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Published: Tue, December 27, 2016
Business | By Patricia Jimenez

Jackets top Habs for 12th straight win

Jackets top Habs for 12th straight win

It was Chelsea's 12th straight win in the Premier League, a new club record, and on this performance it is hard to make a case against them going on to claim the title.

And Blues boss Conte said: "I think today we sent a good message in general because we think a lot of people wanted to see us without two really important players in Costa and Kante to see if we lost points".

However, despite being the obvious replacement, Conte is keeping his cards close to his chest: "Diego is an important player for us but in this squad I can have different solutions for his replacement and we are working on this aspect." .

Chelsea made it 12 consecutive victories in the Premier League after defeating Bournemouth 2-0. Chelsea's next game is at home to Stoke on New Year's Eve. I hope to continue to win until the end of this season. But record is not important if you don't get your objectives in this championship at the end of the season.

"The players know the principles of how we play and they are comfortable, but we need to improve". For sure he wants to play and it's not easy when you have in front of you Costa. In four days we have another tough game and we have to prepare very well. "But all of the players, I am pleased for them and it was a good performance".

The Chelsea striker was hopeful of getting an opportunity to impress in the absence of the suspended Diego Costa but his manager opted instead to play Eden Hazard through the middle.

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I want to win and every decision I make is because I want to win.

Former England coach Sam Allardyce was denied victory in his first game back in club management, with his Crystal Palace team conceding a second-half penalty to draw 1-1 at Watford in the English Premier League on Monday.

The Spain global revealed new boss Antonio Conte has put extra effort into building up the players' fitness.

Howe said: "The decisive moment was the second goal and how that went against us I thought was a key moment". If they win, the chance to make it 14 wins will come in the derby against Tottenham at White Hart Lane on 4 January.

"But we have to continue to work with him, to try together to improve him".

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