Chelsea ended a run of six league games without a win against Everton in a routine 3-1 success at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea dominated throughout and deserved their two-goal interval lead, both from headers.
Ashley Cole's floated cross was headed home by Daniel Sturridge on the half-hour mark, and the lead was doubled in first half-injury time as Blues skipper John Terry bundled home a Frank Lampard free kick on his 350th appearance for the Londoners.
The game was wrapped up on the hour mark as Juan Mata set up the chance for Ramires to finish from close range.
The only disappointment for Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas will be the Blues negligence at the back, as they have now gone seven games without keeping a clean sheet, their worst run since September 2003.
Referee: Mike Jones
Venue: Stamford Bridge
Yellow cards: Fellaini (EVE), Baines (EVE), Cole (CHE), Sturridge (CHE)