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Hazard warns of dangers as Chelsea edge towards title

21 April 2017, 07:16 | Andy Ferguson

Hazard warns of dangers as Chelsea edge towards title

Hazard warns of dangers as Chelsea edge towards title

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte insists that the Premier League title race is still open despite his side sitting seven points clear of Tottenham Hotspur.

Spurs, now second in the league, completed a remarkable comeback to defeat Swansea City 3-1 on Wednesday, while Chelsea remained on course for their fifth league title with a 2-1 win over fourth-placed Manchester City.

"We have to think about the last seven, eight games left to get in the Champions League".

Kompany was making his first start in the top flight since November, while Delph also completed 90 minutes having been selected in a Premier League starting XI by Guardiola for the first time. "We must think that Tottenham could win all their games".

"It is a big win", the Belgian playmaker told BT Sport.

Chelsea will still be facing Watford, Southampton, Middlesbrough and Sunderland at home, visiting Bournemouth (next game ahead), Everton, Manchester United and West Bromwich Albion away this term.

"Our target is Champions League and hopefully getting to the final of the FA Cup". "He's growing in his mentality and I think he's playing a really good season". "I believe that we can win every game if we play like today - and then we'll see".

Tottenham have a special squad still dreaming of Premier League glory, according to defender Jan Vertonghen.

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Liverpool could have stamped our authority on the chase, but foolishly conceded late on against the Cherries, who we'd dominated all game. "And especially we are so polite when we win, especially that".

Asked how he will respond to the season, he said: "I will be better".

'The tunnel at Chelsea is so tight - come on, it was nothing, ' Guardiola said.

He said: "We have a lot of lovely things left to fight for this season".

"I never thought I arrived here that I knew absolutely everything".

And on David Silva being one game away from his 300 appearances for City, Guardiola said: "He's a fantastic and unbelievable player". He showed me how wrong I was not to put him on the field.

The wild celebrations from Tottenham's manager, players and fans on Wednesday underlined their relief at a result that allows them to continue dreaming of a first English title since 1961.

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