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 Posted by Mark Worrall
5 hours ago

UCL draw smiles on Chelsea

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop predicts the sleepers and biggest disappointments for this year's group stage.

Thursday's Champions League draw in Monaco saw Chelsea placed in Group G where they will face Schalke 04, Sporting Clube de Portugal and NK Maribor. The Blues have failed to progress from the group stages of the competition on only one occasion, the season following their final triumph over Bayern Munich in 2012. Despite being matched with fairly modest opposition, manager Jose Mourinho will be taking nothing for granted as he plots qualification to the knockout stages.

Bundesliga side Sc...

 Posted by Miguel Delaney
5 hours ago

Chelsea poised to ease through favourable Group G

Chelsea, riding a wave of new signings at the behest of Jose Mourinho, look set to coast through to the Champions League knockout stages.

The Champions League draw has been finalised. Here's a preview for Group G:

Predicted finish

1. Chelsea
2. Sporting CP
3. Schalke
4. Maribor

Chelsea (Soccer Power Index (SPI) chance to advance: 91.0 percent)

A hugely significant summer of transfer business from Jose Mourinho's team, and now an eminently forgivable group. It would be a huge shock if Chelsea did not finish top, with ease.

Sporting CP (SPI: 30.1 percent)

They ousted Porto from second place in the league last season, an...



 Posted by Phil Lythell
1 day ago

Abundance of quality full-backs a good problem for Chelsea

Chelsea shot-stopper Thibaut Courtois is one of the starting XI for Week 2's Premier League Team of the Week.

Although finding the back of the net proved to be Chelsea's Achilles' heel last season, they were the best in the Premier League at keeping the ball out of it by some distance. Only 27 goals were conceded during the 38-game campaign -- 10 fewer than champion Manchester City -- and that was thanks largely to a back five that played together regularly with tinkering kept to a minimum.

With the best defence in the country already at Jose Mourinho's disposal, it would seemingly be folly to make a...

 Posted by Mark Worrall
2 days ago

Goodbye and thanks, Fernando Torres

AC Milan are reportedly interested in signing Chelsea striker Fernando Torres.

With recent news that Fernando Torres is set to join AC Milan on loan, provided an agreement can be reached on the much-maligned 30-year-old Chelsea striker's 180,000 pounds-per-week salary, many Blues supporters have taken to social media sites to express their relief, in varying degrees of politeness, that the Spain international's traumatic sojourn at Stamford Bridge will potentially reach a conclusion of sorts.

Whether Chelsea meet Milan's request that they continue to pay more than half ...

 Posted by Phil Lythell
3 days ago

Chelsea need Oscar to be consistent

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho commends his side for putting in a comprehensive performance in their 2-0 victory over Leicester City.

With some intelligent signings, Chelsea are starting to look increasingly like a team created by Jose Mourinho, and expectations have risen markedly. Diego Costa will assume the goal-scoring responsibilities, Cesc Fabregas and Eden Hazard the creativity, and Thibaut Courtois the shield.

In the midst of them all lies a classy footballer, but one who arguably has yet to show his very best in a Blue shirt.

Oscar joined Chelsea for a reported 25 million pounds in the summer of 2012 and has supplie...

 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
3 days ago

Inside the Di Maria and Balotelli deals

The ESPN FC panel discuss where Angel Di Maria would fit in the Manchester United lineup and if his services are what the team really need.

Angel Di Maria said farewell to his Real Madrid teammates at the weekend and is apparently on his way to Manchester United. There will be time to evaluate where he might fit in at Old Trafford once the deal is done (if it gets done), but in the interim, there are some basic considerations to be made.

First and foremost, Di Maria's departure has been telegraphed all summer. He was offered a new deal, but asked to be moved on, ostensibly because, with James Rodriguez joining Cristiano Ronaldo and ...