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    Barclays Premier League Table (through April 30, 2016)

    Played Wins Draws Losses Goals For Goals Against Goal Difference Points
    1. Chelsea 33 23 6 4 64 27 37 75
    2. Tottenham Hotspur 35 21 6 8 57 29 28 69
    3. Manchester City 34 20 7 7 64 33 31 67
    4. Liverpool 35 17 10 8 51 33 18 61
    5. Southampton 35 19 4 12 48 45 3 61
    6. Everton 33 17 7 9 48 28 20 58
    7. Manchester United 34 14 10 10 46 34 12 52
    8. Arsenal 34 12 14 8 49 40 9 50
    9. West Bromwich Albion 35 12 13 10 38 38 0 49
    10. Queens Park Rangers 33 10 10 13 40 44 -4 40
    11. Newcastle United 35 10 10 15 40 49 -9 40
    12. Sunderland 34 10 10 14 35 45 -10 40
    13. Watford 35 10 10 15 36 50 -14 40
    14. Stoke City 35 9 13 13 32 48 -16 40
    15. Aston Villa 34 8 15 11 42 44 -2 39
    16. Hull City 34 9 12 13 37 42 -5 39
    17. West Ham United 34 7 10 17 38 54 -16 31
    18. Cardiff City 34 6 9 19 36 62 -26 27
    19. Leicester City 35 5 12 18 30 56 -26 27
    20. Norwich City 35 4 12 19 29 59 -30 24

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    Highlights of West Ham and Chelsea:



    West Ham / Chelsea
    Shots 7/13
    On Target 3/6
    Possession 48/52
    Tackles 24/9
    Fouls 4/0
    Yellow 2/0
    Red 1/0
    Offsides 3/2
    Corners 2/8
    Shot Accuracy % 42/46
    Pass Accuracy % 65/71

    CFC Goals: Costa 21', Piazon 38'
    CFC Assists: Silva, Azpilicueta

    Goals from Diego Costa and Lucas Piazon lifted Chelsea to a 2-1 win over West Ham United on Sunday as the Blues continue to zero-in on the Premier League title. Chelsea need just 2 points from their final 4 league matches to earn the 5th top-flight domestic league title in club history.

    The title looks likely to be earned at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night when Chelsea (24-6-4) host 18-placed Cardiff City (6-9-19). Maximum points over the Bluebirds would secure the title and a double for the Blues who have already lifted the Capital One Cup this season. Chelsea were 4-0 winners in Cardiff on November 21.

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    5/1 - EPL
    Aston Villa 0:1 Sunderland
    Everton 0:1 Arsenal
    Manchester United 1:0 QPR
    West Ham 1:2 Chelsea

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    Highlights of Chelsea and Cardiff City:



    Chelsea / Cardiff City
    Shots 20/8
    On Target 11/2
    Possession 56/44
    Tackles 15/22
    Fouls 1/4
    Yellow 1/1
    Red 0/0
    Offsides 1/2
    Corners 2/1
    Shot Accuracy % 55/25
    Pass Accuracy % 82/76

    CFC Goals: Matic 5', Costa 17', Costa 35', Fabregas 38', Reus (FK) 51', Costa 60', Fabregas (FK) 89'
    CFC Assists: Reus 2, Oscar 2, Remy, Costa
    CFC Booking: Matic (Y) 23'

    Despite conceding twice, including once in the first minute, Chelsea secured the Premier League title with a convincing 7-2 win over Cardiff City at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night. The league title, the Blues first since 2009-10, secures a domestic double for the West Londoners who have already won the Capital One Cup. With 3 league matches remaining, Chelsea can move their focus to a pair of cup finals later this month.

    On Saturday Chelsea (25-6-4) will visit Anfield to play the red half of Merseyside. Liverpool (17-10-8) are currently clinging to the last Champions League spot but are not assured of a spot in Europe as they lead 6th placed Everton by just 3 points.

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    Chelsea 7:2 Cardiff City
    Everton 1:2 QPR
    Hull City 1:3 Manchester City

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    Highlights from Anfield of Liverpool vs Chelsea:



    Liverpool / Chelsea
    Shots 16/9
    On Target 3/3
    Possession 52/48
    Tackles 28/7
    Fouls 3/2
    Yellow 1/1
    Red 0/0
    Offsides 0/1
    Corners 6/4
    Shot Accuracy % 18/33
    Pass Accuracy % 87/81

    CFC Goal: Reus 84'
    CFC Booking: van Ginkel (Y) 60'

    Having already secured the Premier League title, Chelsea traveled to Merseyside on Saturday and came away 1-0 winners behind an 84th minute goal from Marco Reus and a clean sheet that was kept by Thibaut Courtois.

    The Blues announced on Sunday that they have added Brazilian 15-year-old Andriy Mielitz to their youth squad and that they have extended the contract of Diego Costa. The Spain international Costa, 27, won the Premier League's Golden Boot in 2014-15 with 22 goals and this year is the league leader with 16. The striker has accounted for 32 goals across all competitions in 42 appearances this campaign. Costa's new contract ties him to the club through the 2019-20 season and will see his pay jump to 190k pounds per week making him the second-highest paid player in the squad behind Marco Reus (195k).

