Moses fully deserves his inclusion after he scored the decisive goal at Turf Moor to help the Blues past the Clarets 2-1 on the night. Chelsea led in the game through a Kevin Long own-goal until Ashley Barnes popped up with an equaliser just after the hour-mark. Burnley weren’t level for very long though as Moses latched onto a cross from his opposite wing-back, Emerson Palmieri, and fired a shot past Nick Pope at the near post.
The Nigerian carried his fine form into Chelsea’s FA Cup semi-final at the weekend too, playing the full 90 minutes and doing his bit to keep Southampton at bay as the Blues ran out comfortable 2-0 winners over the Saints. Moses will be hoping he can continue his fine run of form into Chelsea’s last five games of the season. Conte’s side face four more Premier League fixtures against Swansea, Liverpool, Huddersfield and Newcastle before they meet Manchester United in this season’s FA Cup final.