The match had a lively start, Dominic Calvert-Lewin hitting the post for Everton while Eden Hazard fired against the side netting.
Chelsea took the lead on 66 minutes through a superb strike from Pedro while Gary Cahill doubled the lead 13 minutes later when he bundled in from close range.
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Victory was sealed four minutes from time when substitute Willian slotted the ball into the net to leave Chelsea four points clear of second-placed Tottenham Hotspur, who defeated Arsenal 2-0 later on Sunday.
Everton remain in seventh, two points behind Arsenal having played three matches more.