Busy Monday in the office it was at the Cobham training ground for Chelsea players and the Coaching Staffs as they switched attention to the top four race, then begins preparations ahead of the game against the premier Champions, Liverpool coming up on Wednesday at Anfeld.
Haven't defeated Manchester United to reach English FA Cup final, the Blues regrouped on Monday with group and individual fitness training at the Cobham training ground with Head Coach, Frank Lampard dishing out instructions to the players ahead of the all important tie against Liverpool.
As the top four race hits up, Chelsea will need a win at Anfield on Wednesday to make a top four finish.
The Blues are currently third on the English Premier League table with 63 points, one point above fourth place Leicester City and Manchester United who shared the same points. A victory for Chelsea will seal a UEFA Champions league spot for them.
The game promises to be interesting as Liverpool will be lifting their long awaited English Premier league trophy and will like to get a victory to mark that occasion.
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