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Tottenham Preview: A Must Win!!


By Since66
May 8 2013

Three points tonight and Chelsea’s place in next seasons Champions League will almost be cemented like slow drying filler, regardless of the results in our final two games, away to Villa then home to Everton. Goal difference could play a part in the final assessment  – As it stands at the moment – Chelsea +34, Arsenal +31, Tottenham +18.

A Chelsea win will see The Blues go 4 points clear of Arsenal and 6 ahead of Tottenham with all three teams having two league games to play.

At his pre-match ‘presser’ yesterday Fatty announced that Oriel Romeu, out with cruciate ligament damage for the whole of the season, could play a part as Chelsea will be without Mikel as well as Ryan Bertrand.

After missing Sunday’s surreal victory over the Champions at Old Trafford, Eden Hazard is fully fit and is expected to start.

What team will Fatty start? Who knows!

Rotation, rotation, rotation!

Of Romeu, Hazard, Bertrand and Mikel Fatty said, “Hazard was training in a normal training session. He is fine, he is in the squad.

“Mikel is not available, he is still in some pain.

“Bertrand is not available with a problem with his knee, nothing serious.

“Oriel Romeu could be available if I ask him because he is training really well. He is pushing in every training session. He is training so well we are considering playing him.”




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