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

Cahill in Villas-Boas's sights

Andre Villas-Boas, the Chelsea manager, has admitted his interest in Bolton Wanderers centre-back Gary Cahill after revealing the extent of his rift with Alex, the defender who recently requested to leave Stamford Bridge.

Andre Villas-Boas sees Chelsea drop points at Wigan

Cech caught out as Villas-Boas deflects blame

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Chelsea: Man for man marking

Petr Cech

Bosingwa doubt for Blues

Chelsea may be without Jose Bosingwa for tomorrow night's make-or-break Champions League clash with Valencia.

Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti admits he could have done better

Carlo Ancelotti admits he could have done a better job as Chelsea manager this season ahead of what could be his final week in charge.

Muted send-off for Ancelotti as Abramovich prepares to strike

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Ferguson joy as United set to overtake Liverpool title haul

'It's fantastic' says manager after victory over Chelsea leaves his side needing point to win league

James Lawton: Sublime skills of Hernandez answer prayers of United faithful

United once again produced at the right moment a killing belief in their own ability to get the right result when it matters most

Gone in 30 seconds: United's flying start ends Chelsea dream

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What we learnt: the five key factors on a night of glory for Ferguson

Fergie feels history calling, Torres nightmare continues, Hernandez a bargin, Carrick is back to his best and Van der Sar is also a right-back

Ancelotti: My future has been settled – I'm staying

Italian insists his job is safe even if Chelsea fail to overcome United in Champions League tonight

Chelsea's title hopes fade at Stoke

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Paulo Ferreira wants to remain at Chelsea long-term

Paulo Ferreira has revealed he wants to spend the rest of his career at Chelsea.

We're still in the fight, says Ivanovic

Chelsea's versatile defender believes victory over Manchester City can revive title hopes

Fernando Torres plays down Chelsea goal drought

Fernando Torres shrugged off his latest goalless outing for Chelsea despite his drought extending to six matches.

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