- Antonio Conte has told his players to be wary of Everton striker Romelu Lukaku in their clash at Goodison Park
- Chelsea will face the Toffees in a crunch Premier League encounter on Sunday, April 30, 2017
- The Belgian forward is Premier League's top scorer netting 24 times in 33 appearances for Everton
Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has sent a message of warning to his players to be wary of Everton striker Romelu Lukaku in their next Premier League tie against the Everton.
The Italian manager knows the threat his players will be faced with in their clash with the Toffees on Sunday, April 30, at Goodison Park - and has told his players to pay attention to the Belgian.
He stated in his press conference that one of the tasks of his players will be to stop the league’s top scorer.
He said: ‘Lukaku is a really good player. He’s scoring a lot of goals this season but not only this season. We must pay great attention'
‘We must pay great attention to Lukaku and also the other players because they have a lot of good players with good technique and good finishing ability' he added.
NAIJ.com reports that the Belgian is the leading goal scorer in the Premier League this season netting 24 times in 33 appearences for Everton.
The Blues are on top of the Premier League table with 78 points and will be looking to avoid defeat against the Toffees as they top 2nd place Tottenham with four points with 5 games to go.
The Toffees on the other hand are 7th on the table with four games to go and they will be looking to avenge their 5-0 annihilation against the Blues earlier this season.
Meanwhile on the local scene, watch the Super Eagles as they prepare for the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.