Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is still unhappy about his side's Premier League defeat at Aston Villa on Saturday.
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert has confirmed Karim El Ahmadi has escaped serious injury after he was tackled by Ramires.
Paul Lambert has hailed the consistency of Aston Villa midfielder Fabian Delph and believes he can mix it with the best.
Dermot Gallagher insists it would set a dangerous precedent if Chelsea are allowed to hand-pick referees.
Jose Mourinho has called on the Premier League to stop sending Chris Foy to Chelsea games.
The FA will look at Chris Foy's report before deciding whether to charge anybody involved in the fracas at Villa Park.
The Supplement discuss Jose Mourinho's conduct after Chelsea lost 1-0 to Aston Villa.
Paul Lambert described Ramires' challenge on Karim El Ahmadi as a 'leg-breaker' during Aston Villa's win over Chelsea.
Jamie Redknapp says Ramires' red card tackle one of the worst he's seen in Chelsea's loss at Villa.
Jose Mourinho did not want to discuss the two red cards shown to Chelsea during the 1-0 defeat at Aston Villa.
Fabian Delph hailed Aston Villa's display as they upset nine-man Chelsea 1-0 to move into the top half of the table.
Fabian Delph helped Aston Villa stun nine-man Chelsea - who also had boss Jose Mourinho sent off - with a 1-0 victory.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho refused to say too much after the defeat to Aston Villa because he didn't want to get in 'big trouble'.
Paul Lambert was delighted with the win over Chelsea and hailed it as one of his best in charge of the club.
Aston Villa goalscorer Fabian Delph was delighted with his side's performance as they beat Premier League leaders Chelsea.
Aston Villa boss Paul Lambert insists there is no grudge between him and Chelsea counterpart Jose Mourinho.
He might be past his best but Samuel Eto'o is still finding ways to be effective, writes Adam Bate.
Jamie Redknapp looks ahead to Aston Villa v Chelsea, which you can watch live on Sky Sports.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says the Premier League table isn't a true reflection of the situation, claiming Manchester City are still favourites for the title.
Chelsea's defence can win the title and Jose Mourinho's mind games are fooling no-one, says David Jones.