Chelsea will officially lift the Premier League trophy after their final game of the season against Sunderland at Stamford Bridge later this afternoon.
Regardless of the result, the Blues will officially be crowned the Champions of the England after the game against Sunderland.
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But manager of the season, Jose Mourinho will not accept anything but a win from his player in their last game of the season in front of the home crowd.
Jose Mourinho, who was named the Premier League Manager of the season after he successfully guided Chelsea to glory in his second season back in England.
The Portuguese saw his side’s 16-game unbeaten run come to a halt last week after Chelsea lost to West Brom 3-0, thanks largely to the sending off of Fabregas, who was shown a straight red card in a controversial manner.
The manager would be hoping from a quick response from the Champions and nothing but a win will satisfy him.
Sunderland at the other hand, have made another great escape this season after they successfully avoided the drop by holding Arsenal to a 0-0 draw in their last game.
Player of the season, Eden Hazard is certain to miss his first game of the season after he had to undergo an emergency dental surgery to remove his wisdom tooth.
Along with him, Chelsea will be without midfielder Cesc Fabregas, who is suspended for Chelsea’s final game of the season, thanks to his red card against West Brom last week.
Jose Mourinho has confirmed that Diego Costa will start the game and he has also promised to give youngsters Andreas Christensen and Jeremie Boga a chance to shine against Sunderland.
Kurt Zouma, Ramires and Oscar remain on the sideline through injuries.
Larsson is a big doubt for Sunderland against Chelsea with Lee Cattermore is expected to be rested.