West Brom boss Tony Pulis hoping to delay Chelsea title celebrations

West Brom boss Tony Pulis hoping to delay Chelsea title celebrations

It's a Premier League football club in terms of everything about it. Another championship could follow at West Brom on Friday.

Meanwhile, Middlesbrough were relegated last night following the defeat at Stamford Bridge.

"Every opponent who goes there has a hard game".

"It was probably more comfortable last time but the run-in is always the same, there is always a stage in the season when it's going to be tight, when teams are putting pressure on and you're having to win".

The side found its groove thanks to an early-season systemic change from Conte.

"The first year I came here, I came from winning the league in Spain and straight away we won the league, so that was very nice", Courtois added.

"It's our last game at home, and we've done reasonably well at home, so it would be nice to go out and get a result against them if we can", Brunt told British media. I think that in this situation we showed great will and desire to win the title. "I repeat what I said before, I have a contract, two years with Chelsea, but also I like to repeat for me and my players is to be focused in the moment, the moment is very important".

Boro, who needed an unlikely win against the champions-elect to have any hope of avoiding the drop, were outplayed on Monday night and suffered a record-equalling fourth demotion from the Premier League. "Obviously we've come up short".

"Now we have three chances to exploit, to become champions".

It was a contrasting emotion in the visitors dressing room, a place Middlesbrough boss Steve Agnew described as "very silent" following the final whistle.

Albion are now lacking in depth within the centre-back position with just Jonny Evans, Craig Dawson and Gareth McAuley the only recognised players. At least five Premier League appearances are required, and both have only made one in a Chelsea shirt this season. We've not won enough games or scored enough goals. In fact it's the lowest point of my life, not just my career.