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Full time at Stamford Bridge and the game ends Chelsea 2 Manchester City 1. Torres is the hero and that really didn't look likely after he fluffed a first-half chance over the bar. Joe Hart will come under the spotlight again but the Chelsea fans don't care as they win again at home.
GOAL!!! (Torres) Wow, what a finish to this match and it could only be Fernando Torres. It's a real calamity for Nastasic and Hart as Willian sends a hopeful pass up the middle of the pitch. Hart comes out to meet the high ball on the edge of the area but Nastasic attempts a header back towards his own goal, which Torres gleefully accepts by running on and tucking it into the empty net from a tight angle.
Aguero is now being replaced by Alvaro Negredo.
Final change for Chelsea with Eto'o coming on in place of Eden Hazard.
Man City bring off Garcia and Aleksandar Kolarov is the man coming on.
First City substitution sees Nasri replaced by Jesus Navas.
Double change for Chelsea. Goalscorer Schurrle is replaced by William, while Lampard comes off for John Obi Mikel.
Garcia the latest name into the book for taking out Torres, who claims there was an elbow involved.
Ramires into the book for a foul on the edge of the area on the left. Silva finds with the free kick Garcia but he can't get enough purchase on it and the ball flies into the ground and up into Cech's arms.
GOAL!!! (Aguero) Nasri slips a pass through to Aguero and he takes Cech by surprise with a first-time strike on his left foot and it flies high into the net at the near post. A wonderful finish from a red-hot centre forward.
Lloyd Francis is pretty happy with that half: 'I should have ended my last email 'you heard it here first!' Get in Schurrle!!!'
Sky Bet now make Chelsea 4/11 to go on and complete the victory, with City 8/1 to turn the game around. The half-time PRICE BOOSTS include Chelsea to win 3-0 at 14/1 and Fernando Torres to score next at 9/1. Head to Sky Bet to check out all the in-play markets.
The first half comes to and end with a wayward Toure shot and Chelsea lead 1-0 over Manchester City. A strange half for Torres but he reacted really well to missing that gilt-edged chance and claimed an assist for the Schurrle goal.
GOAL!!! (Schurrle) Torres makes amends for his dreadful miss moments earlier with great work down the right before hitting the byline and sending in a low cross that Andre Schurrle can simply tap into the City net.
Torres is now fouled from behind by Nastasic, who is the third player to be cautioned.
The second name into the book is Zabaleta, who needlessly bumps into the back of Hazard when there was no real chance of taking the ball.
A Chelsea move breaks down and City are looking to break through Fernandinho but Lampard hauls him down and is shown the first yellow card of the match.
Alafi Jackson: 'Having the two cash giants fully equipped themselves during the transfer window, I expect tough clash with city favorites to rob away the 3 points from the blues' home, with the goals from Negredo and Aguero which I predict to end up 2:1 with blues goal from Oscar.'
Toby: 'Hi, CHELSEA to win 3-1 with Torres (2) and Lampard to score! COME ON BLUES!!!'
Lloyd Francis has been in touch with: 'Know City have won their last two away games but think they will come unstuck today. Think we can really get at Demichelis today and I think Schurrle will star today. 3-1 Chelsea. Torres, Hazard, Schurrle and the imperious Aguero for City!'
Ash says: 'Hi Matthew, I can see Mourinho working his magic and getting a well deserved 3-1 win. Lampard to score first. Come on Chelsea!!!'
Tanner Redden says: 'Very shocked to see City with such a defensive line-up. Looking to be a bore draw, unless Torres can slip one past them.'
Brett Barrs from Leicester writes: 'I've gone for a cheeky £10 on Torres hat-trick! Don't let me down El Nino!'
Chelsea's impressive home record sees them 11/8 favourites with Sky Bet. City are a 21/10 shot and the draw is available at 12/5. Fernando Torres, fresh from his double in midweek, is boosted to 7/1 to score the opening goal, while Sergio Aguero leads the City market and is also boosted to 8/1 to score first. Sky Bet also offer 9/1 that both Torres and Aguero strike during the 90 minutes.
Ian Ashman: 'Hola Matthew. Warmest greetings from Mallorca. This is going to be a tough one for either side. Going for my beloved City to snatch this 2-1, goals from Nasri & Yaya. Oscar for Chelsea. Come on City.'
Jordan Green says: 'I'm very optimistic today, I think we (City) will win 1-2 Aguero & Yaya Toure to score and Torres to score for Chelsea. Come on City!'
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