"It'll be a tough game away from home but hopefully we can get that win, put the pressure on and just wait and see". Leicester, however, are playing for pride and won their first game in four to move within a point of the top half.
City was held 2-2 by relegation-threatened Middlesbrough, but fifth-place Manchester United could also only draw with Swansea so remains a point behind its neighbour.
A superb second-half strike by Pedro and late goals from Gary Cahill and Willian stretched Chelsea's lead at the top over Tottenham to seven points as they emphatically ended Everton's run of eight successive home wins.
"This week we are struggling with two situations about David Luiz and N'Golo", Conte said at his pre-match media conference. "That would be disappointing".
Arsenal remain six points adrift of fourth-placed Manchester City having played one game fewer. "This year is more hard", he said.
If Football Manager is anything to go by, we can expect a photo finish at the bottom as both Hull City and Swansea City finished in 18th place on nine occasions, highlighting just how little margin for error there is.
While Tottenham and Chelsea fight it out at the top, it continues to be a case of "after you" for the rest of the Champions League chasers.More news: Wisconsin dairy farmers face spoiling market, tight deadline
"It's important that the fans know that the players are calm and we will see at the end of the season whether the rumours are true or not". He dropped Hazard and Diego Costa in last week's FA Cup semifinal win over Spurs, bringing them on after an hour with the score 2-2. We try to win again and they win again.
"The race for the title is down to four points and we will see what will happen. Everything is open until the end".
They must first, however, beat West Ham at the London Stadium, where the Hammers have struggled for form this term.
Tottenhams Harry Kane scores from the penalty spot during the Premier League match against Arsenal at the White Hart Lane, on Sunday. "We are not happy with it but we don't compare ourselves to Spurs, we compare ourselves to where we want to be" Wenger said.
Arsenal, with all the turmoil going on at the managerial position, have fallen down to sixth, with the Gunners getting 7/1 or 8/1 Champions League qualification chances. We've got a fantastic manager, he's one of the best in the world in my opinion, we've got a great squad with a real togetherness. "We're playing as well as we ever have done in the Premier League".
"I think it was a great game, we created so many chances".