Chelsea need to win both of their remaining games in the league and hope that one of Liverpool or Spurs slip up if they’re to grab the last Champions League spot.
The former champions are at risk of missing out on a Champions League spot, and Blues midfielder Cesc Fabregas believes that the frontmen have to take the blame for not scoring enough goals.
Chelsea’s haul of 62 goals in 36 league games this season is the fewest in the top six, which has contributed to Chelsea’s poor goal difference.
And Fabregas believes upfront as been the team’s problem.
“We are taking more chances [now] because we are winning, and that’s the most important. I think defensively as well, we have been keeping clean-sheets,” said Fabregas.
“But the biggest regret this season, it’s been up front, not taking our chances. We have had many, many chances to score in games – to win games that we didn’t win. ‘We could have won more if we had been more clinical and that’s been our weakest point this season.”