Chelsea are preparing for yet another Premier League away trip as they look to get back-to-back league wins at high-flying Burnley.
"The way they did it was incredible".
The Italian said: 'I think he (Dyche) is doing an important job, a great job this season.
Manchester City's Carabao Cup win also means the league champions' UEL spot will be handed down to the next-placed side. "I was at the Gunners game Sunday and going by that performance it is a definite possibility that Sean Dyche's team could embarrass Arsenal by overtaking them in the run in". "It was important to improve their confidence but they showed during the season that to play against Burnley is very tough, not simple".
According to a report by Matt Law in the Telegraph Chelsea's players have become exhausted of Conte's intensive training regime.
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Meanwhile, Willian, who has been somewhat on an unsung hero for the Blues this season, helped Chelsea in their comeback against Southampton to keep their faint top-four hopes alive. If we want to be realistic, with five games to go, it is not simple to reduce the gap.
Sarri, 59, has indicated his desire to leave the Serie A club this summer to pave the way for him to take charge at Stamford Bridge.
"It won't be easy to get three points but we have to try".
Sky Sports News understands the FA, Premier League and EFL are close to an agreement that will see each team receive a minimum 13-day break in January and February 2020.
'Tomorrow, Emerson will play, ' Conte said in his press conference on Thursday.
'I don't know if he's able to play two games in only three days, but I repeat, the first problem is tomorrow's game. You arrive in March and the physical condition of your team can't be good, especially if you go forward in competitions like the Carabao or FA Cups.