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BRISTOL CITY 1-2 WOLVES - ROB STEWART AT ASHTON GATE: Wolves' Ryan Bennett scored the winner in injury-time to claim all three points against Bristol City at Ashton Gate and extend their lead at the top of the Championship to 10 points CHELSEA 5-0 STOKE - OLIVER HOLT AT STAMFORD BRIDGE: The dystopian vision of the Premier League articulated by Jamie Carragher last week, the 'joke league' where the gap between the top and the rest is embarrassingly wide, took form at Stamford Bridge in a match that was over as soon as the teamsheets whirred out of the photocopier in the press room.
A Stoke team sucked unexpectedly into a grim fight against relegation and facing a Chelsea side in fine recent form was missing most of its defence anyway due to the injury absences of Kurt Zouma, Ryan Shawcross and Bruno Martins Indi.
From Jamaica's Usain Bolt calling time on his glittering sprint career to Chelsea winning the Premier League title and the Lions Tour of New Zealand that could not be decided, there have been so many scenes of elation and despair in the last 12 months.Their beleaguered manager, Mark Hughes, also left Xherdan Shaqiri, Joe Allen and Eric Choupo-Moting on the bench, saving them, presumably, for a match he thinks they have a chance of winning, against Newcastle on New Year’s Day. EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW BY ROB DRAPER: He began with the FA Cup 50 years ago.And it is possible that next Saturday against West Bromwich Albion he may well bring to an end a lifelong love affair with the competition.After three minutes, he saw exactly why he'd been bought, a loose pass from his prospective new defensive partner Joel Matip triggering a series of mishaps that allowed Jamie Vardy to score and have Leicester dreaming of a first Anfield win since 2000.KIERAN GILL AT ALEXANDRA PALACE: Defending champion Michael van Gerwen was sensationally dumped out of the World Championship by Rob Cross - a former electrician who only turned professional this year.