Sport Luis Suarez of Liverpool celebrates with Daniel Sturridge (L) as he scores their fourth goal during the Barclays Premier League match against Stoke

The Uruguay striker has been in incredible form this season

Branislav Ivanovic close to new Chelsea deal

Branislav Ivanovic was today close to signing a new four-year contract with Chelsea.

'Angry' Chelsea have turned a corner, claims Ivanovic

Chelsea 2 Blackburn Rovers 0

Ivanovic inspires as Chelsea turn corner

Chelsea 2 Blackburn Rovers 0: Blackburn caught napping at set-pieces as champions grind out victory

Bosingwa own goal dents Chelsea's title hopes

Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 Chelsea 0

Chelsea: Potential transfer targets

Carlo Ancelotti led his side to a domestic Double last season but that success seems to have hidden problems with an ageing squad and a lack of depth.

Malouda strike just enough for Chelsea

Chelsea 1 Bolton Wanderers 0

Ancelotti tells 'sleeping' Chelsea to wake up after Arsenal mauling

Champions plunged deeper into crisis as stylish 3-1 win propels rejuvenated Gunners up to second

Chelsea slump deepens with 3-1 defeat at Arsenal

Chelsea's worrying slump turned into a full-blown crisis when the Premier League champions were comfortably beaten 3-1 at Arsenal this evening.

Kakuta ready to accept four-year Chelsea deal

Chelsea are close to agreeing new contracts with Gaël Kakuta and Branislav Ivanovic, to head off interest in both players in the January transfer window.

Spurs and Chelsea share spoils in breathless draw

Tottenham 1 Chelsea 1

The Last Word: Owners must mind their own business

As Arnesen follows Wilkins out of Stamford Bridge it's time for Abramovich to examine his methods

Malouda completes Chelsea comeback

Chelsea 2 MSK Zilina 1

Carlo Ancelotti denies Chelsea quit talk

Carlo Ancelotti has firmly denied that he ever considered quitting as Chelsea coach over the weekend.

McLeish toasts Foster as Chelsea problems mount

Birmingham City 1 Chelsea 0

Chelsea quiet on John Terry fitness stories

Chelsea have refused to confirm that captain John Terry has flown to Italy today in a bid to solve his troublesome nerve injury.

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