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Chelsea lose, Liverpool can go clear with win tomorrow

ENGLAND – For the second time in a week bottom side Sunderland surprised the odds and took points off another top four team. On Wednesday it was Manchester City away and today in London they beat second side Chelsea. 169 more words

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Have Chelsea just gift-wrapped the Premier League title for Liverpool?

Sunderland must be every Liverpool fan’s second favourite team at the moment.

Days after holding Manchester City to the Black Cats went one better and beat Chelsea 2-1 at Stamford Bridge. 281 more words

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Advantage Liverpool as Chelsea drop valuable points against Sunderland - and Reds striker nets the winner

Chelsea have handed Liverpool a huge advantage in the race for the Premier League title after the Blues lost their unbeaten home run with a shock 2-1 defeat to Sunderland – with on-loan Reds striker Fabio Borini netting the winner. 210 more words

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Ramires set for ban despite escaping red card for shocking elbow on Sunderland's Seb Larsson

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Chelsea midfielder Ramires is set to receive a retrospective ban after escaping a red card for an elbow on Sunderland’s Sebastian Larsson. 222 more words

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Young Chelsea mascot pranks Sunderland captain John O'Shea before Premier League clash

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Chelsea mascots have a history of pulling pranks on opposition captains.

Following the young mascot who blew raspberries at Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard in the players’ tunnel back in 2006, another cheeky Blues youngster has got one over on a Premier League footballer – this time Sunderland’s John O’Shea falling victim. 87 more words

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Chelsea would make unlikely champions with questionable merit - but that won't stop them from challenging for trophies

Another week of snakes and ladders in the Premier League made it a blockbuster lead-in to Easter for football broadcasters and writers. So when will the media learn never to count Chelsea out? 517 more words

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Five FA Youth Cup finals in eight years, so what's happened to Chelsea's promising youngsters?

The future should look bright for Chelsea. Last night, the Blues’ Under-18 side ended Arsenal’s unbeaten run at the Emirates as they cruised past the Gunners to reach the FA Youth Cup final. 782 more words

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