Strongest Chelsea lineup to beat Swansea City: David Luiz to start

Posted February 25, 2017

Llorente, the Spanish striker with a formidable CV - he has played for the likes of Juventus, Sevilla and has won a number of caps for his country - has never stood out as the kind of player able to tear trees from their roots in the Premier League.

The Blues have an eight-point lead at the top of the Premier League table and many feel Chelsea are not going to slip up on their way to a league title win in May. Now I go there not as an enemy, but as an opponent who works for a different club.

"It can put questions in a player's mind when you have clubs like Chelsea being linked with you, but in my conversations with him he has been happy here, and he has been happy with how he has seen the team is starting to play", Clement said.

Conte has no injury worries.

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Swansea's 2-2 draw on the opening day of the 2015-16 season was their first Premier League point earned at Stamford Bridge.

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Conte, 47 moved to Stamford Bridge last summer after leaving Italy when they were knocked out of Euro 2016.

"Then afterwards he told me it was a good experience but stressed how I had to keep working hard, keep my head down and stay focused".

Hazard also has three other tattoos including the name of his youngest son on his left side of his rib-cage, a pair of dice just below his waistline and a set of birthdays on his left wrist.

I'll be the first to admit I wasn't certain when Paul Clement was announced as our new manager, akin to many of our fans, but he has done a fantastic job since his appointment securing victories over Liverpool and Southampton in a matter of weeks - next target is Manchester City.

When Clement took over Swansea were rooted to the foot of the table, four points from safety.

That gives the Blues a chance to pull clear against a Swansea side who will be heavy underdogs despite their impressive rise out of the relegation zone under the management of former Chelsea assistant coach Paul Clement. At the same stage this season, the Blues are 36 points ahead of the Swans in the league.