Chelsea fans want Moses back in action

Chelsea left back Victor Moses has returned to training after missing two Premier League games because of a toe injury.

Chelsea suffered a surprise defeat at home at the hands of Crystal Palace last week, when they were beaten 2-1, but they bounced back immediately on Wednesday with a 2-1 win over Manchester City.

Boss Antonio Conte is delighted to have Moses back in his squad and will decide whether to start the Nigerian worldwide in the crucial clash on the south coast.

Pedro and Cesar Azpilicueta have filled in at right wing-back during Moses' absence, but the 26-year-old has very much made that position his own this season.

The Bournemouth boss added: "They did what they felt was right for him and their club, so I have no problem with that".

".if [Tottenham] win, lose or draw it's the same, we have a good pressure".

'He showed he's important this season but I think in the last two games we showed we can play without him and we've shown in the past that we can do the same without other players, ' he said. Tottenham's result is important but ours is the most important.

"For us, this is really an excellent challenge". Bournemouth have picked up form of late and have drawn each of their previous three away games, against three tough oppositions in Manchester United, Southampton and Liverpool.

"They're a excellent team, having an excellent trainer, a great thought of football. I prefer to be focused on the present and try to finish this season, making this season a great season and not only a good season". & #8220;It's vital that you test our players and then to find the progress. I'm happy to have Nathan with us. But I'm pleased along with his devotion and his approach.

"We were very thankful to Chelsea for loaning him to us in the first place, there has to be that element of trust that we are going to look after one of their brightest prospects, so we were very appreciative of the loan", Howe said.

  • Julie Sanders