Chelsea not unbeatable - Conte

Chelsea not unbeatable - Conte

Chelsea not unbeatable - Conte

Antonio Conte has stressed Chelsea are not unbeatable irrespective of their good run of form and believes a defeat at some stage is inevitable.

Conte confirms that the 25-year-old has trained with the rest of the squad, but could have to start him off from the bench as he doesn't want to risk his fitness.

"We all know tomorrow will be another derby, it will be very tough against a good team, that now is not in a good position in the table, but I think the squad is very good". "Now it's important to continue to be this great surprise". You need time to work and improve.

"In this league every game is always open".

"In our path, there was a hard moment when we conceded two defeats against Liverpool and Arsenal". Then if we continue to win it's fantastic.

"He is fit. Then I have to see if I decide to put Eden in the starting 11".

M Ashley Fletcher of West Ham United is tackled by Marcos Rojo of Manchester United
M Ashley Fletcher of West Ham United is tackled by Marcos Rojo of Manchester United

The Blues made sure they'd spend Christmas atop the league table with a win over struggling Sunderland on Wednesday night, after Arsenal had squandered a 1-0 lead at Goodison Park, losing 2-1 to Ronald Koeman's side. To transfer what we are doing.

A groin injury suffered by Mathieu Flamini means he has joined James Tomkins, Connor Wickham, Bakary Sako, Loic Remy, Pape Souare and Steve Mandanda on the sidelines, and Pardew said: 'We knew these two games were going to be hard, they are in a ideal moment, Chelsea.

A year ago, Chelsea were imploding, a point off the relegation places, players being cussed by betrayal, and Jose Mourinho making public statements demeaning the team: The Blues were down and out. "And for this reason they play with great intensity and aggression to try to beat a team who has 10 wins in a row".

He added: "I don't know exactly the amount or the situation but I think in the right moment you know the situation".

Liam is ESPN FC's Chelsea correspondent.

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