Fabregas 'matured a lot' in tough season

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Chelsea strode to within three points of clinching their fifth Premier League title with a comprehensive 3-0 win over Middlesbrough on Monday evening.

The Blues have the chance to claim their second league title in three seasons when they face West Brom on Friday.

"This moment is a really good moment for us because we are so close to reaching a fantastic target", he said.

"Now we need to be ready and do this step and to win and celebrate".

Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante is in contention to return for the Premier League trip to West Bromwich Albion after recovering from the thigh injury which forced him out of the win over Middlesbrough.

Chelsea can win the title with victory at West Brom tomorrow (8pm).

A defeat or draw, though, would still leave Spurs the flimsiest of lifelines as they prepare for an emotional afternoon at White Hart Lane on Sunday against Manchester United, fittingly illustrious visitors for the last match to be played at the Lilywhites' 118-year-old stadium.

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"Every opponent who goes there has a hard game, they are eighth in the league and have had a very good year".

"The most important thing is we finish the season strong, we make sure we gain more points and everything moving forward will be towards getting members of the football club back to the Premier League as soon as possible".

Goals came from Diego Costa, Marcos Alonso, and Nemanja Matic in an attack masterfully orchestrated by Cesc Fabregas at Stamford Bridge.

West Brom boss Tony Pulis may have travelled to Stamford Bridge on Monday night purely to scout the Champions-elect ahead of their clash with The Baggies this weekend.

The Blues were crowned champions of England in the 2014/15 season only to suffer a dramatic slump in form the following season that led to the sacking of manager Jose Mourinho.

Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has told talkSPORT lifting the Premier League title this season would be even sweeter for the club on the back of last year's disastrous campaign. "We had to solve a lot of problems", Conte said at a news conference. "We're in a great position now and if we were to throw it away we'd be devastated".

Only an incredible collapse could prevent Conte bagging the title in his first season and adding it to his three Serie A crowns achieved in successive seasons with Juventus.

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