Chelsea haven't lost in twenty-two games. Can anyone beat them?

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Chelsea haven't lost in twenty-two games. Can anyone beat them?
5th December 2014

A hugely successful Chelsea face Newcastle this weekend after cruising to victory against Tottenham on Wednesday. 

The match may have something of a physiological edge for Chelsea, who have never won at St James' park. However, the London team have remained unbeaten over their last twenty-two games and Jon describes them as a juggernaut of a team. 

QPR are set to face off against Burnley, which is an important match for both sides. Both badly need a win and the outcome of the match may lay the foundation for one team avoiding the relegation zone. 

Harry Redknapp - or is that Ebenezer Redknapp? - revealed he is no fan of Christmas parties. If he has his way, footballers would avoid them altogether. 

Struggling Crystal Palace will play against the recently beaten Tottenham this weekend. It's a crucial match for Palace, who have been on poor form lately and may slip further and further down the ranks. 

In rugby, Ireland announced a united bid for the 2023 rugby world cup. They described it as "impossible to resist." 

We also hear about Ronnie O'Sullivan's impressive 147 in his recent 8-2 win over Anthony McGill at UK Championship, moving him into the semi-finals of the competition. 





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