Dom has signed off. Thanks for your questions and comments. We will leave you with the story of how Dani Alves reacted last night when Villarreal fans threw a banana on to the pitch as he took a corner for Barcelona:
Dani Alves has last laugh on racists as Barcelona beat Villarreal
The Brazilian full-back was preparing to take a corner at Villarreal's El Madrigal stadium when the piece of fruit landed on the pitch next to him. A nearby linesman and the home supporters were then surprised to see the Barça player peel open the banana and eat it while proceeding to take the corner.
"We have suffered this in Spain for some time," Alves said. "You have to take it with a dose of humour. We aren't going to change things easily. If you don't give it importance, they don't achieve their objective."
Simon Atkinson asks:
Interesting to read that the City team watched the Liverpool v Chelsea match before their match. It is likely that the result boosted their confidence. Is that fair?
Have Liverpool fans stopped singing "we're gonna win the league" yet? And does Rodgers failure to react to the obvious Mourinho gameplan suggest he is perhaps not a top, top manager after all?
Not strictly title race related, but having seen Ashley Cole against Atlético and Liverpool in the last week and being reminded that he still exists, would we be bonkers not to take him to Brazil? (I think so). And what do you think of his beard? (I quite like it)
I know Roman Abramovic speaks to no one, but what do you reckon he's made of the last couple of Chelsea performances? Not exactly the attacking fantasy football he wanted is it?
If Liverpool don't win the league, does Tony Pulis get manager of the year?
Apart from the irony of Chelsea scoring both their goals in time added on, could Martin Atkinson not have been more proactive by booking one of the Chelsea time-wasters early in the match to set a precedent – probably Schwarzer as he was really pushing it at various stages, even the first minute?
Were you at the PFA awards last night? What was the mood like if so?
Will Manchester City ever win the title by collecting more points than anyone else? Or are they going to win it based upon their goal difference?
Mourinho gets all the plaudits for the performance against Liverpool, but isn't it this style of play that has knocked them out of the title race with dropped points against Sunderland, Villa etc? The win at Anfield is all very well, but it surely can't make up for that!
If Manchester City do not win the title, is there any pressure on Pellegrini to be sacked?
If Liverpool don't win the league this season have they missed their chance for a number of years to come?
Do you agree that the notion of Man City being firm favourites now because of yesterday’s events is far-fetched? If I were a Liverpool supporter I would rather have the three-point lead than the game in hand with superior goal difference.
Just as Rodgers tweaked his Swansalona formula with the signing of Sturridge to something more direct his buys his summer will no doubt allow further honing – a talented bastard in the middle of the park is probably the player he really needs most of all (plus two full backs)
Is there any truth to the rumours that Eden Hazard and Samuel Eto'o have been training for the past couple of days? Also what are your thoughts of the upcoming Atlético game?
Why is defending always seen as one dimensional yet attacking inevitably seems to have four dimensions?
Why did Brendan Rodgers go all out for the win yesterday when a draw would have been fine? Didn't he realise that he was playing right in to Mourinho's hands?
Why do pundits assume that Manchester City will win the league on goal difference when Liverpool have to play Alan Pardew's abject rabble on the final day, which has the possibility of breaking the Premier League record for biggest win and becoming the first time a team has concede double figures in the Premier League era?
If Chelsea do the double, do you see Mourinho staying or going for the Manchester United gig?
Do you see any of these teams realistically dropping points in their final fixtures. If so, where?
Dominic is online and awaiting your questions
Are the Chelsea of the last few years the best reactive team of all time? I'm not stating they definitively are; I just can't think of another side in history who have been so good at setting up to play purely on the opposition's weaknesses. Part of me also thinks it's this philosophy which means Chelsea can't blow away the 'weaker' sides in the league as easily as City/Liverpool, when Chelsea are supposed to take the initiative and attack.
Also, Azpilicueta - Chelsea's player of the season? Sensational again yesterday and, in my opinion, more consistent than Hazard.
Dominic will be online from 11.15am
Good morning. Dominic will be here shortly, but in the meantime here is some of our reaction to the weekend's football:
Ten talking points from the weekend's Premier League action
Kalas unfazed at Anfield, Southampton have yet more talent of interest to Hodgson and where does Fellaini go from here?
Luis Suárez wins PFA player of the year award
Luis Suárez has won the PFA player of the year award ahead of Chelsea's Eden Hazard and Manchester City's Yaya Touré
Yaya Touré the key man as title pendulum swings away from Liverpool
Manchester City's imperious midfielder led the way again in what may prove the defining day in the Premier League title race
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