Jose Mourinho has won his first trophy in his second stint at Stamford Bridge thanks to Chelsea's 2-0 win over Tottenham in the Capital One Cup final.
On an afternoon of heavy rain at Wembley the Blues suffered an early scare when Christian Eriksen struck the cross bar from a 25-yard free-kick, but after that it was relatively straightforward for Mourinho's men.
John Terry - matched at 29.028/1 to score first - gave Chelsea the lead just before half time when Willian's free-kick fell to his feet before slamming the ball home. The 1-0 Half Time score was matched at 9.617/2.
And in a second half of few chances it was Diego Costa's deflected effort from a narrow angle that effectively sealed the tie.
Chelsea were matched at 2.226/5 In-Play to win the game and at 7.26/1 throughout the season to win the Capital One Cup. The 2-0 Correct Score was matched at 10.519/2.
In today's Premier League action the race to finish inside the top four warmed considerably thanks to wins for Liverpool and Arsenal this afternoon and Manchester United on Saturday.
In taking another valuable three points Liverpool also dealt Manchester City's title hopes a huge blow thanks to the 2-1 scoreline.
Jordan Henderson put the Reds in front early in the first half with a superb curling shot into the top corner but Edin Dzeko equalised 15 minutes later courtesy of an excellent team goal.
Henderson was matched at [24.] to score the first goal of the game, while the 1-1 Half Time was matched at 10.09/1.
Brendan Rodgers' men were dominant in the second period and with 15 minutes of the game remaining they got their reward thanks to a stunning long range effort from in-form Philippe Coutinho.
The Reds hit a high of 4.94/1 in the Match Odds market with the 2-1 Correct Score being matched at 14.5.
Arsenal bounced back from their midweek Champions League loss with a comfortable, in unspectacular, win over struggling Everton.
The Gunners were matched at a high of 1.794/5 to win the game and had goals from Olivier Giroud - backed at 6.86/1 in the First Goalscorer market - and Tomas Rosicky to thank for the victory. The 2-0 Correct Score was matched at 10.09/1.
The win took Arsenal up to third in the table, one point ahead of United and three ahead of Liverpool. Southampton have dropped to sixth in the table with Tottenham, who have a game in hand, a further two points adrift.
In the Top 4 Finish market Arsene Wenger's men can be backed at 1.251/4, ahead of Man United at 1.9520/21, Liverpool at 2.265/4, Spurs at 6.25/1, and Saints at 8.07/1.
Meanwhile in the Premier League Winner market Man City are out to 8.615/2 following today's loss - Chelsea remain the strong 1.171/6 favourites.