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Chelsea have some huge games coming up, and one of such is Monday night’s Premier League clash against Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.
Just before the winter break, Chelsea faced Leicester City and played a 2-2 draw away at the King Power Stadium. The Blues now have back to back home games against Manchester United and Tottenham before league games against Bournemouth and Everton.
These games will go a long way to decide how Chelsea’s season will pan out in the league, and Chelsea boss Frank Lampard is expecting his players to give their all on the training ground.
“I don’t mind the reality of it, I like the reality of it,” the Chelsea manager said.
“I think the players should know that if you want to make the top four, we’re in a good position now and we can affect it seriously over the next seven days.
“That’s not bad to have in your mind. We should be slightly on edge. Training should be on edge, like it has been, when people are tense and being competitive, and we have to take that into the game against Manchester United.”