Not a lot of goals at all this weekend, with most teams winning by the odd strike.
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There is bad news for the Blues as both Didier Drogba and star youngster Daniel Sturridge could miss the away game with West Brom.
Seems like it’s been an age since the last Premier League match but they’re back following the FA Cup fixtures.
Cahill began his career with AFC Dronfield, a Sunday League team in Derbyshire, where he played until he was 15. During his time there, he was scouted by a number of clubs, including Barnsley, Sheffield Wednesday, Derby County and Aston Villa whom he signed for as a member of the club’s Academy.
This weekend was all about tremendous goals and big rivalries taking centre stage.
Young French winger Gael Kakuta has signed on-loan for Dijon until the end of the season.
Chelsea expect to complete the transfer of Bolton defender Gary Cahill's for £7m.
The France Under-21 international is no undoubtedly very talented but he has only featured once for Bolton since his loan move in August, and in that game, he managed to score in the Carling Cup win over Aston Villa.
Blue's boss Andre Villas-Boas is thought to have made enquiries for Bolton's highly rated England defender during the summer but was put off by the £18m asking price.
Whilst most of the UK enjoyed a mini-heatwave on Sunday, it was a miserable day in Lancashire but Chelsea lit up the day as far as our supporters were concerned, Frank Lampard hit a hat-trick and Daniel Sturridge scored twice.
Tevez, not playing for his club, is not receiving any plaudits for his actions on the subs bench which is entirely the opposite of what Frank Lampard has gone through.
Soon, the final whistle blew, and Lampard’s performance silenced his critics. As they say, "form is temporary, Class is permanent".
Andre Villas-Boas confirmed that Cheslea striker Nicolas Anelka is expected to leave at the end of the season when his contract runs out.
Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas has said that he had no plans to let Daniel Sturridge go out on loan again this season.
Gael Kakuta revealed the reasons behind leaving Chelsea to Bolton on loan. According to Gael, he chose to go to Bolton and not Fulham or a club in France because team-mate Daniel Sturridge had spoken highly of the club and its manager’s ability to inspire young players to exhibit their hidden talents.