Eden Hazard reckons Premier League leaders Chelsea currently have some teams beaten ahead of they run out at Stamford Bridge.
Antonio Conte’s rejuvenated squad head into this weekend’s fixtures seeking to extend an eight-point gap in the prime with the table once they host relegation-battlers Swansea.
Chelsea swept Arsenal aside 3-1 in their last property match, which was an 11th successive victory in all competitions in front with the Blues supporters because losing to Liverpool on September 16.
Belgian playmaker Hazard believes such dominant type at Stamford Bridge can prove the backbone of a thriving assault on the Premier League title.
“Yes, it’s substantial. It’s hard for the opponent to come here and win games,” Hazard mentioned in the London Evening Standard. “Do I get that feeling that some teams are beaten ahead of kick-off? Yes. We’re playing better than final season.
“It’s slightly like two years ago when we won the league.
“I recall the second a part of the season back then – sometimes the team didn’t play properly, but we generally scored a minimum of a single objective and Thibaut Courtois would make at the very least a single very good save, like against Arsenal.
“We are in full self-confidence right here on this pitch. You know the fans bring anything, they help us.
“I bear in mind against Tottenham [the 2-1 win] earlier in the season once they scored, but the supporters kept going, they kept singing.
“It’s fantastic and we feel incredibly superior on this pitch. We know almost everything can take place in football, but we’ve got self-belief and that may be extremely significant in football.”
Hazard referred to as for Conte’s squad to stay focused on delivering the essential results from their remaining 13 league games.
A possible league and FA Cup double could also be on the cards need to Chelsea see off Manchester United in their quarter-final at Stamford Bridge subsequent month.
“We just want to help keep the exact same concentration. It is a lot more difficult to play away because of the fans, but we are ready, we are expert. We can handle the stress. Every thing is going fantastic,” Hazard stated.
“We know if we would like to be champions, in our property stadium we’ve got to win most of our games.
“We can not say all 19 mainly because we have already lost to Liverpool, but we’ve got to win 16 to 17 since it is our place and we’re prepared to provide.”