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Full time: Chelsea 0-1 AFC Bournemouth

All over at Stamford Bridge and Bournemouth have pulled off a famous victory to defeat the Premier League champions and inflict an eighth win on Jose Mourinho's side. Glenn Murray got the decisive goal eight eight minutes left after Chelsea dominated for long periods of the second half. What does this do for Mournho's future?

Well what a dramatic end to the day which sees Chelsea and Manchester City both beaten. In between Arsenal have claim victory and Manchester United have been held by West Ham. We're back with Newcastle vs Liverpool tomorrow but until then goodbye.

Four added minutes for Chelsea to find a leveller. But Bournemouth have the ball and Arter finds the side-netting from the angle.

Bournemouth keep pressing and Adam Smith crosses towards the back post and Stanislas almost gets in at the back post. Amazing scenes at Stamford Bridge.

Less than three minutes left and you wonder how Chelsea have let this slip. Comfortable so much of this game and yet Bournemouth have produced the sucker-punch. This is arguably the lowest moment of the season for the Blues, if the score stays the same.

Matt Ritchie almost completes the job for Bournemouth by running clear but he shoots early and it goes wide of Courtois' goal.

Goal: Chelsea 0-1 Bournemouth (Glenn Murray)

Under the cosh for so much of this season half, Bournemouth have the lead with eight minutes left. Courtois makes a hash of a left-wing corner and when the ball comes back in substitute Glenn Murray heads into an empty net. Replays suggest he was in an offside position but the Cherries won't mind how it comes.

Bournemouth, who have committed so much to this game, are naturally feeling the heat and taking every opportunity to get some much-needed rest when there is a lull in the game. Mourinho among others have urged the referee to add on whatever time is being wasted. No doubt Chelsea are in total control here but can they knockdown the door of the newly promoted club?

Probably Chelsea's best chance comes to nothing once again. This time hazard finds Ivanovic and the cross evades both Costa and Pedro, with Simon Francis influential at the back post.

Entering the final quarter of the game and Chelsea are still pressing Bournemouth, who have only had rare bouts of possession since the break. Diego Costa has already been booked having barely been on the pitch half an hour so normal service has resumed in that sense.

Should Chelsea have a penalty? Adam Smith leaves his arm outstretched from a hazard cross and the home fans want a spot kick - but the referee waves away the appeals.

Threat coming down the Bournemouth left on a consistent basis and Ivanovic almost profits but his deflected shot is saved by Boruc.

Chelsea have dominated the start of the second half and they almost hit the front when Pedro's cross is headed over and behind by Steve Cook. Willian now crosses from the right and Matic can only head over at the back post. Bournemouth barely getting a sight of the ball.

Lively start from Chelsea who now have a focal point in attack. The ball is pulled by to Costa from Rehman and when the ball bounces Pedro's way a bicycle kick is easily saved by Boruc.

Desperate times mean desperate measures and Diego Costa, left on the bench for a second straight game, is on for Chelsea at half time. Bournemouth unchanged as the second half gets under way.

Half time: Chelsea 0-0 AFC Bournemouth

Hardly rosy in Chelsea's garden despite their recent form and they are being held by Bournemouth in an entertaining game at Stamford Bridge. Thibaut Courtois has been called into action, keeping out Junior Stanislas and Josh King amid nine attempts from the visitors. Chelsea meanwhile have created a handful of openings by Boruc has been comfortable in keeping out hazard and Oscar. An intriguing second half in prospect.

It is Oscar now who tests Boruc from a tight angle. Plenty of chances in this first half for both sides but it remains goalwards as we approach half time.

Chelsea are all at sea at the back and Josh King is causing all sorts of problems, but he skies his effort. Eight attempts on goal from the visitors in this first half. Pedro curls goalwards at the other end and Boruc makes a good save to his left.

Chelsea break and force Boruc into a decent save when Hazard cuts inside and shoots but the Pole makes a decent stop.

The Cherries continue to move the ball nicely and Dan Gosling takes aim from25 yards which takes a deflection and flies over Courtois' crossbar.

Thiabut Courtois back from the start and he is called into action for a second time in the opening 15 minutes. Arter feeds King who peels away and fires towards the near post but the Belgian makes the save.

Bournemouth having plenty of joy in the early moments here and they should really be ahead. Stanislas escapes down the left and forces Courtois into a good low save before the follow-up effort from King is blocked by Cahill.

Half a chance for Bournemouth as Adam Smith wins the ball back high up the pitch and when Cahill clears on as far as Stanislas, he blocks the follow-up effort.

The returning Artur Boruc beats away Eden Hazard's early effort in an onimous start for Bournemouth. Chelsea on top.

Under way at Stamford Bridge. The away support already in good voice.

Teams out at Stamford Bridge, where the lights have been turned down around the stands. Not sure I buy into the dramatic entrance. Big games for both sides this.

For Bournemouth, after a campaign which began with plenty of promise injuries have taken their tole - not that Eddie Howe would let you believe it. Tyrone Mings, Callum Wilson and Max Gradel are all out with anterior cruciate knee ligament injuries amid nine absentees for tonight's game. Chelsea have not lost in 48 games against newly promoted sides, can Bournemouth end that sequence?

Jose Mourinho on Sky Sports: "We are playing well every player is committed and improving. We are defending much better the quality of the game as well. We are not scoring enough for the quality of football we are playing.

Eddie Howe on Sky Sports: "The challenge will be overloading midfield and we have to get our defensive structures right but we will also be looking to give them a problem."

Chelsea have showed signs of shoots of recovery in the last two games with a win over Aston Villa and a draw at Tottenham and tonight they have Thibaut Courtois back in goal. Jose Mourinho claimed the draw at White Hart lane was the club's best performance of the season and the Blues will be keen to continue that run of form going. They go within 12 points of the top four with a win.

Full time in each of the six 3pm kick-offs and now our attention turns to the final game of the day where Chelsea face AFC Bournemouth. Both sides are going in different directions with Jose Mourinho's side having taken four points out of six while Bournemouth are winless since September with five losses from their last eight games.

Main lines from those teams come from Chelsea with Thibaut Courtois back from injury for the first time since September while Diego Costa is on the bench after throwing a bib in the direction of Jose Mourinho last weekend.

Are Chelsea back? Are Bournemouth doomed? Stamford Bridge plays host to two sides whose recent fortunes are contrasting with the Blues having staged a minor revival after losing seven leagues games, while the Cherries are down in the bottom three. Teams are already out and below.


Chelsea: Courtois; Ivanovic (c), Zouma, Cahill, Baba; Fabregas, Matic; Willian, Oscar, Pedro; Hazard

Bournemouth: Boruc, Daniels, Cook, Francis, Smith, Arter, Gosling, Surman, Ritchie, Stanislas, King.