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Confirmed line-ups; Premier League latest team news and updates

Confirmed line-ups; Premier League latest team news and updates

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte reacts during the Premier League match between Swansea City and Chelsea at Liberty Stadium on April 28, 2018 in Swansea, Wales.

Despite losing 4-2, the result booked them a place in the Champions League final, and Jürgen Klopp's men will be on top of the world, but potentially also more than a little drained after the game and the celebrations that followed.

Liverpool take a trip to Stamford Bridge this afternoon to face top four rivals Chelsea. Chelsea and Tottenham have two games to play, while Brighton are Liverpool's only remaining opponents.

Jurgen Klopp's Champions League finalists have rarely been shut out this season, but Mohamed Salah and Co. were kept quiet at the Bridge.

Liverpool pressed but Chelsea held on to move within three points of the visitors who are third.

The France striker underlined his potent presence with the decisive goal to keep Chelsea in the Champions League race.

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Spurs' surprise loss at relegation-threatened West Bromwich Albion on Saturday opened the door for Chelsea to close the gap on the top four and they capitalized on that lifeline with an assured performance over the Champions League finalists.

Despite a hard season, which has seen him struggle for game time, Gary Cahill is determined to earn himself a place in England's side for the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation. "We play our last game at home and Chelsea have to go to Newcastle - that's not a holiday trip, it doesn't sound like a holiday trip to me!" he told reporters at his post-match press conference.

Giroud has been able to muscle Alvaro Morata out of Antonio Conte's plans, with a proven Premier League performer being favoured to a £70 million signing.

"The boys showed me that they are really ready to fight and to fight and to fight".

"I know my players better than you, and probably you don't know them so well to be always with these questions".