Southampton can upset Chelsea, says Mark Hughes

Talking to SPORTbible, Hazard claimed that he's happy as long as he was playing well and Chelsea are winning: 'If I score I'm good, if I don't score and I'm playing good, for me it's ideal. "And so I think tomorrow every player is available", said Sarri.

"I'm really looking forward to working for a long time with him". I had it last week after we drew at Chelsea, when I turned to Maurizio Sarri and he was smiling, and he looked at me and said "you enjoyed that, eh?" and I was like, "Yeah, actually I do".

Fabregas - who arrived from boyhood club Barcelona in 2014 - is set to become a free agent at the end of the Premier League season. I'm learning it. I'm very passionate about it as it's very interesting.

He confirmed there had been no talks about a new Blues deal, adding: "I have eight months left and at the moment I'm gone". His attitude is spot on and he always tries his best.

"We've just got to hope the chances they do create fall to someone else other than Eden Hazard and hopefully they'll have an off day".

The Belgium worldwide, who led his country to third place finish at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russian Federation struggled last term - scoring just 12 goals in 34 Premier League appearances. "I think now it's better for him to stay to work".

The Blues took the lead with a first half strike by Eden Hazard but were denied the three points by a spectacular Daniel Sturridge goal last Saturday. "So I think this case, for that kind of player, it's better to play for 35, 40 minutes than to have training".

Southampton boss Mark Hughes has admitted it is going to be very hard for his side to stop an in form Eden Hazard when Chelsea travel to St Mary's tomorrow afternoon.

"Debates of that type of probably better made when he's a bit older and he's got grey hair like me and everybody can discuss the merits once everybody's finished, but he's an outstanding player".

  • Rosalie Stanley