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ENGLISH LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
20 Bolton 7 9 16 30
21 Hull 6 11 14 29
22 Barnsley 6 10 15 28
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ChelseaChelsea
Hull CityHull City
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Hull CityHull City
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Hull CityHull City
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 By PA Sport

Chelsea's Willian told Hull's David Meyler he wouldn't score penalty

Antonio Conte says Willian's two-goal night in Chelsea's FA Cup win over Hull City adds to the difficulty of choosing the best lineup to face Barcelona.
Olivier Giroud extended Chelsea's lead over Hull City in the FA Cup to 4-0 with his first goal for the club since his move from Arsenal.
A brace from Willian and Olivier Giroud's first goal for the club highlighted Chelsea's dominant victory over Hull City in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

Willian revealed that he psyched out David Meyler just before the midfielder missed a penalty in Chelsea's victory over Hull City in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

The Brazil international scored two goals as Chelsea advanced to the quarterfinals, with Olivier Giroud claiming his first goal with his new club and Pedro also on target in the 4-0 victory.

He also had a word in Meyler's ear just before his spot kick was saved by Willy Caballero -- and revealed he told his opponent he would fail with...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Chelsea's Gary Cahill wishes Ryan Mason well after retirement decision

Antonio Conte says Willian's two-goal night in Chelsea's FA Cup win over Hull City adds to the difficulty of choosing the best lineup to face Barcelona.
A brace from Willian and Olivier Giroud's first goal for the club highlighted Chelsea's dominant victory over Hull City in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

Chelsea defender Gary Cahill expressed his well wishes to former Hull City midfielder Ryan Mason, who was forced to announce his retirement earlier this week when he was unable to recover from a skull fracture sustained as the two collided in a game a year ago.

Cahill, writing in the programme notes before Chelsea's 4-0 victory against Hull in the fifth round of the FA Cup on Friday, said Mason's well-being was the most important thing on his mind entering the game.

"I was devastated to hear that...

 By PA Sport

Ryan Mason feels 'lucky' despite career-ending injury

Hull City manager Nigel Adkins pays tribute to midfielder Ryan Mason who has announced his retirement after fracturing his skull in January 2017.

Ryan Mason feels "lucky to be here" and admits the knowledge that playing football again could risk his life has helped him accept the early end to his career.

Mason announced his retirement from playing earlier this week, just under 13 months on from suffering a fractured skull in a sickening clash of heads with Chelsea defender Cary Cahill.

The 26-year-old former Hull and Tottenham midfielder, who won one England cap, told BBC Radio Five Live on Friday: "It's been quite sad and emotional but at...

Chelsea cruise as Willian, Giroud star ahead of Barca test

Olivier Giroud extended Chelsea's lead over Hull City in the FA Cup to 4-0 with his first goal for the club since his move from Arsenal.
The ESPN FC panel explain why they doubt the Champions League tie between Chelsea and Barcelona will be another instant classic.

LONDON -- Three thoughts on Chelsea's 4-0 win vs. Hull in the FA Cup fifth round.

1. Too easy for Chelsea

Chelsea have had precious little fun in 2018, but the good vibes were well and truly back at Stamford Bridge against Hull City.

The visitors were admittedly obliging opponents and took just 106 seconds for Kevin Stewart to give the ball away deep in his own half and Willian drove at the Hull defence, jinking onto his left foot and curling into the top corner.

ChelseaChelsea
Hull CityHull City
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From that moment Chelsea were in...