Published: Sat, May 20, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Frank Lampard: Antonio Conte has made this one big change at Chelsea

Frank Lampard: Antonio Conte has made this one big change at Chelsea

Chelsea FC celebrated their English Premier League title triumph with a hard-earned 4-3 victory over Watford on Monday at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea, who won the Champions League in 2011-12, failed to qualify for this season's European competition after finishing 10th in the 2015-16 campaign.

Head coach Conte sees Terry as understudy to David Luiz in the centre of his three-man defence.

Guus Hiddink, Antonio Conte's immediate predecessor as Chelsea boss, reckons the Italian will stay at Stamford Bridge due to "perfect circumstances" at the club.

As reported by Chelsea's official website, Luiz said: "He likes to work, that is his secret".

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"Then you need the rest and then you prepare again for each game as it comes".

"It will be a hard game against a fantastic team, so we need to be at a high level".

There was an element of good fortune about Terry's goal on his first league start since September.

Chelsea, as so often this season, found a way to win as substitute Cesc Fabregas struck from the edge of the area with three minutes left. Twice he was omitted from the matchday squad altogether.

Chelsea have secured the Premier League title with a late victor over West Bromwich Albion.

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The striker, a £33million signing from Marseille last summer, had been demonstrating fragile confidence.

Chelsea won the 2014-15 title under Jose Mourinho, who was sacked for a second time seven months later after the Blues imploded.

Watford manager Walter Mazzarri remains determined his players will not get swept up in the title celebrations at Stamford Bridge.

"They have to celebrate over the weekend and don't think about our game".

Watford made three changes to the side which began last Friday's 1-0 loss at Everton, with Nordin Amrabat, Tom Cleverley and M'Baye Niang coming in.

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"The nice thing in England is teams never give up until it is finished".

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