West Ham 1 Chelsea 2

Posted March 07, 2017

"But now, after seven months, I can tell I'm very happy of my experiences so far with Chelsea, to have this relationship with the club, with my players".

Chelsea took another step towards the Premier League trophy as they eased to a 2-1 win over West ham at the London Stadium. However, Michail Antonio will be unavailable due to the red card he received in West Ham's 1-1 draw with Watford.

"When I play wide I'm alone".

"It's easier for me to play more inside now and link up". And also note the output of "blue" in the quarterfinals of the FA Cup, where they planned to play exactly one week later on March 13 against Manchester United.

In theory, there is still time for Chelsea's rivals to catch and overhaul them at the top of the Premier League.

Chelsea took control after that and might have secured the points before halftime had they been a little more clinical.

Maybe the complexion of the night would have changed had Moses not been handily positioned to turn away a goal-bound shot from Sofiane Feghouli that had eluded Chelsea's goalkeeper, Thibaut Courtois, just after the hour.

"I watched Manchester City against Monaco because I wanted to breathe the atmosphere again and to feel this type of game".

Andy Murray targets first title of 2017
Murray's serve continued to cause concern in game three, where another double fault presented two more break points to Verdasco. This match was Pouille's first against a No. 1, and his lack of big-match experience showed in the second set.

Chelsea are ruthlessly efficient, but not in an ugly way. N'Golo Kante, Pedro and Hazard combined to tear West Ham apart in seconds, but it has been a successful tactic on several occasions for Chelsea this season.

"The last game against West Ham there was an exception".

But Chelsea had their second within five minutes of the restart as Pedro Obiang could only glance on Cesc Fabregas' corner for Costa to bundle in from close range.

West Ham's Manuel Lanzini grabbed a consolation in added time, but the result was never in doubt.

It was actually a bad touch from Kante in the 45th minute of the London derby but the Frenchman's commitment to win the ball back showed just what an unbelievable addition he is to Antonio Conte's side.

Andy Carroll suffered a nasty clash of heads with Victor Moses early on but picked himself off the deck to continue. West Ham have been offered at (2.32) odds to score in both halves of the fixture.

The hosts' willingness to hurl balls into the Chelsea box nearly paid off in the 61st minute as Thibaut Courtois saved with his legs from Sofiane Feghouli and Robert Snodgrass headed over.