Chelsea’s 1-0 win against Liverpool blew open the title race with just two games left of this Premier League campaign.
Chelsea are two points behind Tottenham, and three points behind Liverpool with a game in hand – which means a win for the Blues against Huddersfield on Wednesday will take Chelsea level on points with Liverpool.
Chelsea captain Gary Cahill has told his teammates that the only thing to keep doing is to win games.
“It keeps the hope alive,” said Cahill. “We need to just keep winning the games and to see where that takes us and see what happens at the end of the season. The first is against Huddersfield, who did brilliantly at Manchester City, not many teams have gone there and got a point this season, so they will be in high spirits from that vital point for them. I’m sure they will come here on Wednesday and try to do the same.”
However, the captain admitted the team’s disappointment for dropped points that took the Blues out of the top four.
“We’re disappointed because if you look at the games where we’ve slipped up this season, you can’t afford to do that, hence why we are where we are. We’re disappointed with that, but of late we’ve shown the right attitude, we’ve shown the right work ethic to get back to the level we should be at and the momentum is building now, we’re getting results.”