2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
10-2-4, 3rd in English Premier League
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7hPA Sport

Prem sides to learn UCL pairings on Monday

The five English clubs who created history by qualifying for the Champions League knockout stages will learn their fate when the draw for the last 16.

Conte: 'Impossible' to think Chelsea are in title race (0:48)
Burley's Tactical Analysis: How West Ham stifled Chelsea (3:01)
1dMichael Cox

What's wrong with Conte and Chelsea?

Antonio Conte is undoubtedly the right man to keep pushing Chelsea forward but his days may be numbered if he can't fix some significant issues.

2dLiam Twomey

Chelsea retaining title 'impossible' - Conte

Antonio Conte admitted that Chelsea are not in the title race after suffering their fourth Premier League defeat of the season at West Ham United.

Cahill: Chelsea were 'miles off' the pace (0:47)
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2dMichael Cox

West Ham stun Chelsea in 1-0 win

Chelsea turned in their worst performance under Antonio Conte as an early Marko Arnautovic goal led to a comfortable 1-0 win for West Ham.

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2dPA Sport

Arnautovic nets as West Ham beat Chelsea

Marko Arnautovic struck the winner as West Ham beat Chelsea 1-0 at the London Stadium to record their first Premier League win since September.

West Ham 1-0 Chelsea: Hammers stun Blues (1:47)
Chelsea's Morata pulls his shot just wide (0:38)
Should West Ham have been awarded a penalty? (0:20)
WATCH: Batshuayi keeps warm on Chelsea bench (0:19)
Arnautovic curler puts West Ham ahead early (0:55)
Conte backs Hazard for future Ballon d'Or success (1:03)
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3dMark Worrall

Chelsea must avoid complacency

The Blues have won six of their past seven top-flight games, but must maintain focus against a scrappy West Ham team led by new manager David Moyes.

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3dIan Holyman

Hazard targets UCL, in no hurry to move

Eden Hazard says he would love to end his Chelsea career by winning the Champions League, adding he has no reason to leave the club.

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference153rd
Goals Scored28Tied-5th
Goals Conceded134th