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Chelsea re-established its position as hot favorite to win the Premier League trophy on Wednesday, virtually eliminating Manchester City from the title race and leaving Tottenham as the only realistic challenger to the long-time leader.
 
With Luis Suarez and Lionel Messi on top form, Barcelona needed less than 10 minutes to take care of Sevilla and keep the pressure on Real Madrid in the Spanish league on Wednesday.
 
Late equalizer no solace for Man Utd
Winning the Europa League is looking increasingly like Manchester United's best chance of getting back in the Champions League for next season.
 
Atletico Madrid took another step to securing a Champions League spot next season by defeating Real Sociedad 1-0 on Tuesday for its fifth win in a row in the Spanish league.
 
Italian forward Giuseppe Rossi scored a hat trick to lead Celta Vigo to a comfortable 3-1 win over Las Palmas in the Spanish league on Monday.
 
Suarez leads Barca  past Granada 4-1
Luis Suarez filled in for the suspended Lionel Messi by scoring one goal and participating in three more to keep Barcelona close to Spanish leader Real Madrid on Sunday.
 
After Arsenal twice conceded against Manchester City, Arsene Wenger was apprehensive.
 
Mourinho again questions Shaw's commitment to Man United
One month after Jose Mourinho said Luke Shaw could be Manchester United's best left back, the England international could be looking for a new club.
 
Sunderland manager Moyes says he regrets 'slap' remark
Sunderland manager David Moyes "deeply regrets" telling a female BBC reporter she might get a slap.
 
Twist in title race as Chelsea lose at home
Maybe it won't be a procession to the English Premier League trophy for Chelsea, after all.
 
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