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It’s getting desperate for Burnley, Hull and West Ham at the foot of the Premiership – click here for the best relegation betting.

Uefa has banned Didier Drogba for two European matches following his sending off in Chelsea’s Champions League loss to Inter at Stamford Bridge.

The striker was shown a straight red card for stamping on Thiago Motta late in the game of the last 16 tie.

Uefa also extended Drogba’s period of probation by two years until July 2013.

The Ivory Coast striker was warned about his future conduct after last season’s Champions League semi-final defeat by Barcelona.

It’s getting desperate for Burnley, Hull and West Ham at the foot of the Premiership – click here for the best relegation betting.

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