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LONDON: Pedro's sublime strike fired Chelsea a step closer to the Premier League title as the ruthless leaders swept to a 3-0 win at Everton on Sunday. Antonio Conte's side had to work hard to break down Everton's stubborn resistance, but Pedro's majestic second-half goal put Chelsea on course for a fourth win in their last five league games. Late goals from Gary Cahill and Willian wrapped up the victory as the Blues opened up a seven-point lead at the top, piling pressure on second-placed Tottenham ahead of their derby against Arsenal later on Sunday. Regardless of the result at White Hart Lane, Chelsea's steely display ensured the destiny of the title remains in their hands with four matches left against Middlesbrough, West Bromwich Albion, Watford and Sunderland. Chelsea need nine points to be assured of being crowned English champions in Conte's first season in charge.
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LONDON: Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has encouraged his team to relish the battle for Champions League qualification as they look to preserve their top-four place at Watford on Monday. Liverpool topped the Premier League table in November and looked poised to mount a title tilt, but a top-four finish is now the only thing they can now hope to salvage from their season. While they could be out of the top four by kick-off at Vicarage Road on Monday, Klopp wants his players to remain mindful of how privileged their position is. "When we were first or second in the table and all that stuff, I said the only thing we can do is to be in the battle for the interesting positions at the end of the season," he said. "The end of the season is now, of course. It is the last month of the season and we are in the battle. So what else do we want? "Yes, it would be nice if we had 10 points more and fight with Chelsea for the title, but that's not for us obviously in this moment.
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