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Chelsea 2-3 Burnley: Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas see red

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Chelsea 2-3 Burnley: Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas see redOLIVER HOLT AT STAMFORD BRIDGE: Chelsea have developed a habit of summoning dark clouds from a clear blue sky and they beckoned on a deluge in the first tie in the defence of their crown.
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News video: &quot;I need formation for 10 players not 11,&quot; jokes  Conte

&quot;I need formation for 10 players not 11,&quot; jokes Conte 00:35

Antonio Conte says he needs to find a new formation for 10 players rather than 11 after Chelsea have a man sent off for the third successive game, with Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas dismissed in the defeat by Burnley.

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