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Chelsea have been in the top four since late October, and one way or another the Blues still find themselves in that position.
Frank Lampard’s side has been inconsistent since December but has still found a way to remain in a Champions League spot.
28 round of Premier League matches have been played, and the Blues have just 10 more league games to finish the season and seal a place in next season’s final, and it’s looking like a battle that will last until the last day of the campaign.
Destiny might just be working for Chelsea and Frank Lampard, as despite the club’s current predicament, every weekend seems to work in our favour.
Chelsea have won only two league games this year, but the chasing pack has failed to take advantage of Chelsea’s failings.
This weekend again, as we have seen on so many other match days, Chelsea were disappointing and dropped points after a 2-2 draw with Bournemouth. Surprisingly, Manchester United could only play a 1-1 draw as well with Everton, while Tottenham were even beaten by Wolves.
Chelsea are still three points ahead of United and Wolves, and also five points ahead of Tottenham who are now 7th in the league.
Frank Lampard’s side has survived yet another scare; but can the Blues sustain it until the end of the season?