2017 Season

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2017 Schedule
5-1-3, 4th in English Premier League
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Darke: Chelsea are like a soap opera (1:05)
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9hPhil Lythell

Chelsea are flawed, but implosion unlikely

Chelsea have a habit of imploding the year after a title. While this Blues team may be flawed, a repeat of Jose Mourinho's doomed 15-16 is unlikely.

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How Watford exposed Chelsea's weaknesses (2:30)
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19hNick Miller

Chelsea succeed where Mourinho failed

Chelsea and Manchester United displayed two very different attitudes to going behind at the weekend, leaving Jose Mourinho with plenty of work to do.

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20hGreg Lea

Chelsea's Cahill: Title race is still open

Result lifted the defending champions into fourth place, although Manchester City's win over Burnley means they remain nine points adrift of top spot.

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1dLiam Twomey

Conte not worried about losing Chelsea job

Antonio Conte insisted that he is not like the previous Chelsea managers sacked by Roman Abramovich and does not fear losing his job.

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Premier League Quotes of the Day (0:59)
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Top 5 Premier League Goals of the Day (1:45)
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Premier League: Chelsea and City win, United shocked (1:34)
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Burley's Tactical Analysis: Chelsea win deceiving (2:37)
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Conte: I trust in my work (1:35)
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3dMark Worrall

Batshuayi gets 9/10 from bench

After woeful defending gave Watford a second-half lead, Antonio Conte's introduction of Michy Batshuayi at the hour mark proved to be an inspired one.

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3dLiam Twomey

Chelsea's Conte is not feeling job pressure

Antonio Conte said he is determined to focus on the "positive aspects" of Chelsea's recent form after Michy Batshuayi rescued a win over Watford.

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Conte: Batshuayi's goals good for confidence (1:04)
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3dMichael Cox

Cox: Chelsea comeback keeps hopes alive

Chelsea's 4-2 comeback win over Watford saw the defending champions avoid three straight Premier League losses and kept them in the title hunt.

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Chelsea 4-2 Watford: Champions rally late (3:11)
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Batshuayi adds Chelsea's fourth (1:08)

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference74th
Goals Scored17Tied-4th
Assists143rd
Goals Conceded10Tied-7th