Leicester City holds Chelsea at home goalless

Leicester City holds Chelsea at home goalless

"A lot of time defenders have had chances to score but didn't take them".

Mourinho has experessed a desire for the feud to come to an end and, asked if he enjoyed such exchanges, he replied: "I don't".

Last week, Conte accused the Portuguese of having "demenza senile" after believing Mourinho had referenced him when discussing a "clown on the touchline". "There is a lot of speculation about the players. and we want to keep our best player".

Mourinho had said that he did not like to sign players in the January window, but the availability of Sanchez has changed his mind.

Natheless, they're also willing to wait on the deal in view of the fact that Conte's long-term prospect at Stamford Bridge remains uncertain.

Chelsea are in third place in the Premier League table and 16 points adrift of leaders Manchester City to all but rule out retaining their title.

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James Ward-Prowse scored his first two goals of the Premier League season for Southampton but that wasn't enough to give the Saints a desperately-needed win as hosts Watford rallied to draw 2-2. Fresh off two consecutive goalless draws against Norwich City and Arsenal, Chelsea are by no stretch of imagination at their best, and Leicester should be looking to exploit that. "A tactic to play and go to kick an opponent?"

"I have another year of (my) contract with this club", he said.

Football fans noticed on Saturday evening how Chelsea have "liked" a tweet from snooker's Neil Robertson comparing this season under Conte to the 2010/11 term under Carlo Ancelotti. That's why for me (the row with Conte) is over. "They are in the Champions League and doing well in the cup". Sometimes it's other managers' fault. "It's the same for me contempt", he said. "But I am more happy in what I am doing now".

Jan 5: Conte said: "Sometimes, someone forgets what's said in the past, which is his behaviour". "So never say never, you just don't know what situation you'll be put in with your team".

Conte's men were gifted an unexpected lift when Chilwell, booked moments earlier, lunged into a studs-up tackle on Victor Moses in the 68th minute, earning a red card from referee Michael Jones. "For sure, his future will be in a great club".