Many will focus on Marcus Bettinelli's howler - but they should watch how his teammates responded to the mistake

Mark Schwarzer joins from local rivals Fulham

Chelsea net goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer from west London rivals Fulham

Chelsea have signed former Fulham goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer on a free transfer. The 40-year-old Australian, who left Fulham at the end of last season after five years at Craven Cottage, has signed a one-year contract.

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Chris Samba up against Dimitar Berbatov

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QPR defender was to blame for two goals in last night's 3-2 loss to Fulham

Louis Saha

Former Manchester United striker Louis Saha joins Lazio

Frenchman was a free agent after being released by Sunderland

Sir Alex Ferguson: Spare fans from sadism

Sir Alex Ferguson, the Manchester United manager, has called on his team to turn their "sadistic nature" on their opposition rather than their own fans as they look to move 10 points clear at the top of the table at Fulham today.

Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa

Transfer Talk: Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa to Newcastle; Florent Malouda to QPR; Vasilis Torosidis to Fulham

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Jol defended his club's ambition

Martin Jol insists Fulham form is not 'alarming'

Cottagers have slipped close to the relegation zone and take on Manchester City this weekend

Spurs’ midfielder Sandro was injured against QPR last weekend

Tottenham rethink plans after 'the beast' Sandro is ruled out for the season

Tom Huddlestone had been linked with a £6m move to Fulham

Martin Jol

Fulham sign promising Netherlands youngster Chris David

The 19-year-old midfielder will take time to adapt says Martin Jol

West Brom's goalscorer Romelu Lukaku takes on Fulham defender Brede Hangeland
Dimitar Berbatov displays his T-shirt after scoring for Fulham
Bryan Ruiz of Fulham is tackled by Sergio Aguero of Manchester City

Fulham playmaker Bryan Ruiz suffers setback in recovery from injury

Cottagers have missed the forward's inventiveness

Steven Caulker: The defender is yet to be notified by the Serbian authorities of any charge

Steven Caulker available for Tottenham ahead of Fulham trip

Premier League team news

Chelsea’s Fernando Torres fails to find a way through the Fulham defence last night

Chelsea's new era remains goalless and shows few signs of life after draw with Fulham

Chelsea 0 Fulham 0: Benitez booed again by home fans and rests Mata - but his side lack creativity once more

<b>Gary Cahill, Chelsea</b><br/>
Could be John Terry's successor at both club and international level. Cahill, 26, has won 10 caps for England, but would have had more had he not suffered a broken jaw before Euro 2012. An unused substitute in England's last two fixtures.

Chelsea defender Gary Cahill fit for west London derby against Fulham

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