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Jose Mourinho's title drought weighs heavier than Chelsea boss admits

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho responds to 'boring Chelsea' claims by taking another shot at Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.

There is an issue, oddly, that Jose Mourinho refuses to be drawn into. The wonder then is whether the Chelsea manager's current title drought was something that played on his mind more than he would want observers to believe.

Despite the fact that it is little more than a formality that Chelsea will seal the Premier League if they beat Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge on Sunday, it has come out of a situation that is far from a formality for Mourinho.

When Chelsea eventually win this league, it...

 By Mark Worrall

Champagne on ice as Chelsea prepare for Premier League title party

Chelsea's Branislav Ivanovic and Oscar say they are both excited at the prospect of winning their first league titles with the Blues, should they beat Crystal Palace at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.

Recently branded boring by those from a jealous area in north London, Chelsea have looked anything but as they close in on the title. Supporters will be hoping for another emphatic win following the 3-1 cruise against Leicester to further agitate critics of the champions elect.

Having headed the table from this season's opening round of matches and currently 13 points clear of second placed Manchester City, Chelsea will be worthy winners of the title and Jose Mourinho deserves credit for melding...

 By Jim Daly

Five reasons Chelsea won't win the Premier League this Sunday

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Tommy Smyth compare Chelsea's current side to the 2005/06 team that won the Premier League title.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says his side have proved the doubters wrong but shouldn't be complacent as they look to seal the Premier League title this weekend.

The champagne has been put on ice, the flags are being ironed, the balloons have all been ordered.

Chelsea's title celebrations are being prepared for Sunday -- Jose Mourinho's men are 13 points clear with four games left and just one more win will secure them the Premier League title for the first time in five years. But one team stands in their way and it's a team with a big record of ruining title celebrations.

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Last season Palace scuppered two Premier League title challenges. They beat Chelsea...

 By Phil Lythell

Chelsea use blend of old and new guard to near title

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says his side have proved the doubters wrong but shouldn't be complacent as they look to seal the Premier League title this weekend.

The 3-1 win at Leicester City on Wednesday night has taken Chelsea one step closer to winning the Premier League title. The equation is now clear: If they beat Crystal Palace on Sunday in front of their own jubilant supporters, they will move one step beyond. The crown is being polished ahead of the coronation.

The penultimate hurdle was not cleared with ease but that made it all the more enjoyable. Asked a serious question by a combative, pacey, buoyant Leicester team, the Blues responded in...

 By Ian Darke

Chelsea aren't boring, but they're not a great side either

The ESPN FC crew are joined by Ian Darke who believes Harry Kane had a strong case for PFA Player of the Year, but Eden Hazard deservedly won and remains the most important player for Chelsea along with John Terry.

"Boring, boring Chelsea"? Catchy chant, but hardly fair.

The Leicester fans were belting it out on Wednesday night just as Ramires thundered a wonderful third goal into the roof of their net to silence the jibes and leave Jose Mourinho's team one win from the title.

Of course, the reality is that no team with the sublime skills of Player of the Year Eden Hazard, the subtle passing of Cesc Fabregas, the creativity of Willian and Oscar and the scoring prowess of Diego Costa can possibly be that hard...

 By Mark Worrall

John Terry stands out again as Chelsea look like champions in win at Leicester

Chelsea are one victory away from winning the Premier League title after they came from behind to defeat Leicester.
The ESPN FC crew break down Chelsea's performance against Leicester City and hail John Terry's effort as he ties the Premier League lead for most goals by a defender.
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Ramires (83' ) Leicester 1-3 Chelsea
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: John Terry (79' ) Leicester 1-2 Chelsea
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Didier Drogba (48' ) Leicester 1-1 Chelsea
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Marc Albrighton (43'+3 ) Leicester 1-0 Chelsea

Chelsea came from behind to score three goals and seal a hard-fought 3-1 victory over the recently resurgent relegation battlers Leicester City at the King Power Stadium.

The Blues, branded as "boring" by fans of title rivals Arsenal, were at their swashbuckling best in a game that underlined why they have dominated the Premier League from start to finish this season. Passion, determination and know-how, exemplified once again by skipper and match-winner John Terry, won the day for Chelsea.