    Chelsea (26-6-4) will host 16th-placed Stoke City (9-13-14) at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday night, ahead of Saturday's FA Cup Final with London rivals Crystal Palace at Wembley Stadium.

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    Arsenal 1:0 Newcastle United
    Cardiff City 2:2 Watford
    Everton 1:1 Norwich City
    Leicester City 2:3 West Brom
    Liverpool 0:2 Chelsea
    Southampton 1:2 Hull City
    Stoke City 1:2 Sunderland

    5/8 - EPL
    Manchester City 2:2 Aston Villa
    Manchester United 2:0 West Ham
    QPR 1:1 Spurs

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    Highlights of Chelsea vs Stoke City:



    Chelsea / Stoke City
    Shots 17/15
    On Target 5/5
    Possession 48/52
    Tackles 11/26
    Fouls 6/2
    Yellow 3/1
    Red 0/0
    Offsides 2/0
    Corners 4/1
    Shot Accuracy % 29/33
    Pass Accuracy % 79/83

    CFC Goals: Costa 17', Costa 26', Costa 44', Oscar 45'
    CFC Assists: Oscar 2, Terry, Costa
    CFC Bookings: Matic (Y) 18', Salah (Y) 30', van Ginkel (Y) 86'

    In advance of Saturday's FA Cup Final, Chelsea were 4-1 winners at Stamford Bridge over Stoke City behind a first half hat-trick from Spanish international Diego Costa who leads the Premier League with 19 goals on the season.

    Having already secured the Premier League title as well as having won the League Cup, Chelsea will attempt to win a domestic treble this weekend when the Blues travel a short distance to Wembley to face League Championship side Crystal Palace in a London Derby that will decide the 2016 winners of the English Football Association Challenge Cup.

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    5/11 - EPL
    Chelsea 4:1 Stoke City

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    Highlights of the FA Cup Final between Chelsea and Crystal Palace:



    Chelsea / Crystal Palace
    Shots 12/4
    On Target 5/0
    Possession 50/50
    Tackles 13/27
    Fouls 3/2
    Yellow 0/0
    Red 0/0
    Offsides 3/0
    Corners 4/1
    Shot Accuracy % 41/0
    Pass Accuracy % 74/72

    Chelsea secured a domestic treble on Saturday at Wembley Stadium, winning the 8th FA Cup in club history with a 1-0 result over South London rivals Crystal Palace. The Blues are FA Cup winners for the first time since getting a 2-1 result over Liverpool in the 2012 Final and add the illustrious silverware to the Capital One Cup and Premier League title they have already captured this season. The West Londoners will play for an unprecedented quadruple on Saturday May 28th when they face Spanish giants Barcelona in the final of the UEFA Champions League.

    Chelsea's victory did come at a high cost, however. Marco Reus (Femur Contusion) and Diego Costa (Sprained Ankle) were both lost to first half injuries. Boss Jose Mourinho is hopeful that the duo can make a return for the Champions League Final but has ruled each out for next weekend's Premier League finale. On a bright note, Mourinho added that Ramires (Sprained Knee) and Eden Hazard (Broken Ankle) have returned to training and that each of them could not be ruled out of featuring later this month against Barcelona.

    Chelsea (27-6-4) will go through the motions one more time on Sunday, before being presented with the Premier League trophy. The Blues will host 18th-placed Leicester City (5-13-19). The The Foxes are 3 points from safety and are -6 on goal difference to 17th-placed West Ham, making Leicester an all-but-certain candidate for relegation with Cardiff City and Norwich City.

    Swansea City (winners of The Football League Championship) and Crystal Palace (2nd in the League Championship) have attained promotion to the Premier League for 2016-17. They will be joined by the winners of the Promotion Playoff which features Burnley, Nottingham Forest, Blackburn Rovers and Wigan Athletic.

    In the Premier League, Chelsea, Spurs and Manchester City have secured Champions League spots for next season, with the final spot up for grabs between Liverpool (64 points) and Southampton (62 points). Everton, Manchester United and Arsenal each have a chance to secure a Europa League spot, pending this weekend's results. Southampton visit Aston Villa, while Liverpool visit Watford on Championship Sunday.

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    5/14 - EPL
    Southampton 2:2 QPR
    Watford 0:1 Spurs
    West Ham 1:3 Liverpool

    5/14 - FAC Final
    Chelsea 1:0 Crystal Palace

    5/15 - EPL
    Aston Villa 1:1 Manchester United
    Hull City 1:1 Everton
    Newcastle 2:0 Cardiff City
    Norwich City 2:2 Leicester City
    Sunderland 1:2 Arsenal
    West Brom 1:0 Manchester City

    5/18 - UEL Final
    AC Milan 2:1 Manchester United

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