Cahill to succeed Terry as Chelsea captain

Cahill to succeed Terry as Chelsea captain

A London derby with so much on the line was always going to be extremely competitive, but it appears as though the West Ham players had an added incentive to win the game thanks to Chelsea club captain John Terry.

Swansea are even money with Sky Bet, who make West Brom 14/5 outsiders while pricing the draw at 12/5.

"At this stage of the season I like to see this type of game", Conte said.

"Whether he'll go on here in the Premier League or overseas, that's all unsure at the moment". This game will not mean a lot to the Blues but they still have the FA Cup Final to play so as a result it is important that they keep up their winning mentality and I think they will.

A win at Sunderland last Saturday, coupled with Hull's defeat at Crystal Palace on the Sunday, made certain of a seventh consecutive season in the top flight.

Manchester City and Liverpool are in the driving seat to join Chelsea and Tottenham in the Champions League qualification spots, with Pep Guardiola's team needing a point at Watford, while Liverpool will join them if they can beat relegated Middlesbrough at Anfield.

"I would most probably fine the players as well and give the money to charity".

For the appearances, for the years he's played for this club, and above all for his victories with this club.

They have only lost one of their last seven home league games (W5, D1).

"I like to see this type of game because it's amusing to see both teams score four and three goals €" in this stage of the season when you've won the league!" said Chelsea manager Conte.

Swansea have since taken 26 points from 18 games, with their final match at home to West Brom on Sunday.

Aubameyang is one of Europe's most feared hitmen after scoring an incredible 37 goals in all competitions this season.

"The fact he's managed to come into Swansea, roll his sleeves up and pull them out of trouble, he'll become a better manager himself but I'm sure the club will do better next year under him".

Terry has now scored for Chelsea in 17 successive Premier League seasons.