THERE is absolutely nothing to play for when Chelsea host Watford tonight.
It’s the sort of game you could easily be forgiven for opting against watching.
After all, Chelsea have already won the Premier League and Watford have survived relegation.
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But before you check yout TV guide to find something else to watch, check out these five reasons why you SHOULD tune-in…
BRIDGE OF HIGHS
CHELSEA clinched the Premier League title on Friday with two games still to play, both at home.
However, they won the title at the Hawthorns after a 1-0 win over West Brom with only a handful of Blues fans there to celebrate.
The game at Watford will be Chelsea’s homecoming and they’re bound to get a wild reception when they take to the Stamford Bridge turf.
TERRY NICE TO KNOW YA
JOHN TERRY is set to leave Chelsea after a glittering two decades at the club.
Whether his future lies in China, the US or even Bournemouth, what better way to celebrate his career than a pair of home games?
It would be odd to see Conte leave out JT with the title already sewn up, if for no other reason than to give the “captain, leader, legend” a fitting farewell.
THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT
THIS is the perfect sort of game for both clubs to experiment, in what may as well be a friendly fixture.
Players such as Michy Batshuayi – the hero of Friday night – are certainly owed a run in the team.
Meanwhile, players such as Nathaniel Chalobah, Nathan Ake and Ruben Loftus-Cheek may be given a run-out, while Charly Musonda, Dominic Solanke and Ola Aina are potential left-field selections.
THINGS are looking bleak for Walter Mazzarri.
There’s already talk that the Hornets hierarchy are lining-up a move for Championship-bound Hull boss Marco Silva.
This game may well be a shop window’for the Italian boss as he looks to secure a new role elsewhere.
HORNETS LOOK TO STING
FINALLY, finally Watford can play with some freedom.
After battling relegation for the past few weeks, the Hornets are now officially staying in the Premier League.
Watford will now be looking to play with some attacking intent, free from the shackles of their frantic relegation scrap.