Everton vs Chelsea 30/4/2017
Five rounds to go, and this trip to Goodison Park is undoubtedly the toughest test for Chelsea. Lose and they could find their lead cut to just one point. The Toffees are no slouches themselves, having won eight straight matches for the first time in EPL history. League leading striker Romelu Lukaku will be eager to put one over his old side, having featured in the Toffees’ horrid goalless draw at West Ham last weekend. Chelsea are leaking goals, but their attacking instincts are seemingly dragging them over the finish line. Eden Hazard produced the opening goal in the 4-2 win against Southampton, his 15th league goal of the season, and will be aiming to improve on what already is his best return in a single campaign.