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The referee signals the end of the game.
Frank Lampard manages to make a clearance.
The ball is swung over by Aiden McGeady.
Gerard Deulofeu fouled by Eden Hazard, the ref awards a free kick.
Clearance by James McCarthy.
Frank Lampard slots the ball right footed into the goal. Chelsea 1-0 Everton.
An unfortunate own goal is conceded by Tim Howard. Chelsea 1-0 Everton.
Phil Jagielka concedes a free kick for a foul on Nascimento Ramires.
Sylvain Distin makes a clearance.
Unfair challenge on Eden Hazard by Gareth Barry results in a free kick.
Aiden McGeady makes a clearance.
Phil Jagielka manages to make a clearance.
Leighton Baines challenges Fernando Torres unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Clearance made by Gareth Barry.
Shot by Andre Schurrle went over the bar.
The ball is crossed by Branislav Ivanovic.
Shot by Andre Schurrle missed to the left of goal.
John Terry restarts play with the free kick.
Branislav Ivanovic fouled by Gareth Barry, the ref awards a free kick.
Phil Jagielka restarts play with the free kick.
The referee blows for offside against Frank Lampard.
Steven Pienaar leaves the field to be replaced by Aiden McGeady.
Leighton Baines makes a clearance.
Unfair challenge on Cesar Azpilicueta by Steven Naismith results in a free kick.
Shot by Fernando Torres.
Kevin Mirallas goes off and Gerard Deulofeu comes on.
Foul by Nemanja Matic on Gareth Barry, free kick awarded.
Clearance by Seamus Coleman.
Gary Cahill fouled by Kevin Mirallas, the ref awards a free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on James McCarthy by Fernando Torres.
Andre Schurrle on for Samuel Eto'o.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Fernando Torres on Sylvain Distin.
Clearance made by Gary Cahill.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Leighton Baines by Samuel Eto'o.
John Terry takes the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Nascimento Ramires by James McCarthy results in a free kick.
Shot by Kevin Mirallas. Blocked by Cesar Azpilicueta.
Centre by Steven Pienaar.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Nemanja Matic by Ross Barkley.
Ross Barkley joins the action as a substitute, replacing Leon Osman.
Foul by Samuel Eto'o on Steven Pienaar, free kick awarded.
Fernando Torres joins the action as a substitute, replacing da Silva Willian.
The ball is swung over by Branislav Ivanovic.
Eden Hazard takes a shot. Tim Howard fumbles the ball.
Clearance made by Steven Naismith.
Corner taken by da Silva Willian from the right by-line.
Header by Phil Jagielka goes to the left of the goal.
Leon Osman takes a shot. A parry by Petr Cech prevents the goal.
Gareth Barry manages to make a clearance.
Clearance made by Sylvain Distin.
Clearance by Gareth Barry.
Da Silva Willian has a direct shot on goal from the free kick which goes over the bar.
Gary Cahill fouled by Gareth Barry, the ref awards a free kick.
Frank Lampard takes a shot. Tim Howard fumbles the ball.
Free kick taken by Eden Hazard.
Unfair challenge on Nascimento Ramires by Leon Osman results in a free kick.
Gareth Barry makes a clearance.
The referee gets the second half underway.
Frank Lampard makes a clearance.
Emboaba Oscar gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Kevin Mirallas.
Da Silva Willian takes a shot. Tim Howard blocks the ball.
Steven Pienaar fouled by Nascimento Ramires, the ref awards a free kick.
Foul by Branislav Ivanovic on Steven Pienaar, free kick awarded.
Nascimento Ramires is brought on as a substitute for Emboaba Oscar.
The referee calls an end to the first half.
Clearance made by John Terry.
James McCarthy takes a shot. Blocked by Cesar Azpilicueta.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on James McCarthy by Nemanja Matic.
Foul by Steven Pienaar on da Silva Willian, free kick awarded.
Header by John Terry misses to the right of the target.
Da Silva Willian has an effort at goal. Blocked by Gareth Barry.
Corner taken by Kevin Mirallas.
Free kick taken by John Terry.
The official flags Kevin Mirallas offside.
Kevin Mirallas decides to take the corner short.
Header by Frank Lampard goes to the left of the goal.
Clearance by Sylvain Distin.
Cesar Azpilicueta has an effort at goal. Branislav Ivanovic has an effort at goal. Blocked by Steven Pienaar.
Clearance by John Terry.
Frank Lampard challenges Steven Naismith unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Free kick crossed by Kevin Mirallas.
