Chelsea have dropped eight points at home this season, already two more than last season, and confront fourth-placed Watford with only one fully fit senior midfielder. Antonio Conte’s side are clearly struggling to adapt to the fixture clutter generated by the Champions League. The visitors’ start will be fuelling their own European desires, with having taken 10 points from four away games to date. This suddenly feels a distinctly awkward fixture for the defending champions. Dominic…

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