WATCH: Antonio Conte press conference pre Everton

Speaking on the eve of his sides Premier League clash against Everton at Goodison Park, Chelsea manager Antonio Conte admitted that the suspension of Alvaro Morata for a yellow card he picked up in the midweek win over Bournemouth is a massive loss.

The Italian coach also revealed that the absence of his £70 million striker will mean that The Blues will have to alter their tactical approach to tomorrow’s game.

Conte also admitted he would like to strengthen his squad in January, but said that the transfer window can be a difficult period with all the speculation it entails.

Chelsea’s manager spoke of his expectation that Everton will provide stern opposition tomorrow, as they have improved considerably since the arrival of Sam Allardyce as their coach.

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