Chelsea boss Antonio Conte forced to remain coy over his future

15/5/17 Chelsea players celebrate with manager Antonio Conte after the match Action Images via Reuters / John Sibley Livepic EDITORIAL USE ONLY.

We have the possibility to win 30 games.

Having collected 10 points from their last four matches, Swansea finish their season with a home game against West Brom on Sunday.

The club captain, of course, is John Terry.

I'm more than likely to use that more as a cover bet for the remainder of my picks however, and I like the widely available 11/4 (3.75) available on Chelsea to win and both to score.

The fans remain devoted to Terry and have already launched a petition to have one of the stands in the rebuilt Stamford Bridge stadium named in his honour, per Tom Doyle of the London Evening Standard. I got on the scoresheet and a minute later made a mistake and let him (Capoue) in.

"I like to see this type of game because it's amusing to see both teams score four and three goals - in this stage of the season, when you've won the league!" said Chelsea manager Conte.

"I think if you compare Tottenham Hotspur with Chelsea, they had an advantage this season", the Italian manager told The Guardian.

"I've learnt an bad lot of things sitting there and watching the group, how things have panned out".

"But I am delighted with the experiences and the opportunities I have had".

He said: "It was our first game as champions so we knew it would be tough". "If Chelsea don't lose any players they will have a great squad to go into next season".

Asked if Terry should retire, Conte said: "No".

Costa was rested with an eye on the FA Cup final against Arsenal later this month and made the most of his role on the bench by sneaking into the press room at half-time for some food.

While they can not match their staggering 2004-05 points tally, victory at home to Sunderland would set a new win record while even a draw would match their record from 2005-06.

"Then to see our captain, our legend, John Terry, to lift the cup". Although the makeshift side looked frail at the back, they commanded the midfield and were always risky going forward.

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