The title race is officially over -- Chelsea have been crowned 2014-15 Premier League champions after they beat Crystal Palace 1-0 at Stamford Bridge.
Eden Hazard's goal just before halftime was enough to bring the title back to west London for the fifth time in the club's 110 year history, sparking joyous celebrations on the pitch and in the stands.
In truth, the Blues made a nervy start to the game, unsure whether to go for the jugular or play the percentages. The goal settled the hosts down and...
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.
Chelsea's Premier League win was the eighth league title of Jose Mourinho's career. We rank The Special One's league triumphs with Porto, Chelsea, Internazionale and Real Madrid.
8) Inter 2008-09
The Inter that Mourinho took over in 2008 was very different to the side it is today. They were the dominant force in Italian football with the previous three Scudetti to their names (the first by default in the aftermath of Calciopoli and the other two almost as much), but he still guided them to a convincing...
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...
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.