Fabregas scores in three straight Premier League games for first time in seven years

The Frenchman will sit out a match at Stamford Bridge that could leave the Blues one win from the Premier League title and relegate Middlesbrough

Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has scored in three straight league home matches for the first time since 2010.

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The Spaniard converted Eden Hazard's near-post cross five minutes into Chelsea's Premier League match against Crystal Palace Saturday, giving his side an early lead.

The goal meant Fabregas achieved the feat for the first time sinceMarch 2010, when he was an Arsenal player.

Fabregas also scored against Arsenal on February 4, before netting against Swansea at Stamford Bridge on February 25. Overallhe has four league goals for the season, and six in all competitions.

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