Saturday, February 13, 2016

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Sunday's clash between the teams ranked second and fourth in the Premier League has the potential to be a symbolic changing of the guard for Spurs' young and vibrant squad.

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A late own goal from David De Gea was enough to grab a vital three points for the Black Cats, who go within a point of a safety as a result of their heroic performance.

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Zinedine Zidane's club sits four points off the top of the Liga table but faces a visiting side that has lost its last 11 trips to the Bernabeu in all competitions.

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Avoiding relegation helped launch Leicester City to the top of the Premier League, but Jamie Vardy doesn't feel excessive pressure to remain in first.

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The France international reportedly wants to join a club that is capable of winning the Champions League and is hopeful Juventus will drop its asking price.

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A report in Spain claims that the Germany international wants to leave the club this summer, with Barcelona having already expressed interest.

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The respective Manchester City and Tottenham managers have tried to claim their clash on Sunday will not prove decisive in the title race.

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With Valentine's Day just around the corner, we take a look at the most potent partnerships in the top flight, including the Arsenal duo, a Watford pair and two from Everton.

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Barcelona has broken its own unbeaten record but Ivan Rakitic says trophies are the only focus as the club prepares to take on Celta Vigo.

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Liverpool has lost just once in 17 Premier League visits to Aston Villa and Remi Garde has warned his team to improve to get a result.

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Louis van Gaal's men were held by Chelsea last weekend and are seeking to get back to winning ways at the Stadium of Light.

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Leicester City can make another statement of intent in its bid for the Premier League title by beating third-placed Arsenal on Sunday.