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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2019/2020 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
3 Man City 10 2 4 32
4 Chelsea 9 2 5 29
5 Man United 6 6 4 24
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Chelsea's Pulisic can inspire next U.S. wave to global stardom - Oscar winner McConaughey

Matthew McConaughey hopes that more Americans can join Christian Pulisic's level of football soon.
Craig Burley feels that Chelsea's relatively weak group helped them bounce back from a poor start.

Oscar-winning film star and Austin FC co-owner Matthew McConaughey hopes to see the next generation of U.S. soccer talent follow Christian Pulisic's lead and make an impact in the sport around the world.

Pulisic has made a major impact at Chelsea since joining in a €64 million transfer from Borussia Dortmund in the summer, scoring six goals including a hat trick against Burnley.

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Rudiger's return aided vulnerable Chelsea vs. Lille, but last-16 opponents will exploit Blues' naivety

Craig Burley feels that Chelsea's relatively weak group helped them bounce back from a poor start.

LONDON -- Loic Remy enjoyed some memorable moments during his two years as a Chelsea player, but this was the first time he had left Stamford Bridge in shocked silence. Returning to west London with Lille, the former Chelsea striker was thoroughly anonymous until the moment, 12 minutes from the end of Tuesday's decisive Champions League Group H encounter, when he stepped onto Jonathan Bamba's cut-back from the left and sent a left-footed shot bouncing into the roof of Kepa Arrizabalaga's net via...

Frank Lampard: Chelsea won't go 'crazy' after transfer ban lifted

Craig Burley feels that Chelsea's relatively weak group helped them bounce back from a poor start.

Chelsea will not go "crazy" when their transfer ban is lifted in January because the young players who have been given their chance to shine are improving all the time, coach Frank Lampard said on Tuesday.

"I am calm about this window, I am very calm about it," Lampard said after Chelsea secured their spot in the last 16 of the Champions League by beating Lille 2-1 at Stamford Bridge.

"We are improving. Even the little bumps of the past two weeks are just part of the process. I believe in what...

Chelsea defence crumble as Kepa 5/10 in defeat at Everton

Steve Nicol believes Chelsea's recent defensive issues are not down to Frank Lampard's tactics.

Chelsea suffered the effects of new-manager bounce as Duncan Ferguson's interim tenure at Everton got off to a flying start by beating the Londoners 3-1 on Saturday.

The home side hassled and harried Chelsea all over the pitch and deservedly took the lead when Richarlison evaded Andreas Christensen to score his fifth goal in seven games. Dominic Calvert-Lewin doubled Everton's advantage shortly after the break, and while Mateo Kovacic pulled one back with a stunning side-footed volley, a second...