Terry and Petr Cech react after their defeat at Crystal Palace. (REUTERS/Andrew Winning)
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Jose Mourinho's men have won most of the matches against their title rivals this season, a league double over Manchester City and a 6-0 thrashing of Arsenal the highlights of a string of successes against the elite clubs.However, their five Premier League defeats have come against teams outside the top four – all away at Palace, Stoke City, Aston Villa, Newcastle United and Everton.Chelsea, winners of the topflight crown in 1955, 2005, 2006 and 2010, looked like a shadow of the team that scored four times in the first half last week in what was billed as a potential title decider against Arsenal.
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