England

Sunday 3 May 2015

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Didier Drogba features at the head of the Blues' attack in place of the injured Diego Costa, with Loic Remy on the bench, but Ramires has been injured in the pre-match training

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Beating Crystal Palace on Sunday will secure the Portuguese's eighth league title in 12 seasons across four countries but he insists this one is as special as any

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The England midfielder has been plagued by niggling ankle problems throughout his career and has been limited to just nine appearances in the Premier League in 2014-15

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Brendan Rodgers insists his side will pay tribute to Chelsea if they win the title against Crystal Palace on Sunday but the Portuguese thinks the gesture is artificial

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The Red Devils fell to a disappointing 1-0 defeat to West Brom at Old Trafford on Saturday and the Dutchman concedes he cannot simply halt the club's current malaise

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The Saints fell to a 2-1 defeat to struggling Sunderland at the Stadium of Light and the Dutchman was left baffled by his side's display against Dick Advocaat's men

Saturday 2 May 2015

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The Spaniard was disappointed that his side could not match the intensity that saw them thrash Louis van Gaal's side at Goodison Park against Tim Sherwood's men

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The Argentine has had a disappointing first season at Manchester United and his manager has cast doubt on his future at the club just one year after he joined from Real Madrid

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Louis van Gaal's men dominated the game against the Baggies at Old Trafford but could not break a resolute away defence down as they escaped with all three points

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Disgruntled fans arranged for a plane to be flown over Anfield during the club's clash with QPR, but the Northern Irishman laughed off the stunt in his post-match press conference

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Newcastle's terrible form continued, racking up their eighth straight defeat, while the Aston Villa frontman maintained his terrific scoring form against Everton

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The struggling Hoops fell to a 2-1 defeat to Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday and now sit seven points adrift of safety with just three games of the season still to play

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The Black Cats ran out 2-1 winners over Southampton on Saturday, and the Dutchman believes his players have their destiny in their own hands ahead of the final weeks of the season

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The former Arsenal striker says West Bromwich Albion would have been happy to see the strike duo playing in midfield at Old Trafford as they ran out 1-0 winners on Saturday

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The Hammers boss claimed that Burnley were very unlucky to have the veteran defender sent off, while Sean Dyche revealed that he was amazed by the referee's decision

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Expectations were at their highest since Sir Alex Ferguson's days after the enthralling victory against Manchester City but three defeats have followed and questions remain

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The Aston Villa boss praised the 25-year-old and revealed that he believes the England international is, on current form, the greatest player across the entire nation

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The Red Devils failed to score for the third game in a row as they slipped to defeat to the Baggies but their manager says they must be more clinical in front of goal

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The Baggies earned all three points at Old Trafford, with Chris Brunt's free-kick deflecting off Jonas Olsson and beating David De Gea, while Robin van Persie had a penalty saved