England

Saturday 18 April 2015

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The Potters steal all three points at home to Southampton as Charlie Adam nets in the final minutes after Morgan Schneiderlin and Mame Biram Diouf both score

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James Morrison and Craig Gardner downed the Eagles to end a run of three straight defeats for the visitors as the Baggies boss made a winning return to Selhurst Park

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Ross Barkley saw an early penalty saved before a tale of two red cards; one given and one not as the Belgian escaped with a booking while Ashley Barnes was dismissed

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Kevin Mirallas scored the only goal, after Ross Barkley missed an earlier penalty, but was lucky to avoid being sent off while Ashley Barnes was dismissed in first-half added time

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The England captain drops to a deeper role due to the injury absence of Michael Carrick while the Ivorian keeps his place as Loic Remy remains sidelined

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Danny Welbeck, who scored the winner in the quarter-final at Old Trafford against Manchester United, has been given the nod over the in-form Frenchman up front

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Tony Pulis is set for a hero's welcome when returns to Selhurst Park a year after saving the Eagles from relegation but his current club's form will be of greater concern

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The visitors are desperate for a positive result after a run of one win in 11 Premier League games but the Toffees have claimed 10 points from their last four outings

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Nigel Pearson's men have boosted their hopes of avoiding relegation with back-to-back wins and could conceivably move out of the bottom three with a win over the Swans

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The Saints can move to within two points of fourth-placed Manchester City but must arrest a three-match winless run away from home at the Britannia Stadium

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The Belgium international has been nominated for both the senior and the young Player of the Year prizes this season and has now been hailed by the Blues manager

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A number of home supporters are set to snub Sunday's encounter at St. James' Park to rally against Mike Ashley as both sides go in search of a much-needed victory

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The Spanish midfielder, who is currently injured, is set to extend his stay at the club, insisting that he will spend little time negotiating with the club's powerbrokers

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With the Premier League champions in poor form and faced with a host of injuries, the Chilean is keen for his side to show togetherness against the Hammers on Sunday

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COMMENT: The Chelsea boss once looked set to step into the void left by Sir Alex Ferguson but instead welcomes his mentor, Louis van Gaal, to Stamford Bridge on Saturday

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The Etihad Stadium outfit have slipped 12 points behind the Blues in the race for the Premier League title, but the Portuguese feels the criticism they have received is unfair

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The former England captain is available again after a three-match suspension for a stamp on Manchester United's Ander Herrera as he looks to sign off with silverware

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The 31-year-old has struggled to replicate last season's dominant displays but the Chilean insists that the Ivorian midfielder remains a key part of his squad

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The Spurs striker has scored 19 Premier League goals in his first full campaign in the top flight, and his boss feels he should be handed the end-of-season prize

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Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has been tracking the 25-year-old for some time and has sanctioned a bid for the £20m-rated midfielder