HAZARD FIGHTING BATTLE TO BE READY FOR CRYSTAL PALACE AND MANCHESTER CITY

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Football fans will now shift focus to the international games, as Premier League hostilities will resume on April 1st.

For Eden Hazard, he wouldn’t be available for Belgium’s games against Greece and Russia over the next two weeks.

Hazard has been in amazing form this season, and is expected to be out for about 10 – 15 days. This could make him a doubt for next month’s fixtures against Crystal Palace and Manchester City on the 1st and 5th of next month respectively.

The Sun‘s Sam Morgan believes he’s doubtful for the Blues’ next match against Crystal Palace and might even miss the clash with City.

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