Crystal Palace shocks Chelsea to continue its climb to safety under Allardyce

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Now that the Blues have finally faltered and suffered a shock defeat at home to relegation threatened Crystal Palace, Arsenal are in no position to take advantage but the team that could challenge them for the title is our north London rivals Tottenham.

Conte, who has previously admitted his outlook on management has been influenced by those painful memories, said he will not be taking anything for granted until the end of the season.

"You'd hope we could target a point, given the form we're in".

"Never an easy game at our level", Allardyce said.

Mauricio Pochettino has warned Chelsea that his Tottenham side are ready to capitalise on any more slips from the Premier League leaders, AFP reports.

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"It's important to see the result tomorrow", Conte said at Cobham Training Centre.

"It must make you proud to be in this run. To get that we need to win games". "I'm sure Diego is in good form, great form".

The schedule for the next month also raises the prospect that the title race could be prolonged longer than many expected, with Chelsea also playing Manchester United away in two weeks' time.

Eric Dier and substitute Heung-min Son scored second-half goals for Tottenham, which earned a fourth straight league win.

Last-place Sunderland dropped seven points adrift of safety by losing 1-0 at Watford and third-to-last Hull rallied to beat West Ham 2-1, moving into a tied on points with Swansea.

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"We have to continue in the same way to work, to prepare every game in the right way, and to keep concentration".

Conte suggested there is a greater chance of such a turnaround in the Premier League.

It appears they have cause to be concerned, as the Ivory Coast global is being by a host of top four teams, following his impressive season of six goals and seven assists in the league.

"We must play with great attention when we go forward because of Manchester City's counter-attacking threat".

Chelsea's 3-1 win at the Etihad Stadium ended in acrimony as City striker Aguero caught Chelsea defender Luiz on the knee, sparking a touchline melee.

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