Chelsea celebrate againt Southampton
Diego Costa celebrates as Chelsea scored a last-minute winner at St Mary's in 2016. Rose/ Getty Images

Today Chelsea travel south to play a Southampton side who are unbeaten in there last five Premier League games. The blues also go into the game in good league form winning there last 3 without conceding a goal.

The game midweek against West Ham was disappointing and frustrating to watch as we exited the League Cup at the hands of West Ham. Everything must go into getting a better result and we need to be clinical in-front of goal.

Looking at the Saints Claude Puel‘s side are very well organised, will be hard to break down and just don’t concede goals. They’ve done well this season and are undefeated in their last nine games at home.


Antonio Conte is most likely going to revert back to the starting XI that beat Man Utd so comfortably last weekend. Victor Moses and Marcos Alonso will most probably start as wing-backs.

It’s uncertain if John Terry will keep his place in defence after the Chelsea skipper endured a tough night against West Ham on his return from injury. This game comes a few weeks to early for Kurt Zouma who is expected to re-join first-team training on Thursday.

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