Saturday, August 29, 2015

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The Saints have enjoyed a rapid rise to the Premier League, even competing in the Europa League this season, and the Canaries boss has been impressed by his counterparts

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The Dutchman was beaten by the Welsh side in his first game in charge and was then defeated at the Liberty Stadium, and will hope to exorcise those demons on Sunday

Friday, August 28, 2015

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The former Potters boss will return to his old stomping ground for the first time as an opposition manager, though the match may be overshadowed by Saido Berahino's future

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Manuel Pellegrini's side have enjoyed an unbeaten start to the Premier League season, though the Hornets are also yet to taste defeat and the Spaniard is confident

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Spurs have failed to take a victory from their opening three matches, against Manchester United, Stoke City and Leicester, and face a stern test against the Toffees

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The Hammers have not defeated the Reds at Anfield since 1963 but the former Croatia manager insists that his side will not be overawed by the occasion this weekend

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The former Manchester City winger scored a hat-trick in a League Cup tie against Notts County in midweek and is eager to repeat his exploits in the Premier League

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The Blues won the Premier League title at a canter last season and the former Newcastle United manager believes they have recruited from a position of strength this summer

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The hosts will hope to back up last weekend's draw at Manchester United with another good performance against the misfiring Gunners

Thursday, August 27, 2015

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The teenager is wary of the growing strength of competition for European qualification in the Premier League, especially with Saints losing Morgan Schneiderlin and Nathaniel Clyne

Tuesday, August 25, 2015

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The England international admits there is a need for the Red Devils to bounce back after their Newcastle frustration but believes his team-mates will re-find their scoring touch...

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Quique Sanchez Flores' men have been held to goalless draws in each of their last two Premier League matches but their defence is greatly improved from last season

Monday, August 24, 2015

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Tony Pulis' men remain winless three games into the Premier League season and will likely again be without Saido Berahino, who saw a transfer request rejected on Monday

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Alan Pardew's men are riding high in the Premier League after two wins from their opening three matches and are heavy favourites to dispatch Micky Mellon's men at Selhurst Park

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The Villans were dumped out in the second round of the League Cup by Leyton Orient this time last season and will want to avoid a similar fate against the League Two club

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Leonardo Jardim's team have home advantage but face a tough task if they are to qualify for the group stages of the Champions League, although an away goal gives them hope

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Alex Neil's side have made a solid start to life back in the Premier League and now take on a team with whom they twice drew 1-1 in the Championship last season

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The Black Cats are favourites for their League Cup second-round tie but have started the season in poor form, conceding eight goals in three Premier League games

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The Shakers manager was alarmed by abuse from three fans after a draw at Gresty Road on Saturday but the Foxes come into their League Cup encounter in much brighter spirits

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Luton Town's Luke Wilkinson is hoping for a packed Kenilworth Road on Tuesday as the League Cup sees Stoke City hoping to avoid an upset.