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Back to Tom Doyle:
"David Nugent won't be getting a goal tonight - Jeffrey Schlupp is on in his place. It won't matter a jot if Leicester can't get the ball to their forward line, though."
Tom Doyle tells us of a surprise hero for Manchester City supporters:
"The City fans sing 'There's only one James Milner' and the midfielder has been influential today. He has two assists to go with his match-winning goal at Bayern Munich last week and he could well be in the form of his life at the moment."
Just Tottenham and Manchester United left to go tomorrow.
Slavin: "Chelsea have rattled through the gears early in this second half and only a brilliant stop from Vito Mannone prevents Kevin de Bruyne from doubling the visitors’ lead.
"Frank Lampard pick-pockets Seb Larsson in the centre circle and shows good strength, driving into the Sunderland half before teeing up the Dutchman, who is denied by a fingertip save."
Meanwhile, Harry Slavin...
"Sunderland are in danger of hitting the implode button here. Moments after going behind, Craig Gardner delivers a woefully wayward pass that is nowhere near John O’Shea. Samuel Eto’o gathers the loose ball but despite having plenty of time to compose himself, he places his effort inches wide of Vito Mannone’s near post. A real let off for the hosts."
"It's three for Manchester City and it's so, so simple for Edin Dzeko. Leicester go to sleep and forget you can't be offside from a throw-in and James Milner collects the ball on the byline. He pulls the ball back to Dzeko, who finishes emphatically tom 15 yards past a static Kasper Schmeichel. Surely that's game over."
"Gus Poyet could not have imagined a worse start to the second half as Sunderland are instantly carved open by Chelsea.
"Cesar Azpilicueta is afforded far too much time and space down the right flank and his low, fizzing cross is turned in at the back post by a combination of Frank Lampard and Lee Cattermole. It needs the help of goalline technology to confirm the goal but Vito Mannone’s best efforts aren’t enough in the end to stop his side from going behind."
Maybe a surprise isn't brewing then...
Tom Doyle: "Two changes for Leicester at the break as Gary Taylor-Fletcher and Anthony Knockaert make way for Jamie Vardy and Matthew James."
The Foxes going for it?
There's potentially one brewing at the Stadium of Light...
Tom Doyle doesn't hold much hope for Leicester at the break...
"If Leicester are going to get back into this game, they'll have to do it the hard way. Man City are unbeaten in their last seven visits to the Foxes in all competitions, a record that dates back to 1988. Still, there's always room for a Christmas miracle."
"It's half-time and there's not much to shout about on a cold, cold evening on Wearside. However, you have a feeling that will suit Gus Poyet as they’ve restricted their visitors to very little in front of goal.
"Neither goalkeeper has been seriously tested, with Vito Mannone's comfortable stop from Andre Schurrle early in the half the only action either has seen. The supporters who decided to stay at home will be very smug with their decision to stay in the warmth and comfort, I would imagine. So far, their decision has been thoroughly vindicated."
"It's almost three for Manchester City just beofre half-time as Kasper Schmeichel gets down low to save James Milner's drive from the edge of the area... and that's the interval! Manuel Pellegrini's men fully deserve their two-goal cushion and Nigel Pearson has a lot of work to do in the interval."
Harry Slavin: "Sunderland are moving the ball about with a bit of purpose now and Adam Johnson spots a gap in the Chelsea defence. The former Man City winger drops his head and drives into the box, only his final touch letting him down and allowing Gary Cahill to cover across and clear the danger."
"Edin Dzeko scores! The big striker went close moments before with a curling effort from the edge of the box, but gets his reward as he meets James Milner's deflected shot from six yards with a header that bounces up and over the despairing Kasper Schmeichel into the net. It's a classic Manchester City counter and they're firmly in control now."
"One of Gus Poyet’s biggest gripes with his side at the moment is slef-inflicted damage and they’re almost guilty of it again here.
"Wes Brown is caught in possession twice at the wrong end of the field, allowing Willian to fire narrowly wide first time around, before Samuel Eto’o fails to get the ball out from under his feet after Brown is dispossessed by Cesar Azpilicueta."
Over to Tom Doyle now, though:
"We're 30 minutes in and Manchester City look the likelier to score next, with David Silva and Jack Rodwell taking potshots at goal from range. Leicester aren't out of this one but their balls in to David Nugent aren't incisive enough and they're losing their shape as City break in numbers."
Will the visitors be celebrating again before half-time?