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Hull have taken a maximum 12 points from four games against London teams this season.
Chelsea have won their last seven away games in a row and conceded just one goal.
The Blues have taken 38 points from a possible 42 in a 14-game unbeaten run since their last away defeat.
Chelsea met Hull in last season’s League Cup at the KC Stadium and won 4-0.
Salomon Kalou netted twice on that visit.
The Blues have scored 10 goals in their last two visits to Humberside.
Chelsea have won 17 and lost only four of the 26 league meetings with Hull City.
The Tigers did win the last home league game against Chelsea (3-0) in Division Two back in 1988-89.
Chelsea have conceded only one goal in their last seven away games.
Sunday’s defeat to Liverpool ended a run of 29 league games without a loss for the Blues.

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hull payin 8.25/1 for a win
ill slap 100 on that the way chelsea played last time :P

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well they beat arsenal away so why not chelsea home :D

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2-2
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tough game, hoping for Chelsea to bounce back.
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Hull 3-2

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chelsea 6 or 7 nil
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Forza Roma wrote:chelsea 6 or 7 nil
wouldnt be suprised
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hull is still not as good as chelski ..
2-0 win for chelski !!
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Chelsea to win 3-0
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yeah i think hull is a good side that make thier own luck, but i cant see them getting beaten - way too good.

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Bodø Glimt wrote:Hull have taken a maximum 12 points from four games against London teams this season.
Chelsea have won their last seven away games in a row and conceded just one goal.
The Blues have taken 38 points from a possible 42 in a 14-game unbeaten run since their last away defeat.
Chelsea met Hull in last season’s League Cup at the KC Stadium and won 4-0.
Salomon Kalou netted twice on that visit.
The Blues have scored 10 goals in their last two visits to Humberside.
Chelsea have won 17 and lost only four of the 26 league meetings with Hull City.
The Tigers did win the last home league game against Chelsea (3-0) in Division Two back in 1988-89.
Chelsea have conceded only one goal in their last seven away games.
Sunday’s defeat to Liverpool ended a run of 29 league games without a loss for the Blues.
why.. what on earth happened to their home record :lol: :lol: :lol:
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chelsea to spank 'em ;(
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what you highlighted is talking about their away record :shock:
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Bali Cowman wrote:what you highlighted is talking about their away record :shock:
lol ..
and yes i agree, chelkski will beat them .. hull is not up to chelski standard just yet
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one all draw, king to score last 20 to equalise then hull play with 11 on the goal line :lol: :lol:
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chelsea already 2-0 up
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just shw the different of class
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snap bak 2 reality

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Well done to my boys.
Had to bounce back and stay close to Liverpool and infront of Man U!
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chelsea91 wrote:Chelsea to win 3-0
you got that right 91.........good call 8)

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i can't say that Lampard meant that
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delfino_1936 wrote:i can't say that Lampard meant that
well scolari certainly did, he even sed hed get his vote for world player of the yr hahah wat a joke

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MUFCBOY when will you give up the English football. You know as well as I that its crap! simply no flair involve like there is in the Spanish leagues. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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altho he's a chelski player, but i must said this : give this guy some credit .. he has been doing great for this season !! i dont understand why ppl keep on bvragging him when he has no attitude etc etc
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HORTO MAGIKO wrote:MUFCBOY when will you give up the English football. You know as well as I that its crap! simply no flair involve like there is in the Spanish leagues. :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

yeh no worries mate, thats y torres came 2 liverpool and ronaldo stayed at united

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money talks.............quality walks

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unbelievable ANOTHER deflection goal for lampard!
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