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Chelsea bid to take EPL lead fails
by Paul Kennedy, December 23rd, 2008 7:01AM
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[ENGLAND]Chelsea missed a chance to overtake Liverpool in the Premier League when it settled for a 0-0 tie at Everton after captain John Terry was sent off in the 34th minute.

The tie ended the Blues' 11-game away Premier League winning streak.

Terry was sent off for a wild lunge at Leon Osman. Until then, Chelsea had American keeper Tim Howard under pressure.

Late in the game, Chelsea keeper Peter Cech stymied Everton on several occasions.

HOLIDAY SCHEDULE:
Dec. 26
Aston Villa vs. Arsenal
Chelsea vs. West Brom
Liverpool vs. Bolton
Man City vs. Hull
Middlesbrough vs. Everton
Portsmouth vs. West Ham
Stoke vs. Man Utd
Sunderland vs. Blackburn
Tottenham vs. Fulham
Wigan vs. Newcastle
Dec. 28
Arsenal vs. Portsmouth
Blackburn vs. Man City
Bolton vs. Wigan
Everton vs. Sunderland
Fulham vs. Chelsea
Newcastle vs. Liverpool
West Brom vs. Tottenham
West Ham vs. Stoke
Dec. 29
Man Utd vs. Middlesbrough
Dec. 30
Hull vs. Aston Villa


 

 



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