Chelsea continue fine run under Conte with derby win over Spurs

Chelsea returned to the top of the table after coming from behind at Stamford Bridge to hand Spurs their first Premier League defeat this season.

Eden Hazard has claimed that Liverpool and Manchester City are the Chelsea's main competition for the title this season, apparently ruling Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur out of the race.

Of course, the way Chelsea is playing right now, 7-0 with a 19-1 goal differential in their last seven, Eden Hazard can say whatever he pleases about league rivals.

Left-back Alonso said: "We've got to go game by game and we will see at the end of the season".

It's been a frustrating few days for Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino and his team, who were eliminated from the Champions League midweek at the hands of Monaco and on Saturday their winless streak at the Brdige was extended to 30 games. They dropped off a little bit more and allowed us to play our football.

The Blues face a massive test against Manchester City next weekend and Hazard believes the Citizens are major contenders for the title, along with Liverpool, but the Belgian overlooked Arsenal with his comments quoted by The Daily Telegraph. "Tottenham is a really good team with great organization", Conte said in his post match analysis.

Conte's side have not lost in the Premier League since he switched to a 3-4-3 system, although the Italian said it was premature to discuss them as potential champions.

Tottenham Hotspur defender Eric Dier insists that his club can not ponder over Saturday's loss against Chelsea and must shift their focus to the Swansea City game next Saturday.

Liverpool are the third favourites, followed by Arsenal and Tottenham. When you win this type of game, a special derby, you must be pleased. We are concentrating on the opposition during the week and give everything. "We have one week to prepare for the game and at the end of the week we know what to do when we play".

"I am very pleased with the goal but the most important thing is the three points that we got (on Saturday)".