• Michy Batshuayi scrambles home winner after 82 minutes to seal the title.
  • The Blues celebrate their sixth league title - fifth in the Premier League era - with two games to spare.
  • Antonio Conte hoping to seal a league and FA Cup double in his first season in charge.
Chelsea celebrate their late winner at the Hawthorns. Reuters

Chelsea are champions! Michy Batshuayi's late second half goal seals it for the Blues.

Michy Batshuayi


Full-time: West Brom 0-1 Chelsea


There have been a couple of stoppages since the goal with fans jumping onto the pitch so there will be five minutes of time added on.


Michy does it! It's awfully messy I'm sure he won't mind. West Brom for once fail to clear the lines with Cahill up being a nuisance. He ends up slicing his effort but Azpilicueta reacts quickest to slide it back across goal where the forgotten summer signing is on the spot to bundle it home.


Goal! West Brom 0-1 Chelsea (Michy Batshuayi, 82)


10 minutes to go at the Hawthorns. Can Chelsea find a goal, or will the champagne remain on ice for tonight?


As a West Brom corner veers out of play, Darren Fletcher is still running about with a note handed to him by his manager. Some reshuffling going on for the Baggies.


Here come the changes from Conte, Hazard and Pedro make way with Willian and Michy Batshuayi now on.


Chelsea's shooting has been appalling tonight; Azpilicueta is the latest to blaze a woeful effort over the bar.


West Brom nearly in again! Livermore is freed in acres of space down the inside left and waits for Chadli's run inside on the opposite flank. He picks out his former Spurs teammate who looks for the far corner, but drags his effort wide.


Nearly a breakthrough! For West Brom! Luiz gets himself caught in a right mess on the half way line and Rondon bursts past him, racing towards goal at pace. Azpilicueta manages to keep pace with him superbly however and puts just enough pressure on the Baggies striker to see him blaze over.

West Brom

The theme of this second-half? Eden Hazard getting fouled lots.


Tony Pulis is going to be forced into making his final change just after the hour mark, Gareth McAuley has picked up a knock and Marc Wilson comes onto replace him.


Costa gets the ball just inside the box and tries to turn and shoot, but he is denied by an excellent sliding challenge from Yacob.


And here's another change for West Brom, Nacer Chadli is onto replace McClean.


This match is now just a series of incidents where a West Brom player fouls Eden Hazard.


Fabregas does just that, but no one is on the end of it and the ball floats out of play.


Dawson is penalised for placing a hand on Hazard's back. Chelsea free kick which Fabregas will lift into the six yard area.


Nearly an own goal! Hazard torments West Brom, driving down the inside left and drilling a ball across goal where it bounces between Dawson and Evans. Between the two of them however they manage to clear their lines.


Here's the first change of the match; Claudio Yacob is on for Field.


Hazard lays a clever ball off for Fabregas who tries to ping into the top far corner from range. He doesn't quite get the connection right however and it veers well wide.


Foster denies Moses! The former Crystal Palace youngster pings a snapshot across goal, looking to catch Ben Foster out. The goalkeeper reacts well, however, getting down to palm it away for a corner.


FINALLY A GOAL. Everton have taken the lead at Goodison Park and it's Ross Barkley, the man given a final ultimatum over his future at the club this week, who has broken the deadlock.


Goal! Everton 1-0 Watford (Ross Barkley, 58)