Sunday, February 1, 2015

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The Blues boss believes the league leaders can still be caught, despite only grabbing a draw at Stamford Bridge, as five points separate the sides at the league's summit

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The Spaniard hopes beating Crystal Palace will spark life into Everton's season after admitting that his side must "catch up" with rivals in the league and in Europe

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The Belgian defender is looking forward to the run-in, with Spurs still alive in Europe, set to face Chelsea in the League Cup final and in the race for a top-four finish

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The Fiorentina winger is poised to complete his move to Stamford Bridge before the transfer deadline and the former Arsenal striker believes he will be a hit in the Premier League

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The Gunners are 14 points behind leaders Chelsea and the 65-year-old has urged his side to show consistency until the end of the season if they are to win the league

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Arsene Wenger revealed that he signed the Brazilian centre-back from Villarreal, partly at least, because he "has good stats", but how does he stack up against his competitors?

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The Anfield side have struck a rich vein of form, and the goalscoring return from injury of the England striker has restored optimism on Merseyside

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The Spain international, who is serving a three-game ban for standing on Liverpool defender Emre Can's leg, insists that he will not change his physical style of play

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The Manchester City boss felt his side played to win throughout the 90 minutes and tersely alluded to a clash in styles between the two sides at Stamford Bridge

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The Chelsea legend admitted his nerves as he prepared to returned to play against his former employers as Manchester City held the Londoners to an enthralling 1-1 draw

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The Chelsea midfielder believes the midweek match with Liverpool took its toll on his squad, who feels that Manuel Pellegrini's side were "more fresh" than his team-mates

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The Baggies boss believes his side were not at the races as they succumbed to a 3-0 defeat to Spurs and states that his side "started sloppily and gave the ball away" too often

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Fixtures at the Premier League's bigger clubs are "bonus games" for Leicester City according to the manager, and believes that Robin van Persie's opener shouldn't have counted

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Goal looks at the top statistics from the latest round of Premier League fixtures, including Chelsea's clash with Manchester City and Manchester United's win over Leicester

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The Blues maintained their five-point cushion at the top but only after a resolute and unadventurous display which saw them fail to register a shot in the second half

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The former Newcastle United boss saw his unbeaten start as Eagles manager ended by the Toffees on Saturday afternoon, and was left disappointed with his side's display

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The Spurs boss remains concentrated in continuing the club's good form on the pitch and won't let his side get carried away after easing to a 3-0 victory against West Brom

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The Burnley boss believes transfer talk surrounding his star striker has hindered his performances and believes he will get back to his best once the window comes to a close

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Manuel Pellegrini had the Spaniard to thank for pulling his side back into it after cancelling out Loic Remy's opener as Frank Lampard made an emotional return to Stamford Bridge