Chelsea’s Jose Mourinho expects open Premier League title race

Jose Mourinho is expecting this season's title race to remain wide open and admits his Chelsea side are yet to find consistency

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Jose Mourinho has signed a four-year deal with Chelsea Photo: The Sport Review

Jose Mourinho is expecting this season’s Premier League title race to remain wide open and admits his Chelsea side are yet to find consistency this term.

Arsenal currently lead the way at the top of the Premier League table but all of last season’s top four clubs have lost at least one game this term.

And Mourinho, whose side travel to Norwich City on Sunday afternoon, does not expect any one team to run away with the the title early in the season.

“Every weekend somebody loses points,” said Mourinho.

“In relation to my team, in this moment we are not strong enough to be dominant every match and to win consecutively without any defeats and any lost points, that’s my point of view.

“I think the league will be open until the end. In this moment some teams are being helped by their fixtures because some are more difficult.

“I think Manchester United had the most difficult run, immediately followed by us. And some other teams not so much.

“At the end of November and the beginning of December we will find somebody in a better situation from the others.”

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