Steven Pienaar fouled by Branislav Ivanovic, the ref awards a free kick.
John Terry manages to make a clearance.
Leon Osman challenges John Terry unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Branislav Ivanovic makes a clearance.
Kevin Mirallas takes a shot. Gary Cahill gets a block in.
Foul by Cesar Azpilicueta on Kevin Mirallas, free kick awarded.
Gary Cahill manages to make a clearance.
Seamus Coleman takes the free kick.
Foul by Emboaba Oscar on Steven Naismith, free kick awarded.
Emboaba Oscar has an effort at goal. Leighton Baines gets a block in.
Free kick taken by Phil Jagielka.
Cesar Azpilicueta gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Kevin Mirallas.
A cross is delivered by Cesar Azpilicueta.
Shot by da Silva Willian missed to the left of the net.
Cesar Azpilicueta gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Seamus Coleman.
Clearance by Leon Osman.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Frank Lampard.
Clearance made by Seamus Coleman.
Centre by Eden Hazard.
The referee gets the game started.
Low-key Mourinho keeps counsel
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho kept his counsel ahead of Saturday's Barclays Premier League clash with Everton after making a habit of throwing verbal barbs in the direction of his rivals in recent weeks.
Mourinho was less than his usual effusive self when questioned prior to Saturday's match against the Toffees, answering at length only when directly asked about Chelsea, who have John Terry available again but are without David Luiz.
Chelsea enter this weekend's fixtures top of the Premier League by one point from Arsenal and two from Manchester City, who have a game in hand.
Asked about City and Arsenal's European travails, both losing 2-0 in their Champions League last-16 first-leg clashes, Mourinho would only consider his side's tie with Galatasaray.
"My Champions League starts Wednesday," he said.
Asked the potential impact on the Premier League title race of their rivals' defeat, the Portuguese added: "I play Wednesday and I concentrate on that."
On the title race, Mourinho, who maintains Chelsea's approach is only game-by-game, said: "The table is there. You can look at the table and see how the table is.
"We are top of the league but we can be second if Man City wins the match they have in hand.
"If we win tomorrow we keep the same position."
Following his description of Arsene Wenger as "a specialist in failure" last week and the Frenchman's riposte that he was "embarrassed for him (Mourinho)", the Portuguese declined the opportunity to respond in order to avoid a continuation of the tit-for-tat exchange.
Wayne Rooney was a summer transfer target for Mourinho, but now appears poised to commit his future to Manchester United with a contract reportedly worth B#300,000 a week.
"I don't react," Mourinho added.
Rooney is now managed by David Moyes, who has been succeeded at Everton by Roberto Martinez.
The sixth-placed Toffees are three points better off than Moyes' United, last season's champions, with a game in-hand.
Asked his thoughts on Martinez's tenure at Everton, Mourinho said: "I don't comment."
Everton's position in the table is in part due to the performances of on-loan Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku, who has netted nine Premier League goals but has recently been out with an ankle problem.
Mourinho declined to comment on the Belgium striker, whom he has not spoken to of late and is ineligible to face his parent club.
"I don't speak about Romelu till the end of the season," the Chelsea boss said.
"Until the end of the season he is an Everton player."
One of Chelsea's three Premier League losses this season was at Goodison Park in September, but Mourinho does not expect that to have an impact.
"We think we can beat them because we believe in ourselves," he said.
"We are not influenced negatively or positively about what happened in the past."
Roberto Martinez expects the trip to Stamford Bridge to provide a barometer for Everton's top-four hopes.
Martinez views the Toffees as in a four-way battle with Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester United for fourth place and a spot in next year's Champions League.
Everton have a lot of catching up to do given they are eight points behind their city rivals and five adrift of Tottenham, although they do have a game in hand on both.
Defeat by Spurs in their last Premier League match was particularly costly, with Martinez's side dominating most of the match but losing out to an Emmanuel Adebayor goal.
The Spaniard wants Everton to learn from that against Chelsea, who top the table and have dropped just four points at home all season.
Martinez said: "The game we have at the weekend is going to tell us a lot.
"It's important that as a team we keep working, we keep developing and keep getting stronger, but only when you get in a match against teams that are competing in the Champions League do you get a clear idea how far away you are.
"Stamford Bridge is one of the hardest places to go and get three points, and I think it's going to be a terrific measurement for ourselves after the disappointment that we had at White Hart Lane.
"It's something we need to correct, to use that experience that when you are the better side, you need to win the football game.
"Chelsea have got terrific home form with this manager, and not just this season. It's an incredible challenge but probably internally we need that."
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