Gary Cahill puts Chelsea on a final warning after flop

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"Our fans deserve more than today".

'We're very fortunate that the sport was considerably irrelevant in the long run as Liverpool received, as a result of if we had come off that pitch with that efficiency having thrown a Champions League spot away, it could have been extraordinarily exhausting to take'. It was difficult. We worked very hard, but we won.

As a outcome of this reported lack of support, there's speculation he could be leaving which Bakayoko - who joined the club from Ligue 1 champions Monaco last summer - does not want to see happen.

Asked if it would be damaging for the Blues to miss out on a top-four finish, he said: "I don't know".

The Spaniard, who has a year left on his contract, has been critical of Newcastle's poor transfer dealings throughout the season.

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It was only six years ago when Newcastle finished fifth in the Premier League and qualified for the Europa League.

Conte has been the subject of constant speculation that his second season with Chelsea could well be his last.

They've also scored just once in those four defeats - a goal by Ayoze Perez in a 2-1 loss at Watford.

Olivier Giroud nearly scored a spectacular goal to rival his scorpion kick for Arsenal against Crystal Palace last season, but otherwise contributed little, while Tiemoue Bakayoko remains worryingly cumbersome, his poor clearance leading to Newcastle's game-clinching second goal.

Newcastle could win a top-flight home match against Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United in a single season for the first time since 1968-69.

One of the fans Ebuka Michael told our correspondent on Friday that Moses can replicate his performance against Liverpool to help Chelsea secure a win.

Chelsea, though, can not accept anything less than a win, and even that may not be enough.

A couple of quick, early goals would've filtered through to Anfield, trickling the 122 miles across the ether into smartphones; via social media, live score apps and messages.

He has been an on-field leader at Newcastle for some time, with Rafa Benitez having passed him the armband, and while others may be keen to buy into his many qualities, the Nottingham Forest academy graduate is turning a deaf ear to the exit talk.

The top-four bid may be out of their hands, but Conte insisted he would select his team with only victory over the Magpies in mind, not next Saturday's Wembley date with Manchester United.