready for the games.
Antonio Conte's job appears to be safe at the moment, though a poor result against the Baggies could perhaps be the final straw with the Blues not losing three league games in row since October 1999.
Eden Hazard believes Chelsea's problems this season are partly due to the team's participation in the Champions League.
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Household consumption growth is expected to remain relatively subdued, reflecting weak real income growth. The projection now is that the next interest rate rise could be in May.
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And he's sounded off on Spurs' lethal frontman: "He is a great player, in the last two years he has already been the top scorer". I always feel happy when I return.
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"That's why we love football - if there is only one team that wins it would be boring".
"Our solid business model has allowed us to invest in the future of the club with the extension of Jose Mourinho's contract as manager and the acquisition of Alexis Sanchez", Executive Vice Chairman Ed Woodward said. If you look at what he's done from a wide perspective - as a winger - and to be a goal behind Harry Kane in the golden boot is absolutely wonderful.
Current Barcelona manager Ernesto Valverde, however, can not see why Conte is facing such speculation, given his achievements after arriving at Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2016.
English football giant Manchester United on Thursday said its core quarterly earnings dipped because of rising wages for its players after its return to the UEFA Champions League. "There is not too much to think about".