Sport Everton midfielder Ross Barkley will be offered a new improved contract for his breakthrough into the first team this season

Barkley has broken into the first-team this season and has been tipped for inclusion in Roy Hodgson's World Cup squad after making his England debut in September

Glenn Moore: Mourinho: a man with a very special plan

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Terry's accident adds to Chelsea's age-old problems

Police breathalyse Blues captain after he ran over a security guard holding back photographers at Stamford Bridge

Eto'o delivers killer blow as Mourinho proves point

Chelsea 0 Internazionale 1 (Internazionale win 3-1 on aggregate)

Chelsea put Mourinho in his place

Chelsea 4 West Ham 1

Spotlight on the main contenders: Germany

Countdown to South Africa: 94 days to go

Chelsea confident Cole will stay despite reports of Abramovich rift

Chelsea assistant coach Ray Wilkins insists Joe Cole will remain at the club despite reports of a rift between the England midfielder and owner Roman Abramovich.

Tonight's other main games and how to watch them

There are several interesting international friendlies taking place around Europe tonight, although not all of them will be available on terrestrial television. There are, however, other means and ways of watching, from red buttons to live betting streams. There are a host of games available on the bet365 website, where viewers can watch games immediately, once they have opened an account.

Ancelotti glad for break as Blues fall

Chelsea 2 Manchester City 4

Cambiasso strike secures slim advantage for Inter

Internazionale 2 Chelsea 1

Cech ensures Ancelotti breathes a little easier

Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 Chelsea 2

Room at the top but McCarthy rues Wolves' missed chances

Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 Chelsea 2

Chelsea fail to counter Saha’s strength as striker runs riot

Everton 2 Chelsea 1

Wenger: Arsenal criticism is unfair

Ahead of Liverpool game, manager says his 'positive' side are judged too harshly

The title Race: And then there were two...

Carlo Ancelotti has declared the battle a straight fight between Chelsea and United. As both clubs prepare for tricky away games, Mark Fleming asks who has the upper hand
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