2016 Season

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2016 Schedule
30-3-5, 1st in English Premier League
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1hESPN staff

Luiz, Fabregas, Hazard make list

Using a formula that combines endorsements with social media and Google search popularity, the Chelsea trio are among the most famous athletes.

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2hPA Sport

Solanke to sign for Liverpool - report

Liverpool have won the race to sign Chelsea youth team striker Dominic Solanke, according to Press Association Sport.

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13hESPN staff

Chelsea's Willian wants to stay

Although United "have made an initial approach," Willian has said he is not keen to leave Chelsea.

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Chelsea should get creative with Costa's Atletico desire (2:56)
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1dDan Kilpatrick

Lampard admires Pochettino approach

Chelsea legend Lampard, 38, ended his 21-year playing career earlier this year and has said he wants to move into management.

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1dMark Worrall

Chelsea must resurrect Griezmann-Costa swap

It's a prospect that Blues fans would find far more exciting than the acquisition of either Lukaku, also on Manchester United's wish list, or Morata.

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1dAdriana Garcia

Atletico's 'doors open' for Costa - assistant

Chelsea striker Diego Costa would be welcomed back at Atletico Madrid with open arms, according to the Spanish side's assistant coach Juan Vizcaino.

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1dESPN staff

Courtois rues Sanchez's 'volleyball block'

Thibaut Courtois says Anthony Taylor visited the club earlier this season to explain the handball rule as he rued Alexis Sanchez's "volleyball block."

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1dChris Borg

Costa derails Chelsea's transfer plans

Diego Costa has thrown a spanner in the works by saying that he wants to return to Atletico Madrid. As always, Transfer Talk has the latest.

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2dLiam Twomey

Conte defends 'honest' Moses after dive

Antonio Conte defended Victor Moses as "an honest player" after the winger was shown a second yellow card for diving in Saturday's FA Cup final loss.

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2dESPN staff

Courtois wants new Chelsea contract

Thibaut Courtois has told Sky Sports he hopes to commit his future to Chelsea by signing a new contract with the club.

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2dESPN staff

Fabregas on Chelsea exit: 'Never say never'

Cesc Fabregas has said he is happy playing for Chelsea but you can "never say never" about a move away from the club this summer.

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3dESPN staff

Costa would only leave Chelsea for Atletico

Diego Costa has said he would only leave Chelsea to join Atletico Madrid, while also confirming he has no interest in moving to China anytime soon.

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3dLeo Spall

Added security ensures peaceful FA Cup

Less than a week after the attack in Manchester, a robust security presence ensured a peaceful FA Cup at Wembley.

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3dLiam Twomey

Conte: '2 key moments' cost Chelsea final

Antonio Conte lamented "two key moments" that shattered Chelsea's hopes of a double after Saturday's 2-1 defeat against Arsenal at Wembley.

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3dPhil Lythell

Courtois stands out in FA Cup defeat

Arsenal were superb vs. Chelsea but thanks to Thibaut Courtois, Antonio Conte's side endured a much gentler defeat than the 2-1 scoreline suggests.

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3dESPN staff

Conte: Sanchez 'hands attached to the ball'

Chelsea manager Antonio Conte said Alexis Sanchez "had his hands attached to the ball" before scoring Arsenal's opening goal in their 2-1 win.

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3dMark Ogden

Ogden: Arsenal claim FA Cup over Chelsea

Arsenal had wasted endless chances to put the FA Cup final out of reach but thanks to Aaron Ramsey, they ran out deserving 2-1 winners.

2016-17 Prem Table

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Chelsea383035+5293
Tottenham Hotspur382684+6086
Manchester City382396+4178
Liverpool3822106+3676
Arsenal382369+3375
Manchester United3818155+2569
Everton38171011+1861
Southampton38121016-746
AFC Bournemouth38121016-1246
West Bromwich Albion3812917-845
West Ham United3812917-1745
Leicester City3812818-1544
Stoke City38111116-1544
Crystal Palace3812521-1341
Swansea City3812521-2541
Burnley3811720-1640
Watford3811720-2840
Hull City389722-4334
Middlesbrough3851320-2628
Sunderland386626-4024

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference522nd
Goals Scored852nd
Assists572nd
Goals Conceded333rd