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By Neil Johnston

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  1. A night to remember


    Eden Hazard partied so hard after Chelsea's title win that he ended up wearing his shirt the wrong way round.

  2. What the papers say

    Daily Mirror


    Admittedly, Michy Batshuayi's name is too long to make a back page headline. So what do many of Saturday's papers do? They shorten it to Bat, of course.

  3. Smile if you're champions


  4. How did Conte turn Chelsea around?

    Phil McNulty

    BBC Sport chief football writer

    Antonio Conte

    Antonio Conte inherited a squad that had declined from domestic superpower to mid-table mediocrity amid acrimony and the sacking of title-winning manager Jose Mourinho. 

    But he has shown the personality, tactical brilliance and sure touch to put them back at the top of the English game.

    Read more from Phil here.

  5. What the papers say

    The Times


    A picture that says a thousand words from The Times as Michy Batshuayi celebrates the goal that clinches Chelsea their second title in three seasons.

    The boy from Brussels done good.

  6. 'Little nuggets'

    Jermaine Jenas

    Former England midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live

    Antonio Conte

    Antonio Conte already had winners in his ranks. They lost their way last season and watching them last year they were unrecognisable. He has come in and reinvigorated them.

    Conte, what I like about him is he gave Victor Moses a chance and trusted him. He has made him a better player and a Premier League champion.

    They are the little nuggets he brings that make him so special.

  7. Scenes


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    Video caption: Full-time scenes as Chelsea seal title

    We all love a good celebration and it's fair to say Chelsea's players and staff know how to party like champions.

    Just look at these scenes after the full time whistle as Michy Batshuayi's late goal gave them the victory they required to secure the title at West Brom.

    Read Phil McNulty's match report here. 

  8. Today's action

    Where do Chelsea go from here? How does Antonio Conte's achievements compare to other title-winning managers? Will the Blues keep Conte and Diego Costa?

    So much title talk to come but this is how the final Saturday of the Premier League campaign is shaping up.

    Oh no, the final Saturday?

    Manchester City v Leicester City (12:30 BST)

    Bournemouth v Burnley (15:00 BST)

    Middlesbrough v Southampton (15:00 BST)

    Sunderland v Swansea City (15:00 BST)

    Stoke City v Arsenal (17:30 BST)

  9. Finishing line in sight


    Antonio Conte hoisted high into the night air by his players, John Terry chucking his boots into the crowd...unbelievable scenes.

    Chelsea are Premier League champions with two games to spare. What a fantastic achievement.

    Yet there is so much more to be decided in the last few days of the top-flight campaign. 

    The race to join Chelsea and Tottenham in the Champions League does the battle to avoid joining Sunderland and Middlesbrough in the Championship.

  10. Campioni


    The morning after the night before. Raging hangovers after an unforgettable Blues party in the Black Country.   


    No Antonio, you weren't dreaming. Chelsea really are the champions of England. 


    So that's it then? The Premier League is all done and dusted? Hmm..not quite.