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 By Mark Worrall

Michy Batshuayi gets 9/10 from bench after rescuing Chelsea vs. Watford

Chelsea rode their luck against an impressive Watford for a vital 4-2 win at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea rode their luck against an impressive Watford for a vital 4-2 win at Stamford Bridge.
Craig Burley explains that while Chelsea defeated Watford, defensive frailties continue to emerge.
Antonio Conte commends Michy Batshuayi after his brace off the bench inspired Chelsea's come-from-behind win over Watford.
After Chelsea fought back to beat Watford, Antonio Conte insists he will never be worried about being sacked.

Chelsea came back from 2-1 down to beat Watford 4-2 in a frenetic encounter at Stamford Bridge. Pedro opened the scoring for the Blues with a world-class strike in the 12th minute but the visitors refused to lay down and hit back with goals either side of the break.

Abdoulaye Doucoure beat Thibaut Courtois at his near post to level in first-half stoppage time and, when Roberto Pereyra put the visitors ahead, it looked like Chelsea, whose defending was at times shambolic, might be heading to a third...

 By Michael Cox

Chelsea still in title hunt with dramatic comeback win vs. Watford

Chelsea rode their luck against an impressive Watford for a vital 4-2 win at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea rode their luck against an impressive Watford for a vital 4-2 win at Stamford Bridge.
Craig Burley explains that while Chelsea defeated Watford, defensive frailties continue to emerge.
After Chelsea fought back to beat Watford, Antonio Conte insists he will never be worried about being sacked.
Antonio Conte commends Michy Batshuayi after his brace off the bench inspired Chelsea's come-from-behind win over Watford.
Marco Silva praises Watford for their fighting spirit, but feels Antonio Conte's subs were the difference maker.
Marco Silva insists Watford deserved to beat Chelsea after a late comeback handed the champions the win.

LONDON -- Three points from Chelsea's 4-2 comeback win versus Watford on Saturday at Stamford Bridge that saw the defending champions avoid three consecutive Premier League defeats.

1. Chelsea remain in the title hunt

Midway through the action-packed second half at Stamford Bridge, it genuinely seemed that Chelsea's title defence was over. With a loss, they would have ended Saturday 12 points behind leaders Manchester City. Instead, a stunning late turnaround means Chelsea are in fourth place and...

 By Phil Lythell

Conte must make up for Chelsea's depleted midfield with tactical nous

The FC panel delve into the reports that Chelsea's players may be unhappy with manager Antonio Conte.
Chelsea's Antonio Conte hit back after he was asked about Jose Mourinho's jibe suggesting rival bosses cry about injuries.

To say that Chelsea manager Antonio Conte is not a happy man would be something of an understatement. Not even Eden Hazard's late equaliser in the 3-3 draw with Roma could soften his mood with the Italian maintaining a face like thunder during the rest of the match and the ensuing news conference.

There have been no attempts to play down the difficult situation that he has found himself in after a draw and two defeats from his past three matches. There have been no attempts to deflect any of the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Could Watford's Marco Silva be auditioning for a Chelsea vacancy?

Marco Silva
Could Marco Silva be in Roman Abramovich's eye with Antonio Conte's future uncertain?

Champions Chelsea are troubled. Manager Antonio Conte's long-term future is far from certain, and similar noises of dissatisfaction were made before the departures of fellow title-winning predecessors such as Jose Mourinho and Carlo Ancelotti.

Saturday, then, appears an opportune time for Marco Silva to bring high-flying Watford to Stamford Bridge.

John Brewin previews the weekend's Premier League action and highlights five key storylines in W2W4. Click here for more.

Antonio Conte needs to use his creativity, boldness to fix Chelsea

Craig Burley says Chelsea players should sit down with Antonio Conte to discuss their issues, not go to the press.
The FC panel delve into the reports that Chelsea's players may be unhappy with manager Antonio Conte.
The experts at the ESPN FC desk talk Chelsea's 3-3 draw with Roma as Antonio Conte's men have let in five goals in all competitions since coming back from the international break.
The FC crew answer your tweets on Chelsea's defensive issues, Manchester United's style of play and Atleti's UCL struggles.
Antonio Conte hit back at Jose Mourinho's comment that he won't 'cry' like other managers have about dealing with injuries.

If you want to see the glass as half-full, Eden Hazard's late equalizer against Roma meant that Chelsea avoided their third consecutive defeat in all competitions. To find the last time that happened, you have to go all the way back to September 2002: Claudio Ranieri was the manager, Chelsea were still owned by Ken Bates and the club was teetering on the edge of bankruptcy.

Rationally, such streaks are meaningless, but psychologically, they matter, as Eden Hazard hinted after the game when he...

 By Mark Worrall

Antonio Conte could be headed for same fate as Jose Mourinho at Chelsea

Antonio Conte hit back at Jose Mourinho's comment that he won't 'cry' like other managers have about dealing with injuries.
Antonio Conte hit back at Jose Mourinho's comment that he won't 'cry' like other managers have about dealing with injuries.
Antonio Conte hit back at Jose Mourinho's comment that he won't 'cry' like other managers have about dealing with injuries.
Antonio Conte hit back at Jose Mourinho's comment that he won't 'cry' like other managers have about dealing with injuries.
Antonio Conte hit back at Jose Mourinho's comment that he won't 'cry' like other managers have about dealing with injuries.

As Chelsea's mini-slump continued with another disjointed performance -- this time against Roma in the Champions League -- there is a growing sense of alarm among supporters that unwanted history is about to repeat itself at Stamford Bridge.

Successive Premier League defeats -- 1-0 at home against table toppers Manchester City, 2-1 away at bottom club Crystal Palace -- followed by the 3-3 against Roma, have heaped pressure on Blues boss Antonio Conte. Given the track record of the London club's...