Chelsea dropped to third in the Premier League table.
The Blues were ruling the top-flight until last weekend where they dropped points after losing 3-2 at the hands of West Ham.
Manchester City finds themselves at the top of the table with 35 points, Liverpool on 34 and Chelsea on 33.
Despite being a three-point gap between the three teams, club legend Glen Johnson believes Chelsea have risked themselves by falling behind in the title race.
‘I don’t see either Liverpool or Manchester City dropping many points so it’s going to be a big couple of weeks for Chelsea,’ Johnson told Betting Odds.
‘If you’re going to win the league, then any game you score two goals in is a match that you must win.
‘Two goals should be good enough to win almost every football match, so to lose 3-2 is super disappointing for them.
‘They brought West Ham into the game when they should have been out of sight. That’s what happens at this level, if you don’t put the game to bed then the other team is good enough to come back at you.
‘They have one way of playing without [Romelu] Lukaku and then when he’s playing then it’s a totally different style and I think we saw that in the two halves against West Ham.’