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Under £200... Cresta has a week-long family holiday in Burgundy for £189pp. The price is based on two adults and two children departing on 25 August, with P&O ferry crossing from Dover to Calais and a self-catering chalet at Le Grand Bois near Nevers, with kids' club. Crestaholidays.co.uk

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Deals of the week: Lille; New Forest; Med cruise

Less than £200: Cresta Holidays has a three-night break in the French city of Lille for £155pp. The package on offer includes travel on Eurostar from London St Pancras on 30 July and B&B accommodation at the simple but central Comfort Hotel Opera (crestaholidays.co.uk).

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Navy chief's April Fool sails close to the wind

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Daniel Sturridge (left) larks about at training yesterday. Chelsea will need the striker on top form tonight

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Frank Lampard (right) and Didier Drogba celebrate after Chelsea's extra-time win over Napoli at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday

Can old brigade lead Chelsea to biggest prize?

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Chelsea players celebrate after John Terry scored the side's second

Quarters await after lengthy battle by Chelsea's old guard

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