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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
17 Swansea 8 9 16 33
18 Southampton 5 14 15 29
19 Stoke 6 10 18 28
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Marcos Alonso misses FA Cup semi-final through suspension

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Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso serves the second game of his three-match ban for violent conduct in Sunday's FA Cup semi-final against Southampton.

Danny Drinkwater remains a doubt for the tie at Wembley because of a groin problem.

David Luiz and Ethan Ampadu are sidelined due to respective knee and ankle injuries.

Southampton will monitor Mario Lemina and Sofiane Boufal.

Midfielder Lemina has been suffering with back and hamstring problems while winger Boufal is ill. Both men missed Thursday's 0-0 draw...

Chelsea, Southampton learn true value of a No. 9 in calamitous campaigns

The ESPN FC guys debate whether Alvaro Morata is overrated or just a bad fit for Chelsea.
With Chelsea on the outside looking in when it comes to the UCL next season, the FC crew examine who's to blame for their underwhelming campaign.

It could be their last meeting for years. Southampton and Chelsea are separated by 13 places now and could be divided by a division next season. Southampton have gone 42 years without a trophy. Chelsea's last came just 11 months ago.

Yet if more divides than unites Sunday's FA Cup semifinalists, there is a shared sense this season has been underwhelming. Striking failures are a reason for that. They made it strange that last week's meeting ended 3-2; more typically, however, was that neither...