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Champions League opposition

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Chelsea v Crystal Palace: Jose Mourinho admits his concern with misfiring strikers but defensive frailties are also a major concern

Chelsea's three strikers have scored just five goals between them in the Premier League but the defence has leaked six goals in their last two league games

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Mikel Arteta queries scheduling of Arsenal's crucial showdown with Manchester City

Arsenal captain believes three games in six days will test powers of recovery

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho watches on from the bench

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Chelsea top their Champions League group, but remain far from convincing

Demba Ba (right) gets the final touch in a tussle with Steaua’s Daniel Georgievski to give Chelsea an early lead

Chelsea 1 Steaua Bucharest 0 match report: Demba Ba helps Chelsea cling on to top group but they again operate without a safety net

Demba Ba scores via a scuff off his shin, but it was not the victory that manager Jose Mourinho wanted

Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic has called for a big improvement from the Chelsea defense ahead of their final Champions League group fixture

Chelsea v Steaua Bucharest: Branislav Ivanovic demands defensive improvement after Blues ship seven goals in their last three matches

A win against Steaua will see Chelsea through as Group E winners but Ivanovic has called for a major improvement after recent slump

Mourinho: 'If we train defensive corners against the dummies I think the dummy will score'

Chelsea v Steaua Bucharest - Champions League: Chelsea not among favourites, says Jose Mourinho

There are many other sides with a better chance of lifting the trophy, according to the Chelsea manager

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