Premier League

Saturday, 2 May 2015

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Goals from Jefferson Montero and Ki were enough to help Swansea towards their highest-ever Premier League finish, as the ten men of Stoke failed to take any of their half chances

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Mark Noble's 24th-minute penalty was the difference as West Ham United heaped more misery on Burnley, who had Michael Duff controversially sent off.

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Two penalties from Jordi Gomez secured a huge three points for the Black Cats in their fight for Premier League survival despite a first-half howler from Costel Pantilimon

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The Spaniard struck twice from the spot to ensure Dick Advocaat's men kept themselves alive in the battle to avoid the drop, with James Ward-Prowse dismissed for the visitors

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The hosts earned a crucial win, largely thanks to a brace from the Belgian forward, to give their survival hopes a huge boost with just three league games remaining

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Garry Monk's side earned a comfortable victory over the Potters on Saturday and remain on course to finish in the Premier League's top eight, which would be their best ever finish

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The Hammers earn just their third Premier League victory of 2015 over Sean Dyche's 10 men, who now look doomed to make an instant return to the Championship

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The 34-year-old rose highest to nod in a Coutinho corner on 87 minutes to mark his penultimate game at Anfield with a winning goal after seeing his spot-kick saved

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A late Steven Gerrard header was enough to wrap up the three points for the Reds against relegation-threatened Rangers, who had Nedum Onuoha sent off for two yellow cards

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The Newcastle manager watched his side lose their eighth game on the spin on Saturday but how does his record compare to the worst in the division's history?

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The Northern Irish boss is under pressure after a third straight season without silverware, with a group of supporters calling for his head and pleading for Rafa Benitez to return

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The Foxes took a huge step in their battle to avoid relegation, and earned a comfortable victory thanks to a brace from striker Leonardo Ulloa and a Wes Morgan header

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The Foxes eased to victory against their struggling opponents, thanks to the Argentine's brace and a Wes Morgan header, to move further away from the relegation zone

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The 33-year-old goalkeeper is due to leave Anfield at the end of his current deal this summer but Brendan Rodgers confirms that negotiations have begun over a renewal

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Chelsea are odds-on to wrap up Premier League glory by beating Crystal Palace on Sunday but their manager says that he will not be able to focus on their win for very long

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The Red Devils are only two points behind Manchester City and Arsenal with second within reach but the Spaniard says that just holding off the chasing pack would be satisfying

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The England legend is celebrating his 40th birthday and, while his playing days are well behind him, he has plenty left to achieve in transforming the American game

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The 36-year-old QPR defender asks for privacy as he, his three children and the rest of their family mourn the passing of his "soulmate" after a short battle with cancer

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Two sides fighting it out for European places meet at White Hart Lane on Sunday, with our tipster backing the Londoners to get at least a point against the out-of-form visitors