Pundit predicts where Chelsea will finish after title race wobble

Kenny Cunningham expects Chelsea to get over the line in the title race despite their title-race wobble in recent weeks

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte Photo: Screen grab

Chelsea will win the Premier League despite their wobble in recent weeks, according to Kenny Cunningham.

The Blues have lost two of their last four Premier League games to cut their lead at the top of the table to four points.

Chelsea lost 2-0 to bitter rivals Manchester United at Old Trafford last weekend following goals from Marcus Rashford and Ander Herrera.

Tottenham, meanwhile, have won their last seven Premier League games, including successive 4-0 victories over Bournemouth and Watford.

Antonio Conte, who led Juventus to three Serie A titles during his spell in charge in Turin, is looking to win his first Premier League crown.

The Italian was appointed as Guus Hiddink’s permanent successor back at the end of the 2015-16 season.

Former Birmingham and Wimbledon defender Cunningham is confident that Chelsea will get over the line in the title race despite recent results.

“Chelsea are wobbling now that the soft centre has been exposed. [But] I don’t see them crumbling. Once they get one or two key players back [they’ll be OK],” Cunningham told Irish podcast Off The Ball.

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Chelsea are four points ahead of Tottenham with six games to go in the title race.

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