Saturday, February 25, 2017

Chelsea surge 11 points clear in Premier League, Leicester into bottom three Last updated 07:03 26/02/2017 Diego Costa has guided Chelsea to a 3-1 win over Swansea. Relevant offers Football Perth Glory march up to third in A-League with win over Western Sydney Wanderers Chelsea surge 11 points clear in Premier League, Leicester into bottom three Mark Reason: Football Ferns' Abby Erceg has forgotten what sport is all about Auckland City coach Ramon Tribulietx is the man to fix the Phoenix Marco Rojas stars as Melbourne Victory survive Adelaide United rally in A-League Recap: Perth Glory v Western Sydney Wanderers - A-League Week 21 Recap: Melbourne Victory v Adelaide Utd - A-League week 21 Recap: Brisbane Roar v Wellington Phoenix - A-League week 21 Australian football team apologises for lewd 'sex act' banner Sacked Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri says his dream has died Chelsea's processional march towards the Premier League title continued at Swansea City's expense on Saturday (Sunday NZ Time) as last season's champions Leicester City dropped into the bottom three. Antonio Conte's side were not firing on all cylinders against a resolute Swansea side managed by their former assistant manager Paul Clement but second-half goals by Pedro and Diego Costa made sure of a 3-1 victory. They are now 11 points ahead of Manchester City who have 13 games left to play and while Italian Conte is too cagey to start proclaiming his side yet, only a monumental loss of form can deny them the title. Chelsea's victory made it mathematically impossible for Leicester to catch them as they are 42 points behind the leaders going into their home clash with Liverpool on Monday - their first fixture since the sacking of manager Claudio Ranieri. READ MO

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