Chelsea boosted their own chances of finishing in the Premier League’s top four with a derby day victory on Sunday.

One of the club’s wingers reached a milestone in that match, putting him in an exclusive club.

The Blues announced that they will be travelling to the United States of America towards the end of the campaign for a friendly match.

Supporters can now vote for who they would like to see featured on the Shed Wall, with the nominations for the latest addition being released throughout this week.

And, the club’s campaign against Anti-Semitism has received for its work in the community.

Chelsea supporter and Football Journalism student Jonty Colman looks at five of the major talking points from the past seven days.

Fulham 1-2 Chelsea

Chelsea’s only match this week saw them defeat London rivals Fulham 2-1 at Craven Cottage on Sunday, their second Premier League victory over London-based opposition in as many matches.

Gonzalo Higuain opened the scoring after 20 minutes, finishing off a sublime team move with an emphatic finish on the end of Cesar Azpilicueta’s cross, his third goal for the Blues.

Maurizio Sarri’s side’s lead lasted just eight minutes, with Arsenal loanee Callum Chambers volleying in Ryan Babel’s cross at the back post.

The Blues regained their advantage and sealed the win before the interval, with Jorginho placing his effort into the top corner of Sergio Rico’s net, his first goal for Chelsea since the opening weekend of the season and his first goal for the club from open play.

A victory means that Chelsea are only a point behind fifth-placed Arsenal and two behind Manchester United in fourth, with a game in hand at home to Brighton & Hove Albion being a probable source of three important points.

Hazard joins an exclusive club

Jorginho’s goal was created by Belgian starlet Eden Hazard, who put himself into an exclusive club with that assist.

It was his 50th in the Premier League, making him only the 39th player in the league’s history to do so.

He also became only the third player in Chelsea’s history to reach 50 goals and 50 assists in the Premier League, with Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba the other two members of this exclusive club.

May trip to the USA

In May, Chelsea will be travelling to America to face New England Revolution in a friendly at the Gillette Stadium.

The match has been organised as part of Chelsea’s ‘Say No To Antisemitism’ campaign and will take place on Wednesday 15th May.

This friendly occurs just three days after the Blues’ final Premier League match of the season against Leicester City and 10 days before the Europa League final.

Tickets start at $40 each and can be purchased via Ticketmaster.com and Revolutionsoccer.net.

Five shortlisted to make the Shed Wall

Stamford Bridge’s Shed Wall, which presents a collection of photos of famous ex-players, will be adding another club legend to their assortment that will be decided by Chelsea fans.

The first four nominations have been announced, who are Bobby Tambling, John Hollins, Roy Bentley and Jimmy Greaves, with the final name being announced tomorrow.

Fans can vote on the club’s official website, the 5th stand app or at Stamford Bridge during Chelsea’s match against Wolverhampton Wanderers on Sunday.

Anti-Semitism campaign wins an award

At the London Football Awards last Thursday night, Chelsea received recognition for their ‘Say No To Antisemitism’ campaign.

This recognition comes just 14 months after the initiative was first devised in January 2018.

The event was held at Battersea Evolution and was the fifth event of its kind.

That’s all for this week, tune in next Thursday where we will be discussing Chelsea’s first leg of their Europa League clash against Dynamo Kyiv and more in the Stamford Roar.