Chelsea skipper John Terry admitted that he could retire at the end of the season after making a goalscoring return for the soon-to-be-crowned champions against Watford.
Chelsea can win their second trophy this season when they face Fabregas' former club Arsenal in the FA Cup final on May 27.
Antonio Conte gave his captain the first league start since September as the former England global was forced for a place on the bench for the majority of this season. An incredible nine players were rested from the team that started at the Hawthorns, with Cesar Azpilcueta and Eden Hazard the only players to retain their spots.
"I've still not ruled out Sunday being my last game and retiring from football", he told Sky Sports.
"What an unbelievable feeling and, believe me, it just gets better and better", he wrote in his programme notes for the Watford match.
Unfortunately for the Chelsea captain, he would play a role in another goal less than two minutes later, inadvertently helping Watford to end a sequence of six away games without scoring.
Terry has now scored for Chelsea in 17 successive Premier League seasons.
Terry was named to start in the league for the first time since September 11 against Swansea and began a first game since the February 18 FA Cup win at Wolves. John helped me a lot in my first season, on and off the pitch, and always sends the right message to the players.
Friday's 1-0 win at West Bromwich Albion gave Italian manager Conte the Premiership title in his first season in English football.
Watford finished the game with 10 men after centre-back Sebastian Prodl received a pair of late yellow cards for untidy challenges on Batshuayi and Pedro.
There was an element of good fortune about his goal as Willian's corner was headed by Kurt Zouma on to Terry's back.
Conte said: "I'm very angry with him, because he must think to share".
"It will be a hard game against a fantastic team, so we need to be at a high level".
"Tomorrow I will investigate, but I don't think it was anything".