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Chelsea manager Antonio Conte has described his side's Premier League clash away to relegation threatened Southampton on Saturday as one of their most important games of the season as the Blues chase a top four place.

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It has been an inconsistent few weeks for the Blues, who lost three, won two and drew two - while also being eliminated from the Champions League by Barcelona.

Defeat at Southampton on Saturday would look very similar to Mourinho's final days in the Chelsea job (sort of) and could potentially bring an abrupt end to his reign at Stamford Bridge, which will nearly certainly end this summer regardless.

"When you go into games, you know there's certain things players individually and collectively need to understand".

"This is not the first time - two years ago, this happened". Then there is the players.

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"My job is to work with the players and finish the season strongly. I think this is a job for the club".

On the worldwide stage, he managed his native France for two years before stepping down after France got knocked out the Euro 2012 quarter-finals by eventual winners Spain.

Irrespective of what the future may hold, a spirited performance in the league game with the Saints and victory in the FA Cup semifinal would work wonders for morale. However, him and Kante have only started together six times at Chelsea.

"You have raised expectations and they don't get any higher than when you go into a new season on the back of being champions".

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has suggested that he was right to leave Andreas Christensen out of his starting lineup for last week's game with West Ham United.

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