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Pre-match press conference: Antonio Conte vs West Ham Utd [video]

Filed: Friday, 8th December 2017
By: Staff Writer

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte says it will be "a bit strange" to face a West Ham side just one place from the bottom of the Premier League.

The Italian, speaking to the media ahead of tomorrow's big London derby at the Olympic Stadium insisted that the Hammers have "a lot of good players", adding that he was surprised to see David Moyes' team in such a low position.

See what Conte had to say about tomorrow's vital clash in his pre-match press conference below.

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