Tottenham hold advantage over Chelsea in run-in - Cesc Fabregas

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Cesc Fabregas capitalised on an error to curl home what eventually proved to be a fourth-minute victor and what was his 50th goal in England's top-flight.

It took them to within two points of fourth-placed Tottenham, who play Watford at Wembley on Monday evening.

"The only way that we have to put a bit of pressure on the top four is to win".

Liverpool are now in the driving seat as they're six points ahead of Chelsea in third place but they've played a game more and crucially must travel to Stamford Bridge next weekend.

On to the next,"Moses wrote on his Twitter handle on Sunday".

City's stroll in east London, featuring strikes from Leroy Sane, Gabriel Jesus, Fernandinho and an own goal from their former defender Pablo Zabaleta, gave them a Premier League record-equalling 30th win this season, while also taking them to 102 league goals this term.

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But Swansea manager Carlos Carvalhal believes his team can avoid relegation.

"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.

"We were very good defensively and it's important for us to take three points with a good win. Football is not simple and anything can happen".

The 30-year-old said: "We won, so they (Tottenham) will probably feel that they need to do well and not drop points anymore".

"When I arrived... all journalists used miracle in their questions: 'Do I think I will do a miracle?' I remember very well the first day". It's up to us to keep winning but they obviously have the advantage because they are on top'.

Chelsea faced some level of discomfort due to Swansea's late push for a point and the match produced even more drama when Nathan Dyer tumbled to the ground inside Chelsea's penalty area on the wake of a robust challenge from Gary Cahill.