Antonio Conte's side cruised to another win tonight, a 2-1 dispatching of West Ham United which showcased everything that is going to make them the Premier League champions of 2016-17.
The Stamford Bridge outfit may have lost their last game against West Ham, their chances of winning both halves with the betting company goes for (3.57), as they have been priced at odds of (1.44) to score first in this meeting.
"When I play wide I'm alone".
The goal gave the Spain global his 17th in the league, tying him for third-best this season behind only Harry Kane and Romelu Lukaku.
Every single Chelsea player knows their job and is moving in the same direction - as they exploit their gaps between games without European football to master a formation that they had never played until Conte arrived. And, yes, Chelsea play with the kind of structure that makes it hard for the opposition to break them down. City also have a game in hand.
Well what else can be said about Antonio Conte's reign at Chelsea that hasn't been already said?
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West Ham manager Slaven Bilic could recall striker Andy Carroll following a month out with a groin injury, but winger Michail Antonio is unavailable due to a one-match ban.
Moses cleared a shot off the line as the visitors came out unscathed from a rare West Ham attacking surge, before Randolph made a superb save in the 66th minute from Costa after a great turn by the Spaniard.
David Luiz marshalls the defence and is joined by Gary Cahill and Cesar Azpilicueta with Thibaut Courtois keeping goal.
Chelsea did not get into the game but it did not matter. Another team in Chelsea's position might have wobbled. There was a moment in the first half when Kante passed the ball to himself up the left flank before finding Eden Hazard in space. The Belgian worked a combination with Diego Costa and finished off the counter by juking goalkeeper Darren Randolph and rolling into a vacated net.
As Hazard slid to his knees to celebrate, a West Ham fan rushed onto the pitch toward Hazard, but stewards managed to intervene in time. What they got was sloppiness that gifted Chelsea a second goal. Cesc Fabregas could be picked over Nemanja Matic again. Pedro Obiang touched the ball on at the near post and it flew across goal to Costa, inexplicably unmarked, drifting away from Winston Reid.