Malouda strike just enough for Chelsea

Chelsea 1 Bolton Wanderers 0

Spurs and Chelsea share spoils in breathless draw

Tottenham 1 Chelsea 1

Ancelotti insists he is 'strong' despite latest loss for sorry Chelsea

Marseilles 1 Chelsea 0

Baines pains below-par champions

Chelsea 1 Everton 1: Ancelotti angry with his players after another limp display allows improved Everton a point

Chelsea held at home after a late equaliser

Chelsea 1 Everton 1

Chelsea need to sharpen up at both ends, admits Drogba

Didier Drogba has warned his Chelsea team-mates that they need to improve at both ends of the pitch if they are to retain their Premier League title. The champions ended the weekend in second place for the first time this season after yesterday's draw at Newcastle United, and have taken only four points from the last 15 on offer.

Didier Drogba demands improvement at Chelsea

Didier Drogba has warned Chelsea they need to improve at both ends of the pitch if they are to retain their Barclays Premier League title.

Chris Hughton hails improving Andy Carroll

Newcastle boss Chris Hughton hailed striker Andy Carroll after he struck once again to hurt one of the Barclays Premier League big guns.

Kalou spares Chelsea blushes with equaliser

Newcastle 1 Chelsea 1

Kalou confident Chelsea slump is unrelated to Wilkins' sacking

Chelsea winger Salomon Kalou insists the players have not been affected by the shock departure of assistant Ray Wilkins and the rumours surrounding coach Carlo Ancelotti's future.

Malouda spares blushes as youthful Chelsea are unable to seize chance

Chelsea 2 MSK Zilina 1

Malouda completes Chelsea comeback

Chelsea 2 MSK Zilina 1

McLeish toasts Foster as Chelsea problems mount

Birmingham City 1 Chelsea 0

Essien ban a blow for Chelsea

Chelsea striker Salomon Kalou admits it will be a massive blow to lose midfielder Michael Essien for three games following his red card against Fulham last night.

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