Premier League: Chelsea miss chance to close gap on Manchester United after goalless draw at Everton
Chelsea wasted a chance to move level on points with second placed Manchester United as Everton maintained their improvement under Sam Allardyce in a 0-0 draw at Goodison Park on Saturday.
League Cup: Chelsea's Antonio Conte to hand young stars chance to prove themselves against Bournemouth
Conte could start with Kenedy, Michy Batshuayi and Danny Drinkwater while teenagers Ethan Ampadu, Callum Hudson-Odoi and Dujon Sterling are also in contention.
Premier League: Mesut Ozil's stunning strike helps Arsenal beat Newcastle United; Chelsea edge past Southampton
Chelsea kept their faint Premier League title hopes alive with a 1-0 win over Southampton, while Mesut Ozil's stunning strike fired Arsenal to a 1-0 victory against Newcastle United.
"Roma proved to have more hunger, more desire, more will to fight and to beat us. We lacked everything," complained Conte.
Premier League: Chelsea can't afford to lose any more games if they want to defend title, says Marcos Alonso
Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso admitted on Tuesday that the Premier League champions cannot afford to lose another match if they want to successfully defend the title.
Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi came off the bench to snatch a 2-1 win at Atletico Madrid on Wednesday with the last kick of the game, taking Antonio Conte’s side top of Champions League Group C.
Premier League: Alvaro Morata's hat-trick helps Chelsea stroll to comfortable victory over Stoke City
Pedro also scored for Antonio Conte's side, who remained just three points off the top of the table with their title defence gathering steam.
As things stands, it would be smarter to go with the known devil than opting for an unknown one, and despite the ruckus it causes the transfer window is better the way it is, at least till a better, universal plan is developed.
Antonio Conte said he would be happy for Chelsea to creep up on the rails in the Premier League title race following their clinical 2-1 victory over Tottenham Hotspur.
Full-back was something of a problem area for Liverpool last season. Manager Jurgen Klopp was heavily dependent on Nathaniel Clyne at right-back and became so disillusioned with Alberto Moreno's performances on the other flank that midfielder James Milner ended up slotting in at left-back for the entire season.
Antonio Conte said his Chelsea players' performance in the 2-1 victory over Tottenham was the response of champions after a tricky opening to the season.
Premier League: Marcos Alonso double secures Chelsea win, spoils Tottenham Hotspur's Wembley homecoming
Alonso struck either side of a late Michy Batshuayi own goal to get Chelsea back to winning ways after their opening 3-2 loss at home to Burnley.
Disjointed and embarrassed in the first half, Chelsea threatened to mount the most unlikely of comebacks in a stirring second-half display but failed in the end
Premier League preview: Chelsea's poor transfer window performance could prove costly in title defence
Over the last decade, Chelsea have seemed to lost some of their ruthlessness in the transfer window, which could cost them dear as they attempt to defend the Premier League trophy
Antonio Conte transformed the foundations of Chelsea en route to taking them to Premier League title
After a resounding 0-3 loss at Arsenal in September, Antonio Conte switched to a back three in defence which transformed Chelsea into an unstoppable force — the club won their next 13 league games.
Cesc Fabregas urged Chelsea to wrap up the Premier League title after the leaders moved within touching distance of the silverware.
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte said his side were "another little step" from the Premier League title after they crushed Middlesbrough 3-0.
Cesc Fabregas sparkled as Chelsea moved to within touching distance of the Premier League title & condemned Middlesbrough to relegation with a 3-0 home win.
Chelsea players owe the Premier League title to the fans, but more importantly, they owe it to Antonio Conte for lifting them out of their agony and putting them on the pedestal once again.
"Six finals" await Chelsea in the Premier League run-in after a 2-0 loss at Manchester United that leaves their title chances at only "50 percent", manager Antonio Conte said.