England

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

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Gabby Agbonlahor opened the scoring in a confident first-half showing from the hosts, only for Saido Berahino to score with the Baggies only shot on target before a frantic finale

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Gabriel Agbonlahor and Sadio Berahino looked to secure a point each but a nightmare from Ben Foster, giving away a penalty, allowed Christian Benteke to secure a vital derby win

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The winger poked home from close range to end the Eagles' fine run of away results and in turn reignite the Saints' hopes of a Champions League berth alive

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The goalkeeper, who has won three Premier League titles and the Champions League once, has lost his place to Thibaut Courtois this season but any transfer will not come cheaply

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The home side have suffered two defeats so far under their new manager while Tony Pulis has revived the visitors since his appointment

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The two sides are separated by just one point, with both desperate for a win to put breathing space between themselves and relegation zone

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The 78-year-old had been in charge of the club for 20 years, leading them to FA Cup glory in 2013, but now passes the reins of the Championship club to David Sharpe

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The Toffees have won just one of their last 11 Premier League games but the American goalkeeper says they will head to the Britannia Stadium with rising confidence

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Spurs tasted disappointment at Wembley and in Europe last week and now face Garry Monk's in-form side who could move to within a point of the hosts with a victory

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City's defence of their league title took a blow with their 2-1 defeat to Liverpool on Sunday but the manager insists he is not obliged to secure a trophy to keep his job

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The 21-year-old has been in fine form for Villarreal this term and his agent believes he could leave the club after just one season as there is a lot of interest in him

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The Nigeria international has already missed four matches, including the League Cup final, with a knee injury but is set to be unavailable for several more weeks as he recovers

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The Chilean's side head into the game five points behind leaders Chelsea, having played a game more, after their defeat at the weekend and with their title hopes starting to fade

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The Argentine turned in a poor performance against Sunderland at the weekend and was substituted at half-time, but his manager insists he is adapting to life at Old Trafford

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With a healthy lead at the top of the table leaving no need for fireworks, Al Hain-Cole expects Jose Mourinho's men to grind out a victory against a struggling home team