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A look ahead to tonight's Premier League fixture at the Etihad Stadium

Petr Cech surpassed Peter Bonetti's Chelsea record for the most clean sheets with his 209th for the club

Hull City 0 Chelsea 2: Petr Cech targeting a permanent stay at the top after record appearance sees Tigers dispatched

Cech's 209th clean sheet surpasses Peter Bonetti's club record as Hazard and Torres send Blues temporarily top with Arsenal and Manchester City not in action on Saturday

Chelsea attacking midfielder Willian has drawn praise from his teammate Petr Cech who claims he is only going to get better

FA Cup: Derby County v Chelsea match preview

A look ahead to Sunday’s FA Cup third round tie at the iPro Stadium

Eden Hazard celebrates after scoring for Chelsea against Swansea

Premier League: Chelsea v Liverpool match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's encounter at Stamford Bridge

LIttle and large: Andy Carroll and Luis SUarez were both wigned for Liverpool in January 2011 after the sale of Fernando Torres

Transfer news: Sale of Andy Carroll to West Ham was the making of Luis Suarez, claims Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers

Rodgers claims that he had to sell Carroll in order to get the best from Suarez

Adnan Januzaj is tackled by Sacha Reither

Adnan Januzaj stamp: FA reveal full findings of case against Fulham defender Sascha Riether

The German was the first player to be punished under the new retrospective punishment rules

Adnan Januzaj is tackled by Sacha Reither

Adnan Januzaj 'stamp': Fulham defender Sascha Riether banned for three-matches

The player apologised to the Manchester United forward

Chelsea's Fernando Torres clashes with Jan Vertonghen of Tottenham

Fernando Torres escapes further action for 'scratch' on Jan Vertonghen during Chelsea draw with Tottenham

The Spain striker was sent off in the match at White Hart Lane

Marco van Ginkel with Jose Mourinho

Chelsea await injury news on Marco van Ginkel and Ramires following victory over Swindon

Jose Mourinho's side advanced to the fourth round of the Capital One Cup last night

Wayne Rooney alongside David Moyes

Manchester United v Chelsea: David Moyes selects Wayne Rooney in starting XI

Mourinho's side starts without a recognised striker

Chelsea playmaker Oscar

Chelsea 2 Inter Milan 0 match report: Oscar and Eden Hazard on target as Jose Mourinho defeats former team in Indianapolis

20 members of the Chelsea squad got a run out during the game

Stevan Jovetic

Transfer talk: Manchester United 'could move for Stevan Jovetic' but face competition from Manchester City to sign Fiorentina striker

David Moyes is reported to have switched his attention to Jovetic after missing out on Robert Lewandowski

Jonathan Tehau celebrates a goal for Tahiti against Nigeria

Confederations Cup: 'If Spain score 20, I would be happy with one', says Tahiti coach

The minnows take on the world champions tonight

Theo Walcott restored Arsenal's lead after latching onto a Cazorla cross

Chelsea v Arsenal third place play-off: Petr Cech perplexed by potential for Premier League showdown

The sides could realistically end up level on points, goal difference and goals scored

David Luiz hits another impressive goal for Chelsea at Stamford Bridge

Europa League: David Luiz leads way to final with brilliant PlayStation goal for Chelsea

Defender produces another wonder strike to seal showdown with his former club Benfica in Amsterdam

The Chelsea squad train in Switzerland ahead of their semi-final

Europa League: FC Basel v Chelsea match preview

A look ahead to tonight’s Europa League semi-final first leg at St. Jakob-Park

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