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EquipoJJDGPts
1Manchester City17+4149
2Manchester United17+2638
3Chelsea17+1735
4Tottenham Hotspur17+1631
5Liverpool17+1431
6Burnley17+431
7Arsenal17+1030
8Leicester City17+426
9Watford17-322
10Everton17-822
B'ham 0-2 Everton; Chelsea 2-0 Arsenal; Liverpool 1-2 Blackpool; Man City 2-1 Newcastle; Stoke 1-0 Blackburn; Tottenham 2-1 Villa; WBA 1-1 Bolton; West Ham 1-1 Fulham; Wigan 2-0 Wolves
03/10/2010, Reportaje de Steve Bartram
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Chelsea pull away again

Chelsea exploited United's draw at Sunderland with an important, hard-fought victory over Arsenal at Stamford Bridge.

Carlo Ancelotti's side moved ahead against the run of play when Didier Drogba neatly back-heeled home Ashley Cole's cross, and a thumping late free-kick from Alex sealed the victory for the champions.

The Blues are now five points clear of United, who were also overtaken on Sunday by local rivals Manchester City.

Roberto Mancini's Citizens overcame Newcastle in an attritional match at Eastlands. Carlos Tevez's penalty was cancelled out by fellow Argentine Jonas Gutierrez, before Adam Johnson's second-half strike settled a match marred by a suspected

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