Chelsea boss Antonio Conte provides major injury update on Alvaro Morata

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Chelsea's lengthy injury list is a stark contrast to last season, when Conte was able to field the same starting line-up most weeks.

Against a team that had lost each of their previous seven Premier League fixtures this season without scoring a solitary goal, the Blues suffered their second successive defeat and third from eight games in the league.

Chelsea, who are fifth in the standings on 13 points, have now lost their last two league games, including the damaging home defeat by Manchester City before the worldwide break.

The goal certainly attracted attention from Spurs fans, who may have spent the months leading into the summer hoping that he may be Wembley-bound after helping the Eagles just about stay up last season.

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"We mustn't be happy", Conte added.

He said: "When you start a game without Morata and without Kante, it's not simple. For this reason we have to put 150, 100 per cent won't be enough", the Italian was quoted saying by the Guardian on Sunday.

"Tomorrow I'm not taking a risk if I decide for Morata to play". Everyone can see our situation.

"It will be very hard for me to sleep", he said. Last season is the past.

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"We have players that are not used to playing three in a row".

"This season we're facing four competitions and we are having a few problems doing this. When you have a few injuries, you are in trouble". Also we need to understand the situation and to continue to work to find the right solution despite the injuries.

Reportedly furious with Chelsea's limp display at Palace on Saturday, Conte is said to have held a lengthy inquest with his team this week, accusing them of taking it easy and imploring them to raise their work-rate.

"I trust in every player and try to give everyone the opportunity to take the chance".

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