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

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Chelsea 'very hopeful' over fitness of Gary Cahill and David Luiz

Chelsea caretaker manager Roberto Di Matteo is "very hopeful" Gary Cahill and David Luiz will be fit to start Chelsea's Champions League final against Bayern Munich.

Lift for Terry: Despite a Champions’ League red card, Chelsea’s captain can resume cup-raising duties if the final is won

The Last Word: One knee-jerk reaction leads to another

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Cometh the hour: Torres cherishes the moment

Chelsea striker Fernando Torres sets seal on the miracle of Barcelona

Barcelona 2 Chelsea 2 (Chelsea win 3-2 on aggregate)

Cometh the hour: Torres cherishes the moment

Torres puts seal on Chelsea's advance into wonderland

They were battered and depleted. They were tired and, at times, frankly desperate. But the 10 men of Chelsea held the fort. It was a magnificent performance.

Stiliyan Petrov, who has recently been diagnosed with acute leukaemia

Seriously ill Petrov an inspiration

Aston Villa 2 Chelsea 4

Branislav Ivanovic celebrates his extra-time winner

Ivanovic's goal extra special for Chelsea

Chelsea 4 (Drogba 29, Terry 47, Lampard pen 75, Ivanovic 105) Napoli 1 (Inler 55) After extra time; Chelsea win 5-4 on aggregate

£50m Torres improves, but draws a blank again in 50th appearance

Roberto di Matteo's first team selection as Chelsea's interim manager was noteworthy for being unremarkable in as much as it was the same eleven, bar one, that had been fortunate to deny Birmingham the win at Stamford Bridge that might have brought the reign of Andre Villas-Boas to an earlier end.

Di Matteo: Restored Torres responded in fantastic style

Roberto Di Matteo's first team selection as Chelsea's interim manager last night was unremarkable in as much as it was the same XI, bar one, that had been fortunate to deny Birmingham City the win at Stamford Bridge in that might have brought the reign of Andre Villas-Boas to an even earlier end.

David Luiz scored a fantastic goal for Chelsea

David Luiz says critics will not 'kill' him

Chelsea defender David Luiz has insisted his critics cannot "kill" him because he has endured much worse in his life than their abuse.

Napoli v Chelsea player ratings

Man for man marking from the Stadio San Paolo

Ezequiel Lavezzi celebrates after scoring against Chelsea last night

Cahill and Luiz strangers in defence

The Chelsea back-four pair were playing together for just the third time... and it showed

Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas says attackers now 'stand a leg out'

Villas-Boas: Penalty rules have changed

The rules regarding penalties have changed, according to Andre Villas-Boas.

Goalkeeper Petr Cech of Chelsea fails to stop Javier Hernandez

The top games need top referees, says furious AVB

The Chelsea manager, Andre Villas-Boas, last night launched a stinging attack on the referee Howard Webb for awarding Manchester United the second of two penalties that contributed to the defending champions' three-goal comeback at Stamford Bridge.

Own goal leaves Swansea just short of landmark win

Swansea 1 Chelsea 1

John Terry: The defender is believed to have had an injection in order to play against Wolves last Monday

Terry rejects Di Matteo's talk of knee problems

The Chelsea captain, John Terry, has dismissed fears that he has a troublesome knee injury and is determined to face Portsmouth in the FA Cup third round tomorrow.

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