Premier League harder than La Liga – Pedro

No surprises here. Conte’s defensive trio has been one of the main reasons behind Chelsea’s impressive winning run.

Chelsea defender Gary Cahill admits that he wants to break the club’s record for the amount of successive wins when they host Bournemouth on Boxing Day.

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard believes that no other side look consistent enough to catch the Blues in the Premier League title race at present.

Hazard, who has scored 8 goals in 16 league games so far this season, has been struggling with a knee injury in the past few days, but is expected to recover in time for Monday’s game.

This record would be special for Pedro, who’s used to winning, but is finding England to be a tough test: “It’s very different in Spain”.

Chelsea welcome Bournemouth at Stamford Bridge on Boxing Day in search for their 12 straight win in the Premier League. With that in mind, they have a near impossible task this week as Manchester City is a different kind of beast and with the likes of Kevin De Bruyne and David Silva leading the lines, it will be tough for Hull to walk away from Boxing day with anything other than a loss. The record is 14, no?

Understandably United are the heavy favourites at 2/9 and with Mourinho confirming they have virtually a full-fit squad to choose from, it’s hard to see past an in-form United side picking up all three points on Monday. However, we can get you enhanced odds of 4/1 on an Arsenal win which should be very tempting.

Pedro’s first season in England was the worst Pedro’s ever experienced.

While digging into his Christmas pudding, Conte might be silently hoping that game delivers a six-goal thriller that ends in a draw, with perhaps a red card or two thrown in to further derail his competitors’ hopes of catching up with his Blues this season. There were a lot of problems, but this season is different.

“I would love to win the Premier League because it’s the strongest league in the world and I think that would be something really good for my career”.

Graeme Souness has picked N’Golo Kante as his Premier League player of the year for 2016 following his sparkling displays for both Chelsea and Leicester City.

The biggest issue might be finding space in his trophy cabinet.

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