England

Saturday 18 October 2014

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The former Manchester United man struck the only goal of the game late in the second half to give the beleaguered Magpies boss his first win of the 2014-15 season

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The Argentina international scored four goals as the Premier League champions closed the gap on Chelsea at the top of the table with a 4-1 victory over Tottenham

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A bizarre own-goal from Vergini set the tone for an astonishing game as the Saints tore the Black Cats apart with a remarkable first win over the club since 2003

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Danny Welbeck's late equaliser salvaged a point for the Gunners but it masked what was a poor display and almost a damaging loss to Steve Bruce's well-equipped side

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Steve Bruce's side were moments away from a shock victory at the Emirates, but the England international maintained his good form with a late goal for Arsene Wenger's side

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Goals from Jagielka, Lukaku and Coleman give the Toffees their first home league win of the campaign as Villa fail to find the back of the net for the fourth game running.

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The two Irons strikers netted against Sean Dyche's newly-promoted side, while summer signing Diafra Sakho netted for the sixth consecutive game in the victory at Turf Moor

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Oscar provided the inspiration with a sublime free-kick and an assist for Cesc Fabregas as the Blues maintained their unbeaten start despite Cesar Azpilicueta's red card

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The Spain international netted his side's second goal at Selhurst Park, with Oscar grabbing the opener, as the Blues took all three points away from south London

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The hosts have been simply awful in 2014-15 - tormenting fans with their dodgy defence and toothless attacking - as they continue to search for the first league win of the season

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The hosts beat the Blues 1-0 in last season's corresponding fixture - can Jose Mourinho's men continue their Premier League hot streak?

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The Gunners ended a nine-year trophy drought by beating the Tigers at Wembley, but needed extra-time to clinch victory after Saturday's visitors scored two early goals

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With victories at Stoke City and Liverpool under their belt already, Paul Lambert's side have impressed on their travels, while the Toffees can boast just one win this season

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The newly promoted side are still without a win this season and boast just three goals scored - can they turn their form around?

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A stunning start to 2014-15 from the Saints have seen them make a mockery of some people's relegation predictions and they will be aiming for another win against the Mackems

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The Argentina international striker ran riot as the Premier League champions routed Mauricio Pochettino's Spurs side at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday afternoon

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The Spain striker played two matches in Euro 2016 qualifying and although he was given some time off by Blues manager Jose Mourinho upon his return he is not fit enough to feature

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The 36-year-old midfielder was stretchered off in his side's clash with Tottenham at the Etihad Stadium and now looks set for a prolonged period on the sidelines