In spite of Jose Mourinho's regular attempts to write off his side's chances of claiming the Premier League crown, Chelsea are very much in with a chance to win the title. To put things into perspective, the Blues will come out on top should they win all four of their remaining games.
One of those is at Anfield against current league leaders Liverpool. For Chelsea to realize their potential this term, they're going to need their first-choice performers available for selection.
Mourinho, the self-proclaimed Special One, has his preferred back line figured out. To an extent, the same is true for his midfield.
While he is probably sweating over the fitness of star winger Eden Hazard, who Martin Lipton of the Mirror reports will miss the game against Sunderland, his real challenge lies in picking a first-choice centre-forward for what's left of the campaign.
It's no secret Jose isn't happy with his options up front, but for now Chelsea's Portuguese gaffer has to make do with available resources.
The key question is, who is worthy of being the lone front man for the four games that will determine the destination of the league title?
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