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SHOWDOWN: A win for Jose Mourinho's (above) team would stamp his authority on a fascinating and simmering rivalry with his Manchester City counterpart, Manuel Pellegrini.

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SHOWDOWN: A win for Jose Mourinho's team would stamp his authority on a fascinating and simmering rivalry with his Manchester City counterpart, Manuel Pellegrini (above).

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SHOWDOWN: Chelsea have the comfort of a commanding five-point lead over Manchester City, and will still be first in the standings no matter the final outcome of Saturday's game.
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EPL's top two on collision course

Jan 31, 2015 5:50 AM

THERE is simply no rest for the weary, especially in a sport as demanding as football, as English Premier League (EPL) leaders Chelsea will soon find out.

Jose Mourinho will lead his men out at Stamford Bridge on Saturday (1.30am Sunday, Singapore time) against the defending champions

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