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Four Chelsea matches selected for TV

first_imgFour of Chelsea’s Premier League matches in December and January have been rescheduled after being selected for live television coverage, including the trip to face Manchester United.The match at Old Trafford on Monday 28 December will now kick off at 5.30pm and will be shown on BT Sport.The home match against Bournemouth on Saturday 5 December will now kick off at 5.30pm and be shown live on Sky Sports, who will also screen Chelsea’s away match against Leicester.The game against the Foxes was originally scheduled for Saturday 12 December and has been moved Monday 14 December with an 8pm kick-off time.Sky Sports will also screen Chelsea’s away game against Crystal Palace – who won at Stamford Bridge earlier this season.That London derby will now take place on Sunday 3 January with a 1.30pm kick-off.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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Half-time: Porto 1 Chelsea 1

first_imgWillian’s stunning free-kick seconds before the half-time whistle hauled Chelsea level in their Champions League Group G clash.Their defensive shortcomings were evident again when Andre Andre netted for Porto six minutes before the break.Branislav Ivanovic, who has attracted criticism this season, was again at fault. Yacine Brahimi went past him, and Asmir Begovic produced a fine save to keep out the Algerian’s shot only for to Andre to follow up to score.Chelsea were the better side for much of the first half and Porto keeper Iker Casillas denied Pedro after the Spaniard had been found by Willian’s fine pass.Earlier, Casillas pushed away a shot from Cesc Fabregas after good work on the left by Diego Costa, who has caused the home defence major problems.At the other end, Vincent Aboubakar fired high and wide and then appealed in vain for a penalty following a challenge Ivanovic.Porto’s goal was somewhat against the run of play but their lead was cancelled out in emphatic fashion by Willian’s cracking strike.Eden Hazard and Nemanja Matic are on the Chelsea bench along with John Terry after being left out by boss Jose Mourinho, who gave starting places to John Mikel Obi and Ramires.Chelsea: Begovic; Ivanovic, Zouma, Cahill, Azpilicueta; Mikel, Fabregas; Willian, Ramires, Pedro; Costa.Subs: Blackman, Baba Rahman, Terry, Matic, Loftus-Cheek, Hazard, Kenedy.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

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Happy 17th birthday Geocaching.com! What else happened on this day?

first_imgToday, September 2, 2017, marks Geocaching.com’s 17th birthday. Woohoo! (You’re lookin’ good — you’ve only gotten better with age!). But what else happened on this day in history?Here are 17 events that also happened on September 2nd. Queen Cleopatra VII declares her son, Ptolemy XV Caesarion, as co-ruler of Egypt, 44 BC.Ptolemy XV Caesarion2. Great Britain adopts the Gregorian calendar, nearly two centuries after most of Western Europe, 1752.Great Britain adopts the Gregorian calendar3. First bank robbery in the US: Bank of Pennsylvania robbed of $162,821, 1798.The other kind of cash4. A solar superstorm — known as the Carrington Event — affects electrical telegraph service, 1859.Solar superstorm5. Telegraph service between Germany and United States begins, 1900.Telegraphs around the world6. The first science fiction film, A Trip to the Moon, is released, 1902.Trip to the Moon7. Henri Rousseau, French post-impressionist painter dies, 1910.Henri Rousseau8. Margaret Mitchell, American author of Gone with the Wind marries Red Berrien Upshaw, 1922.Clark Gable reads Gone with the Wind9. First transatlantic round trip air flight is completed, 1936.Vrooooom10. Academy copyrights Oscar statuette, 1941.Oscar11. Dr. F. John Lewis 1st uses deep freeze technique in heart surgery, 1952.<312. Keanu Reeves, star of The Matrix and Speed was born, 1964.You take the red pill, you stay in Wonderland13. First automatic teller machine (ATM) is installed in New York, 1969.ATM14. German runner, Renate Stecher, runs 100m European female record (11.07 sec), 1972.Renate Stecher15. British writer, J. R. R. Tolkien, author of The Lord of the Rings dies, 1973.J. R. R. Tolkien16. British runner, Graham Salmon, set world’s record for 100 meters by a blind man, 1978.Graham Salmon17. Geocaching.com founded in Seattle, Washington, 2000.Bryan, Jeremy, and Elias18. Earth’s trees number just over 3 trillion according to study in Nature by Thomas Crowther of Yale University, 2015.Breathe easy! SharePrint RelatedInside Geocaching HQ Transcript (Episode 30): GIFFOctober 11, 2019In "GIFF"PROJECT GeoGames 2012 - A Lackey's JourneyJuly 24, 2012In "Community"Geocaching.com Co-Founder Celebrates Ten Years of Geo-LoveNovember 18, 2011In "Community"center_img Share with your Friends:Morelast_img read more