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Chelsea earned their first away win of the season after beating Tottenham Hotspur with goals from Taylor-Crossdale and Hudson-Odoi. This result means the Blues remain on the bottom of the table, level on points with Sunderland, Swansea and Spurs and with a game in hand.

Next week Chelsea will face Premier League 2 leaders Liverpool at home, in a crucial game for Joe Edwards as Chelsea development squad needs more consistency to move up the table following a slow start to the season.

Scorers: Taylor-Crossdale 2′, 53′; Hudson-Odoi 90’+2′ (CHE) Harrison 11′; Sterling 90’+4′ (TOT)

CHELSEA – Jamie Cumming; Reece James, Trevoh Chalobah, Jake Clarke-Salter (C), Josh Grant; Ruben Sammut, Kyle Scott; Harvey St Clair, Jacob Maddox (Luke McCormick 67′), Callum Hudson-Odoi; Martell Taylor-Crossdale (Cole Dasilva 89′)

TOTTENHAM – Alfie Whiteman, George Marsh, Keanan Bennetts (Christian Maghoma 62′), Oliver Skipp, Japhet Tanganga, Brooklyn Lyons-Foster, Shilow Tracey, Luke Amos (C), Shayon Harrison, Marcus Edwards (Kazaiah Sterling 75′), Erik Lamela (Joe Pritchard 61′)

UNDER 18 – Chelsea remain in top of the table after getting a crucial home win against Brighton, thanks to a free-kick from Billy Gilmour (who had already trained with the Rangers first-team before joining the Blues in May) with 10′ left to go.

CHELSEA – Nicolas Tie; Tariq Lamptey, Marc Guehi, Marcel Lavinier, Jon Panzo; Jonathan Russell (Tino Anjorin 66′), Billy Gilmour, Conor Gallagher (c), George McEachran; Daishawn Redan, Charlie Brown (Juan Castillo)

BRIGHTON – Tom McGill, Hamish Morrison, Mamadou Kone, Tareq Shihab, Ben Clark-Eden, Hayden Roberts, Isaac Hutchinson, Jordan Araujo (Teddy Hoare 64′), Stefan Ljubicic (Charlie Ferguson 78′), Dan Cashman (Ryan Longman 67′), Alex Cochrane


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Chelsea development squad are still unbeaten in the Premier League 2 after three games.

The Blues got a 1-1 draw against last season’s champions Manchester United today; Kyle Scott scored the opener but the Red Devils managed to level the game after a Joseph Colley‘s own goal, which cancelled out the opener with only 5’ left to go.


Scott 45+1, Colley (OG) 85

Chelsea (3-4-2-1) Bradley Collins; Trevoh Chalobah, Joseph Colley, Fikayo Tomori ; Dujon Sterling, Kyle Scott, Charlie Colkett, Jay Dasilva; Josimar Quintero (Isaac Christie-Davies 73), Mason Mount (Charlie Wakefield 89); Dominic Solanke (Ike Ugbo 30)
Unused subs
 Jared Thompson, Mukhtar Ali

Manchester United (4-2-3-1) Sam Johnstone; Sadiq El Fitouri, Regan Poole, Axel Tuanzebe, Joe Riley; Devonte Redmond, Scott McTominay (Tosin Kehinde 35); Demetri Mitchell (Charlie Scott 77), Josh Harrop (Ethan Hamilton 82), James Weir (c), Matthew Willock
Unused subs 
Dean Henderson, Josh Doughty

Bookings McTominay, Scott

Referee Adam Bromley

Crowd 2,119

Chelsea are in the middle of the table with 5 points, following the 1-1 draw in the season’s opener and the emphatic performance to beat Liverpool 4-1 on Monday.

Here’s the full Premier League 2 table:

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