England

Saturday 23 August 2014

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The Hammers survived a second-half scare and Marouane Chamakh's goal to triumph at Selhurst Park with strikes from Mauro Zarate, Stewart Downing and Carlton Cole

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Fine margins prevented new boy Ideye Brown from giving the Baggies all three points on the South Coast, as both sides huffed and puffed their way to a share of the spoils.

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Garry Monk's side managed to hang on to beat the Clarets and continue their winning start to the season, with Nathan Dyer's goal proving enough to secure all three points

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The Spain international continued a fine start up front for the Blues while Didier Drogba came on to make his return to the club in a comfortable win at Stamford Bridge

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Goals from Diego Costa and Eden Hazard ensured that Jose Mourinho's men preserve their 100 per cent start to the season despite suffering a scare against a spirited Foxes side

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The Saints were impressive in defeat as they lost to Liverpool on the opening weekend but they could not build on that fine performance, drawing a blank against the Baggies

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The Liberty Stadium side defeated Manchester United in their opening fixture and continued their winning form with a battling win over Sean Dyche's newly-promoted men

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The Magpies were held to a 0-0 draw by Aston Villa on Saturday after being beaten by Manchester City but, despite Emmanuel Riviere's early struggles, the manager is calm

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The Villans boss saw his side battle to a 0-0 draw with Newcastle on home soil but believes that they will improve once their Belgian striker is back to finish their chances

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Ronald Koeman's side were unfortunate to lose to Liverpool last weekend and will be eager to get their first points of the season against the Baggies

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Both sides will be eager to bounce back from defeat on the opening weekend of the Premier League in this all-London affair

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Jose Mourinho's title favourites host the Premier League newcomers in their first match at Stamford Bridge of the new season

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Garry Monk's men will be buoyed by their opening day victory over Manchester United ahead of their clash with the Premier League newcomers

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Mike Williamson let down his fellow members of the centre-backs' union with his late red card, with Fabrizio Collocini and Ron Vlaar particularly impressing at Villa Park

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New Magpies signing Remy Cabella fluffed his lines in a busy but low-quality stalemate at Villa Park, with the central defender given his marching orders at the death

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The Red Devils got off to a poor start to their Premier League season - losing 2-1 to Swansea - but the former left-back believes the Dutchman will get it right at Old Trafford

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The 56-year-old left Selhurst Park by mutual consent two days before his former club's opening Premier League fixture but insists that he is not considering a surprise comeback

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The former Norwich City midfielder is officially due to be out of action but, factoring in rehabilitation, his new manager doubts that he will play before pre-season

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The Old Trafford giants have already acquired Ander Herrera, Luke Shaw and Marcos Rojo this summer but the Dutchman has hinted that further signings could yet be made