Premier League

Saturday, 6 February 2016

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A 1-0 victory over the Hornets leaves Spurs second in the table but infuential playmaker Christian Eriksen is not about to get carried away just yet

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The Saints' win over West Ham impressed Ronald Koeman, but the Dutch boss was less than happy with Victor Wanyama after the midfield destroyer was sent off again

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The Old Trafford legend says the players need to take responsibility for what happens on the pitch and move the ball quickly, instead of aiming to maintain possession

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Former England boss Steve McClaren is convinced Newcastle will pull clear of trouble after their 1-0 win over West Brom in the Premier League on Saturday

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Quique Sanchez Flores thinks Tottenham can go on to lift the Premier League title after their impressive win at home to Watford on Saturday

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After being filmed jigging at a concert in midweek, Toffees boss Roberto Martinez was ready to throw some more shapes following their third consecutive three-goal triumph

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The England striker has been rewarded for his fine form this season with a new contract that extends his stay at the King Power Stadium by an extra year

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A first-half strike from Maya Yoshida proved to be the lethal blow for the Hammers, as Ronald Koeman's ten men battled their way closer to a European finish

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The Aston Villa striker got on the scoresheet in an important 2-0 win against Norwich City and criticised the media after the match for linking him with a January departure

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The Saints were forced to play almost the whole of the second period with 10 men but still managed to claim all three points against Slaven Bilic's in-form Hammers

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The first walkout in Liverpool history took place at Anfield on Saturday and the home players may as well have left too after throwing away a two-goal lead

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A number of supporters left Anfield in the 77th minute during the 2-2 draw against Sunderland to express their anger with proposed new prices in the redeveloped main stand

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The Italian was thrilled with his side's victory as they extended their lead at the top of the table and feels that the top flight is a "crazy league" this season

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The Chilean's title hopes took a big blow at the Etihad as Claudio Ranieri's men ran out comfortable winners and the Chilean says his side can have no excuses for their defeat

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The Foxes are five points clear at the top of the Premier League table and their talisman has urged them to maintain their momentum as they prepare to face Arsenal next

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Spurs have leapfrogged Manchester City and are five points behind leaders Leicester - do Mauricio Pochettino's side have what it takes to claim a first title since 1961?

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Scott Dann secured Crystal Palace's first point of 2016 and ended a run of five consecutive defeats, as they pegged Swansea City back to a 1-1 draw at the Liberty Stadium