Eden Hazard: 'We have dropped too many points'

Chelsea's Eden Hazard celebrates after scoring his team's second goal via the penalty spot against Tottenham during their Premier League match on March 8, 2014
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Eden Hazard believes that Chelsea cannot afford to drop any more points to sides below them if they want to win the Premier League.

Eden Hazard has claimed that Chelsea have dropped too many points against sides below them in the table.

The Blues lost to Crystal Palace last weekend, two weeks after being beaten by Aston Villa.

Hazard stated that if Chelsea want to be Premier League champions, then they can not afford to drop any more points, starting with a win against Stoke City this evening.

"We've lost too many points on games like Stoke this season," Hazard told The Sun.

"To have any chance of being champions, we don't have that luxury anymore.

"We are not the only big team to have lost to Stoke. They are a very complicated team to play against."

Chelsea were beaten 3-2 by Stoke in the reverse fixture earlier in the season.

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