Conte keen for Cahill to play ahead of World Cup


Despite Chelsea winning 1-0 against the Swans, Conte believes his side should be burying more chances, as he criticises a number of glorious chances squandered by his players during the match. I remember, for example, in the last game against West Ham, we dropped two points that were of vital importance for us.

"We dominated and created many chances but we scored only one goal, and in the final Swansea had the chance to draw".

In his debut season with the Blues, Conte lifted the Premier League title with the help of marksman Diego Costa, who scored 20 league goals, which left him fourth in the race for the 2016/17 Golden Boot.

"I think in this season our main problem is that we are not so clinical, also today, we had the chances to kill the game".

"I think this is right for his experience, to improve his experience and confidence".

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Chelsea have received a much needed boost on the injury front as edge closer and closer to the end of the season.

Morata has been benched in his last two games and he was also the first player substituted in the two matches before that as his form remains patchy. It wasn't easy to get three points against Swansea because I think they are in a good run of form, especially at home.

The 32-year-old has fallen down the Italian manager's pecking order this season; with youngster Andreas Christensen establishing himself alongside Antonio Rudiger and Cesar Azpilicueta in the Blues' defensive line.

Whether Chelsea are willing to sell remains to be seen, with Luiz still a hugely popular figure in the dressing room and among board members, although it will be largely dependent on Conte's own future.

Liverpool, in third place, have 71 points from 35 games, while Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea, both having played 34 games, are on 68 and 63, respectively.