CONTE REVEALS WHY HE SWITCHED TO 4-2-3-1 IN THE SECOND HALF AGAINST STOKE CITY

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With the scores level at 1-1, Chelsea boss Antonio Conte replaced Victor Moses with Cesc Fabregas, switching our ever-dependable 3-4-3 system to 4-2-3-1.

The switch paid off as Fabregas’ corner led to Gary Cahill’s late winner.

When asked why he had changed his formation, Conte replied: “This is not the first time. This happened against Burnley.

“When you want to take more risks, to try to take three points and not only one, to try to change.

“For sure there is the great possibility to score the goal, but also to concede a goal.

“You must know this but then I prefer to decide and risk to take three points. In other situations I decide to keep the result.”

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