Football: WIN OR BUST; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE BOLTON V CHELSEA TODAY, KICK-OFF 3PM We Can't Let the Gap Get Any Bigger, Says ASHLEY COLE

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Football: WIN OR BUST; BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE BOLTON V CHELSEA TODAY, KICK-OFF 3PM We Can't Let the Gap Get Any Bigger, Says ASHLEY COLE


Byline: By RALPH ELLIS

IT'S the ground where Chelsea staged a title-winning party in 2005. But Ashley Cole says anything but a win today will make Bolton the scene of a Premier League wake.

The England star admits the turmoil of the first two months of the season has left the club in the Last Chance Saloon already.

Cole said: "I'd like to say it's early days still, but the truth is if we don't win on Sunday it's going to be really hard to win the League.

"You look at the other contenders - Arsenal are playing well, Manchester United I don't think have hit top form yet but are still up there, and Liverpool are there too. So we know we have to do better in our games if we want to have any chance of it.

"Of course you are never going to say it's impossible to get a big gap back, but it will be really tough if we let it get much more.

"I know at Arsenal one year we overhauled eight or 10 points on Manchester United, and last season we got United back to three points when they had been way in front of us before we mucked it up - so it's possible, of course it is.

"But, especially with the international break coming, we want to give ourselves a boost now and make sure we're still in touch.

"We are still confident in our ability, don't worry about that, and if we play like we did in Valencia and fight for each other we are confident we can pick up points away from home and at home as well. …

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