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Chelsea v Toon Team News

Chelsea will be without versatile defender William Gallas following his sending for an awful challenge on Fulham's Heidar Helguson in Sunday's 1-0 league defeat at Craven Cottage. Spaniard Asier Del Horno likely to deputise for Gallas in the Chelsea backline. Dutch winger Arjen Robben also misses out, as he serves the third game of a four-match ban for his recent dismissal at West Bromwich Albion.

Roeder, meanwhile, has a selection dilemma in his backline following Jean-Alain Boumsong's sending off in Sunday's 3-1 home defeat to Liverpool. Titus Bramble remains sidelined with a hamstring problem and Roeder may call on fit-again Stephen Carr and summer signing Craig Moore to deputise in defence. Former Rangers man Moore has not made a first-team appearance for the Toon Army since arriving on a free transfer from Borussia Moenchengladbach last summer.

Chelsea 2/7 Draw 7/2 Newcastle United 15/2

Chelsea (from): Cech, Cudicini, Ferreira, Johnson, Terry, Huth, Carvalho, Del Horno, Makelele, Lampard, Essien, Geremi, Maniche, Gudjohnsen, J Cole, Duff, Wright-Phillips, Drogba, Crespo.

Newcastle (from): Given, Harper, Ramage, Babayaro, Moore, Elliott, Parker, Emre, Solano, N'Zogbia, Bowyer, Faye, Clark, Brittain, O'Brien, Carr, Shearer, Ameobi, Chopra, Dyer.



PREMIERSHIP YEARS: CHELSEA v NEWCASTLE

2005/2006 Sat 19 Nov Chelsea 3 - 0 Newcastle Utd. Premiership

2004/2005 Sun 15 May Newcastle Utd. 1 - 1 Chelsea Premiership
Sun 20 Feb Newcastle Utd. 1 - 0 Chelsea F.A. Cup
Sat 04 Dec Chelsea 4 - 0 Newcastle Utd. Premiership
Wed 10 Nov Newcastle Utd. 0 - 2 Chelsea League Cup
after extra time, 90 minutes 0-0

2003/2004 Sun 25 Apr Newcastle Utd. 2 - 1 Chelsea Premiership
Sun 09 Nov Chelsea 5 - 0 Newcastle Utd. Premiership

2002/2003 Sat 01 Mar Newcastle Utd. 2 - 1 Chelsea Premiership
Sat 14 Sep Chelsea 3 - 0 Newcastle Utd. Premiership

2001/2002 Sat 29 Dec Newcastle Utd. 1 - 2 Chelsea Premiership
Wed 12 Dec Chelsea 1 - 0 Newcastle Utd. League Cup
Sun 19 Aug Chelsea 1 - 1 Newcastle Utd. Premiership

2000/2001 Wed 31 Jan Chelsea 3 - 1 Newcastle Utd. Premiership
Sat 09 Sep Newcastle Utd. 0 - 0 Chelsea Premiership

1999/2000 Sun 02 Apr Chelsea 2 - 1 Newcastle Utd. F.A. Cup
played at Wembley
Sat 04 Mar Newcastle Utd. 0 - 1 Chelsea Premiership
Sat 11 Sep Chelsea 1 - 0 Newcastle Utd. Premiership

1998/1999 Sat 09 Jan Newcastle Utd. 0 - 1 Chelsea Premiership
Sat 22 Aug Chelsea 1 - 1 Newcastle Utd. Premiership

1997/1998 Sat 02 May Newcastle Utd. 3 - 1 Chelsea Premiership
Sat 27 Sep Chelsea 1 - 0 Newcastle Utd. Premiership

1996/1997 Wed 16 Apr Newcastle Utd. 3 - 1 Chelsea Premiership
Sat 23 Nov Chelsea 1 - 1 Newcastle Utd. Premiership

1995/1996 Wed 17 Jan Newcastle Utd. 2 - 2 Chelsea F.A. Cup
after extra time, 90 minutes 2-2, Chelsea won 4-2 on penalties
Sun 07 Jan Chelsea 1 - 1 Newcastle Utd. F.A. Cup
Sat 09 Dec Chelsea 1 - 0 Newcastle Utd. Premiership
Sun 24 Sep Newcastle Utd. 2 - 0 Chelsea Premiership

1994/1995 Sat 01 Apr Chelsea 1 - 1 Newcastle Utd. Premiership
Sat 10 Sep Newcastle Utd. 4 - 2 Chelsea Premiership

1993/1994 Mon 04 Apr Newcastle Utd. 0 - 0 Chelsea Premiership
Tue 28 Dec Chelsea 1 - 0 Newcastle Utd. Premiership






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Date:Wednesday March 22 2006

Time: 1:49PM

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well expect the result , but pleased with the overall commitment show , and impressed with moore when he came on , just what we need someone willing to take control and tell others where he wants them to cover , when he first signed was told by rangers players he was a far better player than boumsong , and judging by what i saw last night they were right , no great compliment i know but , hopefully hell get a run now and sure up a creaking ship
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