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Chelsea vs Swansea and Reading vs QPR Match Highlights [VIDEO]

frank lampard Chelsea vs Swansea and Reading vs QPR Match Highlights [VIDEO]

In today’s matches, Chelsea played Swansea City with the Blues wanting to get all three points in order to try to get closer to securing a top four finish and UEFA Champions League qualification. Against a Swansea City side that saw the return of left back Neil Taylor who had a near-season long injury, could Chelsea win at home?

Putting it nicely, Reading against Queens Park Rangers felt like a funeral. Two sides couldn’t hit a barn door and missed several chances. And the only way it seemed that a goal was going to be scored was if there was a deflection or simple error. As a result of the scoreline, both teams were relegated today.

Here are the highlights from today’s matches played on Premier League, gameweek 35 (April 28, 2013).

Chelsea vs Swansea City

Reading vs Queens Park Rangers

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2 Responses to Chelsea vs Swansea and Reading vs QPR Match Highlights [VIDEO]

  1. San Franciscan says:

    There were highlights for the Reading vs. QPR match?

  2. Zeit says:

    Mata was not spectacular today. He;s losing steam and strength. His strikes at goal are very weak. Rafa could have changed him in the 2nd half with Marin. The players create good scoring opportunities but fail to take their chances.

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