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Chelsea ignore Alexis Sanchez saga but stance could make sense

Ex-Chelsea midfielder Craig Burley contemplates why the Blues haven't joined the Manchester clubs in the race to sign Alexis Sanchez.
The FC crew discuss Manchester United's interest in Man City target Alexis Sanchez and what it means for Arsenal.

As Manchester United and Manchester City battle it out for the signing of unsettled Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez, many Chelsea supporters are wondering why their club are nowhere to be seen in the race.

It's very rare for an elite player -- particularly one with Sanchez's pedigree in the Premier League -- to become available at a price so far below his true market value, Chelsea are struggling to score goals and Antonio Conte has made it clear that he is an admirer. But there are other factors in...

 By Mark Worrall

Goal-shy Chelsea are frustrating fans but things are not as bad as they seem

Antonio Conte feels the fatigue from Chelsea's midweek Carabao Cup clash with Arsenal factored heavily into their 0-0 draw with Leicester.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley recaps all the Saturday results from week 23 in the Premier League, including Chelsea's third straight goalless draw.
An underwhelming Chelsea were unable to break ten-man Leicester down in a disappointing performance at Stamford Bridge.

Many Chelsea supporters have become increasingly frustrated with their teams current goal-shy malaise. The latest of three successive 0-0 draws, the first time that's happened in the clubs history which dates 5,006 matches back to 1905, drew boos from sections of the Stamford Bridge crowd at the final whistle of the stalemate against Leicester City and social media's growing army of keyboard warriors were soon laying into manager Antonio Conte, his players and the London club's board.

Coming on...

 By Mark Worrall

Outstanding Thibaut Courtois saves a scoreless draw for lacklustre Chelsea

An underwhelming Chelsea were unable to break ten-man Leicester down in a disappointing performance at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea were held to a goalless draw for the third time in succession in all competitions as they were held 0-0 by 10-man Leicester City in a vibrant Premier League encounter at Stamford Bridge.

Antonio Conte's side contrived to make the visitors look world-class in the first half and matters didn't improve after the break. A chorus of boos echoed around the ground when Conte hooked Eden Hazard and Cesc Fabregas before the hour mark, and while replacements Willian and Pedro certainly livened up...

 By Michael Cox

Chelsea, Morata misfire in entertaining 0-0 draw vs. 10-man Leicester

An underwhelming Chelsea were unable to break ten-man Leicester down in a disappointing performance at Stamford Bridge.
English Premier League: Benjamin Chilwell (68') Chelsea 0-0 Leicester
Riyad Mahrez went down in the penalty area against Chelsea, but should Leicester have been awarded a penalty?
English Premier League: Cesc Fabregas (12') Chelsea 0-0 Leicester

LONDON -- Three points from Chelsea's 0-0 draw with Leicester at Stamford Bridge.

1. Chelsea draw again

It hasn't been a happy 2018 for Chelsea thus far: a draw with Arsenal, a draw with Norwich, another draw with Arsenal and now another draw, at home to a Leicester City side that played with 10 men for the final 20 minutes after left-back Ben Chilwell's dismissal. It's a poor run of results for the defending Premier League champions, who can still rely upon excellent defensive organisation...

 By Mark Worrall

Antonio Conte and Chelsea starting to suffer from demanding schedule

Antonio Conte defends his strikers but insists that Chelsea's entire team must do better going forward.
Antonio Conte defends his strikers but insists that Chelsea's entire team must do better going forward.

Chelsea's frenetic fixture list continues on Saturday with a home Premier League game against Leicester City at Stamford Bridge. Contesting silverware on four fronts, the Blues have been playing at least two matches per week in all competitions since mid-November, an agenda which will continue through to the end of January.

On the plus side, the London club sit a comfortable third in the table, have progressed to the knockout stages of the Champions League, the semifinals of the Carabao Cup and...

 By Phil Lythell

Antonio Rudiger's continued growth good news for Chelsea's present, future

Antonio Conte defends his strikers but insists that Chelsea's entire team must do better going forward.

After an uninspired 0-0 draw with Arsenal on Wednesday night there were few real positives for Chelsea to draw upon. One of those, however, was the display of Antonio Rudiger.

The 24-year-old was the pick of Chelsea's three centre-backs on a night when all of them shone. He refused to allow any of Arsenal's forwards a sniff of goal by combining his pace and strength to defuse any situation before it posed any danger. It was a welcome display from somebody that has been trying to make an impression...