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28/11/2016 - 13:18 BST

Liverpool and Man City Our Title Rivals – Eden Hazard Writes Off Arsenal

 




Chelsea forward Eden Hazard does not consider Arsenal to be title rivals, despite the fact they are only three points behind the Blues in the Premier League standings.

Antonio Conte's men ended Tottenham Hotspur's unbeaten record at the weekend to remain top of the Premier League table, a point ahead of Liverpool and Manchester City, two sides Hazard does consider title rivals.




Writing off Arsenal as contenders, Hazard, when asked who Chelsea's title rivals are, was quoted as saying by beIN Sports: "Man City and Liverpool.

"They are both good. If we want to be there at the end, then we have to finish above them.
 


"Next week we go to Man City – a very good opponent. We want to keep going like this", the Belgian continued.

"We are full of confidence and want to win every game."

Chelsea face a tough challenge next weekend when they head to the Etihad Stadium to lock horns with Pep Guardiola's Manchester City side in what is a clash which could already have a say on the destination of the Premier League crown.

Conte's men lost to both Liverpool and Arsenal earlier this season, before switching to a 3-4-3 formation, which has seen the Blues sweep all before them.