But Spurs have a game in hand - against Watford on Monday night - and will be expected to win at Wembley and increase their advantage to five points with three games to play.
And if Spurs and Liverpool win two more games, Chelsea will be unable to qualify for the Champions League as the fourth spot is now out of their control.
On to the next,"Moses wrote on his Twitter handle on Sunday".
In his debut season with the Blues, Conte lifted the Premier League title with the help of marksman Diego Costa, who scored 20 league goals, which left him fourth in the race for the 2016/17 Golden Boot.
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He went on to catch 927 passes for 11,508 yards and 114 touchdowns, an National Football League scoring record for a tight end. He has the second-most receptions by a tight end in National Football League history and fourth-most overall.
A home win would move Antonio Conte's men to within just three points and they'd be confident of drawing level with Liverpool by beating Huddersfield in their game in hand at the Bridge on the 9th May. "If we carry on playing like that, it's sure that we will win the points we need".
"It's been a long time since I've scored - I was waiting for it to happen".
"What we must do is keep the momentum of the performance in the last games, because if we play like that we will achieve the necessary points to stay in the competition", he said.
"Playing in this (deeper) position it's a little bit more hard for me to get forward and to get into positions to score".
"It's a side to his game that I think goes unnoticed and he doesn't get enough credit for it actually", Jermane Jenas said on the BBC programme.
Despite Chelsea winning 1-0 against the Swans, Conte believes his side should be burying more chances, as he criticises a number of glorious chances squandered by his players during the match. "Football is not simple and anything can happen".