Premier League

Friday, 26 December 2014

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The England striker scored twice and set up the third for Robin van Persie as Louis van Gaal's men made it seven wins from their last eight Premier League matches

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The Portuguese rejected the notion that his team already has one hand on a first league title in four years but is full of praise for their quality, consistency and attitude

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Goals from John Terry and Diego Costa keep Jose Mourinho's men top of the Premier League after an utterly dominant win over a surprisingly passive Hammers side

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The Blues put in a routine showing to maintain their lead over Manchester City as Sam Allardyce's much-changed Irons team struggled to impose themselves

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Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino has a fully fit squad to chose from as the north Londoners head to the King Power Stadium. Follow all the action LIVE with Goal

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Alan Pardew will be hoping to bounce back from derby defeat to Sunderland last time out as they take on the Red Devils. Follow all the action LIVE with Goal

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Steve Bruce's struggling Tigers spent Christmas in the drop zone and are without a win in 10 games. Follow all the action LIVE with Goal

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The Swans take on Paul Lambert's men at the Liberty Stadium hoping to move closer to the European places, though the visitors will have their eye on a place in the top half

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Manuel Pellegrini's men can keep up the pressure on Chelsea with victory at the Hawthorns, and the Baggies have just one victory in seven Premier League outings

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The 19-year-old has been afforded just four starts under the new manager this season despite impressing last term, but he will not be allowed to leave Old Trafford in January

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After surrendering a two-goal lead in the 3-2 loss to fellow relegation strugglers QPR, the defender is only focussed on winning points ahead of the visit of Manchester City

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The £25 million summer signing had to wait for his debut after suffering an injury during pre-season, and once fit he initially struggled to replicate his Southampton form

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The Gunners lie sixth with 27 points - their worst return in the Premier League after 17 games - but the manager has insisted any shortcoming are simply down to injuries

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Despite a record summer outlay the Gunners are again reduced to challenging for fourth place and are in need of January reinforcements if they are to achieve their targets