Petr Cech: Chelsea still have title chance with Liverpool trip

Chelsea's Petr Cech is expecting the Premier League title race to remain open until the last day of the season

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
Petr Cech
Petr Cech joined Chelsea from Rennes in 2004 Photo: The Sport Review

Petr Cech believes that Chelsea’s 1-0 win at Swansea on Sunday has kept his side in a three-horse race for the Premier League title.

Demba Ba’s second-half winner handed Jose Mourinho’s men victory at the Liberty Stadium as they stayed within two points of leaders Liverpool.

We will concentrate on ourselves and we know if we win our four games we might have a chance

Petr Cech

And with Chelsea set to travel to Anfield for a blockbuster clash on 27 April, Cech insists that the west London side still have a good chance of winning the top-flight crown.

“We are in a situation where if we win all of our games we might have a chance,” Cech told Chelsea’s website.

“We will concentrate on ourselves and we know if we win our four games we might have a chance.

“If we don’t, it will become more difficult because time is running out.

“For the neutral fans I think this is the best that could happen in the Premier League because it will be really tight until the last game.”


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