Editorial

Wednesday, January 4, 2017

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The Red Devils' recent form has unearthed a string of positives within their current squad, negating the need to spend big in the winter window

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The French legend has taken to coaching like a duck to water, and it is his influence more than Cristiano's goals that have restored the Blancos to the pinnacle of world football

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Spurs have routinely beaten the mid-table sides in the Premier League but they have been unable to get the better of their rivals - and that must change against the Blues

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The Gunners showed great character to come from three goals down against Bournemouth, but questions will once again be asked over whether they have enough to win the title

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The Gunners managed to pull off a spectacular second-half comeback as they fought from 3-0 down to leave the Vitality Stadium with a well-deserved and hard-earned point

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

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The Red Devils were far from their best at the London Stadium, but their manager's changes helped to secure a sixth straight Premier League win

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The Catalan made changes at half-time against Burnley to ensure his 10 men picked up an important victory, but there is a sense not everybody is behind him

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Jermain Defoe scores two penalties to secure a point for the Black Cats as they rally twice from behind against Jurgen Klopp's men at the Stadium of Light.

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Enner Valencia came off the bench to score his first Toffees goal as Ronald Koeman gets a win over his former side, with Leighton Baines and Romelu Lukaku adding to the lead late

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Sergio Aguero came off the substitutes' bench to score what would prove to be the winning goal to make sure that his side started 2017 with a much-needed victory

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Goal took in the action at the Hawthorns, where the hosts continued their fine form, making it four wins from five as corners were the undoing of the Tigers again

Monday, January 2, 2017

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The North-East outfit and Claudio Ranieri's men play out a goalless draw in their Premier League clash at the Riverside Stadium as neither produce a moment of quality.

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An outstanding scorpion kick by Olivier Giroud was followed by a second-half Alex Iwobi header to send the Gunners back above Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City and into third

Sunday, January 1, 2017

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Two goals each for Harry Kane and Dele Alli helped guide Mauricio Pochettino's side to a fourth consecutive league victory that has sent them up to third place in the table

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Anthony Martial and Paul Pogba score late goals to hand the Red Devils a comeback win over Aitor Karanka's men after Grant Leadbitter opened the scoring at Old Trafford.

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The Blues stretched their winning run after a battle with a powerful Stoke City side at Stamford Bridge as they prepare to take on their biggest rivals in the New Year