Premier League

Friday, 1 May 2015

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The Blues' manager believes his side, who will wrap up their first Premier League title in five years with victory over Crystal Palace on Sunday, will not dominate for seasons t...

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The West Brom boss believes that the pressure will be on his Manchester United counterpart next season, with the Red Devils expected to challenge for the title

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The Sunderland boss has not spoken to his players about the heavy defeat they suffered at St Marys in October, but believes they will not make the same mistakes on Saturday

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The 19-year-old Brazilian, who made his Premier League debut in the win over Tottenham in March, has extended his stay at Old Trafford until 2018

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Paddy Power are offering new customers the choice of big prices for the upcoming feast of football including two eye-catching trebles and Arsene Wenger's men at 7/1

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The Ivorian was substituted at half-time during Manchester City's 3-2 win over Aston Villa with a hamstring problem and is likely to miss two games

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The Dutchman believes last summer's exertions were to blame for a sluggish start to the campaign, but insists the club have now changed their plans to meet his requirements

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From Arsene Wenger to Jose Mourinho, check out the best quotes from the pre-match press conferences ahead of the weekend's Premier League action

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The Potters' signature red and white stripes continue to be the basis for the home strip while a green and black design has been chosen for next season's away strip

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The 29-year-old has shaken off a knee injury, but Luke Shaw and Jonny Evans are unavailable for Saturday's fixture at Old Trafford

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The Spain international has been limited to just 24 Premier League appearances this season and his manager is reluctant to risk him with Loic Remy fit again

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A win against Crystal Palace will see the Blues win their first league crown since 2010, while the soon-to-be-dethroned champions may take their frustrations out at White Hart Lane

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The Portuguese shut down a reporter who questioned him on the Gunners' boss' accusation that his Chelsea rival "needed to show more respect" to fellow managers

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The Gunners boss reflects positively on his team's Premier League campaign despite having never been close to pushing Jose Mourinho's men for the top-flight title

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With the club dropping to the bottom of the table after scoring once in their last eight games, the manager sees an opportunity for a reprieve against the faltering Hammers

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With Manchester United now almost certain to regain their place in the Champions League, Liverpool and Tottenham are once again set to be on the outside looking in

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The Reds manager says that there are "underlying issues" behind the England striker's nightmare season, while young full-back Jon Flanagan will be out until December