Hoops 1-2 for drop after shock victory over Blues

CHELSEA have drifted to 16-1 with BetVictor to win the Premier League after they were stunned by fellow Londoners QPR in a painful 1-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge.

QPR’s hopes of avoiding relegation received a huge boost after Shaun Wright-Phillips scored a late goal and they are out to 1-2 with Hills for the drop.

The Hoops had been rated 2-9 shots for relegation and 14-1 for victory before the match.

Everton’s terrific record of coming from behind to win continued when they recovered from a goal down to beat Newcastle 2-1.

Liverpool moved up to eighth after comfortably seeing off Sunderland 3-0 at Anfield.

The Reds have won six of their last eight games and Luis Suarez (15 goals) bagged a brace to stay in hot pursuit of Robin van Persie (16) in the Golden Boot race.

Match in Focus

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Atl Madrid v Sevilla

Home Win Draw Away Win
Key stats
  • Sevilla haven't conceded a league goal since the 35th minute of their opening game
Expert verdict
Sevilla have made the most of a soft sequence of early-season fixtures, winning their last four league games to nil, but bookmakers expect that fine run to end at Atletico Madrid's new stadium. However, Atleti limped to a 1-0 win over Malaga in their first game at their new home and it will surely be a less intimidating venue than their old fortress at the Vicente Calderon.

 

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