Eden Hazard predicts where Chelsea FC are going to finish

Eden Hazard discusses Chelsea FC's hopes of finishing in the top four this season

Eden Hazard
Chelsea FC playmaker Eden Hazard Photo: Nike

Eden Hazard is confident that Chelsea FC are going to be able to break back into the top four before the season is out.

The Blues have left themselves with a considerable uphill task in trying to finish in the top four this season following their disappointing form in the Premier League this term,

However, Chelsea FC have been in better form in recent weeks and have won their last three Premier League games on the spin to keep alive their faint hopes of finishing in the top four.

Chelsea FC are going to host Liverpool FC in what could end up being a crunch top-four clash at Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon.

It remains to be seen whether the Blues are going to be able to break back into the top four and secure a spot in the Champions League for next season.

However, Blues playmaker Hazard seems to be confident that the west London side will be able to secure their spot in the top four.

Speaking to Chelsea FC’s website, Hazard said: “We are in good form, we are winning tough games, so now we have three games to left play in the league and then we will see what’s happened at the end.

“Of course, we want to reach the top four, it’s not depending only on Chelsea, but we can do it if we are like we were against Swansea, if we keep fighting together.”

Chelsea FC are still aiming to try and finish the season with a trophy, and they will take on Manchester United in the FA Cup final later this month at Wembley.

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