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superblobby Posted: 09:37 Nov28 2007 Post ID: 2009657
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So like, if, and when (D=) they don't lose to West Hamwich United on Saturday, they will be 70 home Premier League matches without loss.

Stretching back to like... 2003 or summit D=

How many do you recon they'll go on for?
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Sanzano Posted: 12:51 Nov28 2007 Post ID: 2009779
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I'm sure Chelsea have been beaten in the premiership a few times away from Stamford Bridge in the last couple of years. What record is it exactly?
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superblobby Posted: 03:17 Nov29 2007 Post ID: 2010893
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they will be 70 home Premier League matches without loss.

Undefeated home streak, basically.
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whiplash234 Posted: 08:26 Nov29 2007 Post ID: 2011039
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I can't see Chelski holding onto that for much longer. West Ham, will hopefully defeat Chelski 2-1.

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superblobby Posted: 09:47 Nov29 2007 Post ID: 2011092
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I don't personally recon it'll be West Ham to do it, but one of the better teams, like Liverpool, or their bogey team, Villa.
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sk8er_freak Posted: 10:34 Dec05 2007 Post ID: 2018977
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yeah chelsea won 1-0
chelsea rule coming from a chelsea fan
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superblobby Posted: 13:33 Dec05 2007 Post ID: 2019061
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At home, Chelseaa seem unstoppable.

I have tickets for their home fixture against Liverpool in the Carling Cup, right behind the dugouts =P
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Sanzano Posted: 14:43 Dec05 2007 Post ID: 2019135
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Sounds like Stamford Bridge is a burial ground for opposing Premiership teams. 70 undefeated home games is an impressive record seeing as the Premiership is the best football league in the world.
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whiplash234 Posted: 15:12 Dec05 2007 Post ID: 2019167
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Arseanl, will beat Chelsea. Two goals from Cesc Fabregas.

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