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

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Chelsea pulled off a brilliant victory last night but there were still signs aplenty of why Manchester United have the edge this season and why they look set to hold off Arsenal, who are now just four points behind with a game in hand, to claim the title. Chelsea can be pleased after last night but United need not fear.

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Chelsea come from behind to beat leaders

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Carlo Ancelotti on the brink of Chelsea sack

Carlo Ancelotti flies to Copenhagen this morning with his Chelsea squad in the knowledge that defeat in Denmark could convince the club's owner, Roman Abramovich, to change his manager before the end of the season.

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Carlo Ancelotti, the Chelsea manager, claimed yesterday that Didier Drogba remains part of the club's future, and not just a major figure in the recent past, following the £50m signing of Fernando Torres.

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Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti is confident his squad is versatile enough to incorporate £50million new boy Fernando Torres.

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Carlo Ancelotti has revealed that one of the consequences of the club's transfer-window purchase of defender David Luiz for £25m is that captain John Terry is no longer guaranteed a first-team start every week.

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Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti plans to rotate his three frontline strikers in the future, but not before finding a way to incorporate them all in the same team.

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Jose Bosingwa admitted the money spent by English clubs in January was "crazy" but is nevertheless pleased with Chelsea's work in the transfer window.

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Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic has signed a new five-and-a-half-year contract with the club.

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