Chelsea travel to vibrant Burnley

February 11, 2017
Chelsea's Eden Hazard (right) avoids a tackle by Arsenal's Shkodran Mustafi during the English Premier League match between Chelsea and Arsenal at Stamford Bridge stadium in London, on February 4. Chelsea won 3-1.
Leicester's Ben Chilwell (left), competes for the ball with Derby's Ikechi Anya during the English FA Cup Fourth Round replay match between Leicester City and Derby County at the King Power Stadium in Leicester, England, on Wednesday. (AP Photo)
Leicester's Demarai Gray (left), competes for the ball with Derby's Julien de Sart during the English FA Cup Fourth Round replay match between Leicester City and Derby County at the King Power Stadium in Leicester, England, on Wednesday. (AP Photo)
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Is there some hope for the chasing pack? Holding a nine-point lead with 14 games left, Chelsea head to a team that has won nine of its last 10 homes games in all competitions.

Burnley's only loss at Turf Moor since early October was against Manchester City. Leicester, the struggling defending champions, have slumped to within one point of the relegation zone after a run of four straight losses. Only four teams stand between the champions and last place, and they play one of them tomorrow, Swansea.

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