Didier Drogba talks Chelsea, Mourinho, life in the MLS, the best teams he has played against and who will win this season's title...
Chelsea legend Didier Drogba has backed his "friend" Petr Cech to win the Premier League title with Arsenal this season.
Paul Merson says Man Utd won't beat Leicester on Saturday Night Football, but tips Man City and Arsenal to bounce back with wins.
Kurt Zouma will be at the heart of Chelsea's defence for many years to come, says former Blues defender Paul Elliot.
The number of Premier League players considered among the world's best has halved in just three years.
All the latest transfer news as champions Chelsea reportedly plot a summer swoop for Tottenham striker Harry Kane.
Mauricio Pochettino says Harry Kane's future is at Tottenham after watching the forward secure Europa League progress for his side.
Man City? Arsenal? Barcelona? We look at where Pep Guardiola may end up ahead of showdown talks with Bayern Munich.
Sky Sports can announce the shortlists for the PFA Fans' Player of the Month awards for November! Vote now...
Ahead of an important round of Premier League fixtures, we take a look at 10 questions that could be answered by Sunday night.
Jamie Vardy is not the favourite for the Premier League Golden Boot, while Wayne Rooney's odds are drifting badly.
It's been competitive and captivating, but has this been the most exciting start to a Premier League season ever?
Chelsea legend Didier Drogba will be the very special guest on Goals on Sunday this week.
The numbers behind Willian's free-kick heroics for Chelsea this season. Is he the best?
Here's what Man Utd, Chelsea and Arsenal must do to join Man City in the Champions League last 16...
Dynamo Kiev will play two matches behind closed doors following crowd trouble and racism against Chelsea last month.
Chelsea's spirits are high for Sunday's derby with Tottenham after back-to-back wins, says Gary Cahill.
Chelsea moved to the top of Group G with a comfortable 4-0 win over Maccabi Tel Aviv in the Champions League.
Jose Mourinho downplayed a spat with Diego Costa during Chelsea's win over Maccabi Tel Aviv, saying they made up with "kisses and cuddles".
Jose Mourinho blamed the "dangerous pitch" at the Sammy Ofer Stadium after injuries suffered by John Terry and Ramires.