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Chelsea march on, Tottenham stuck in a rut

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LONDON (Reuters) - Chelsea notched a sixth successive Premier League win as they beat Crystal Palace 2-0 to move into second spot, but stuttering Tottenham Hotspur’s winless run continued as they were held to a draw at home by Sheffield United on Saturday.

While Sheffield United sit proudly in the top six, Tottenham - Champions League finalists in June - are stuck in 12th spot, without a league win since September.



Newcastle United claimed a second successive win as they beat Bournemouth 2-1 to climb into mid-table.



Goals by Tom Davies and Richarlison gave Everton their first away win of the season to leave Southampton stuck in the bottom three.

After their breathless midweek 4-4 home draw with Ajax Amsterdam in the Champions League, Frank Lampard’s Chelsea side enjoyed a rather more straightforward day against Palace.

Burnley crushed West Ham United 3-0 to pile the pressure on Hammers boss Manuel Pellegrini, but Everton’s Marco Silva finally found some cheer as his side won 2-1 at Southampton.

“The reality is that for different reasons we are not showing the performances that we expect,” Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino said after the match.
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