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Chelsea draw with Man City, Manchester United ease past Leicester

Former Chelsea man Craig Burley breaks down Chelsea's 1-1 draw with reigning title holders Manchester City.

Manchester City could not gain ground on Premier League leaders Chelsea as the top two sides played to a draw, while Manchester United and Liverpool both won on Saturday.

Under-siege Chelsea retained a five-point lead at the top of the Premier League after repelling Manchester City at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea played out another 1-1 draw with Manchester City to remain five points clear at the top of the Premier League.

Chelsea, who were without Diego Costa, Cesc Fabregas and Filipe Luis, opened the scoring in the 41st minute as Loic Remy slotted home a cross from Eden Hazard.

The hosts' lead lasted only four minutes, though,...

 By PA Sport

Pellegrini wants Manchester City to win the Premier League in style

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini says the title race is far from over, despite a 1-1 draw at Chelsea meaning his side still trail the Blues by five points in the Premier League.

Manuel Pellegrini maintains Manchester City are capable of winning the Premier League in style.

The City boss made a veiled criticism of Jose Mourinho's Chelsea after a 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge which left the visitors five points behind with 15 games to go.

Mourinho said Liverpool lost the 2013-14 title due to Steven Gerrard's slip in defeat to Chelsea, but Pellegrini insists his side's triumph was due to their performances as they aim for a third title in four years.

"I like that style, that's...

Hull problems can only be solved on pitch, not transfer market

Hull City manager Steve Bruce believes it was the accumulation of individual errors that led to their 3-0 defeat by Newcastle United.

After a timid 3-0 defeat to Newcastle United on Saturday, Hull City's third loss in succession, all the talk predictably centred on who could be attracted to the KC Stadium in the desperate final days of the transfer window. Someone. Anyone. Supporters were almost past the point of caring, just as long as the newcomer delivered fresh hope of survival.

Such is life as a City fan at present. Optimism is a battered commodity in a season that has so far yielded just four wins from 25 domestic fixtures,...

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51 minutes ago

Renard: Bony the new Drogba

Wilfried Bony scored with two headers to help give the Ivory Coast a 3-1 win over Algeria and a spot in the semi-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations.

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Wenger: It's too early for title talk

Following the Gunners' excellent recent run of form Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger notes that any talks of a title run would be too premature at this stage in the season.

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