Published: Fri, May 11, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Huddersfield celebrate Premier League survival with 200-mile bus trip home

Huddersfield celebrate Premier League survival with 200-mile bus trip home

On Chelsea's trip to Newcastle, Merson adds: "It's all about the FA Cup final now for Chelsea, isn't it?"

"Rafa Benitez and his players will be keen to give the Toon Army something to cheer on Sunday, however, and I think they will pick up at least a point against last year's champions".

However, David Wagner's side held Chelsea to a 1-1 draw putting more dent in their chances of qualifying for next season's Champions League but securing their top flight action for next season.

"My answer is always the same", he said. "I am very, very excited to go to the Champions League final".

"That's the situation but it's no problem to play the game, we have to play it anyway so now we have to win it, that's it".

"The only hope and intention was to keep our hopes alive and win the game".

The Italian declined to appraise his spell, which began in July 2016.

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"I think you understood that this speculation is not important for me because my focus is only to work in the best possible way with my players. We love games like this, we knew what we needed, a point".

This weekend the outcome is still in their own hands: draw against Brighton, who are safe, and it will most likely be enough thanks to their +42 goal difference.

Antonio Conte accepts he may not get the chance to lead Chelsea into next season with the Blues looking set to miss out on Champions League qualification.

"Now there is not time to regret". United had only conceded twice in their first eight league games of the season, but that tally was doubled in five first-half minutes following two sloppy mistakes that were clinically punished by Aaron Mooy and Laurent Depoitre.

Alonso equalised for the home side, who were looking to apply pressure on Liverpool in the race to finish in the top four, but they were unable to find a victor.

Yet the German acknowledges "there is still a job to do" in Liverpool's last home fixture before they can then concentrate on the prospect of playing Real Madrid on May 26.

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