England

Saturday, August 29, 2015

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The Hammers cruised to victory following the dismissal of the Brazilian playmaker, but saw captain Mark Noble also sent off in the second half

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First-half red cards for Afellay and Adam hampered the Potters as the Venezuela striker pounced to give the visitors all three points

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Falcao got off the mark for the hosts but the Premier League champions suffered a rare defeat at Stamford Bridge, with the prospect of back-to-back titles already looking bleak

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The Black Cats produced an admirable performance to secure a draw after former Manchester City midfielder Scott Sinclair scored twice to give the hosts an advantage

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The £49 million man opened the scoring at the Etihad before Fernandinho struck to ensure that Manuel Pellegrini's men made it four wins from four so far this season

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Raheem Sterling was the difference for the hosts after being moved into a central position at half-time and scoring immediately against lacklustre opponents

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The Gunners edged past 10-man Newcastle thanks to a Fabricio Coloccini own goal but the same old problems resurfaced, particularly their inability to convert possession into goals

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The Frenchman suggested Steve McClaren's side adopted defensive tactics, but said that he did not see the challenge that resulted in Aleksandar Mitrovic's red card

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The Arsenal great, who currently sits second on the club's all-time top goalscorers list, believes the Englishman should have been used as a striker earlier in his career

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The centre-half deflected a second-half strike from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain into his own net, after his team-mate had earlier been shown a straight red for a stamp

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The Gunners beat 10-man Toon in feisty clash in at St James' Park thanks to a Fabricio Coloccini own goal seven minutes into the second half

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Dick Advocaat's side have had a poor start to the season but head to Villa Park on the back of a midweek victory in the League Cup

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The visitors travel south having taken seven points from their first three games as they face the Premier League new boys

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Jose Mourinho's Premier League champions have had a slow start to the season and face a London derby as they take on the Eagles at Stamford Bridge

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The Hammers have lost their last two games and now take on Brendan Rodgers' men at Anfield, where they have a dismal record

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The hosts have started the season in ominous form and welcome newly-promoted opposition to the Etihad Stadium

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The Baggies begin the weekend at the bottom of the Premier League table as they welcome Mark Hughes's side to the Hawthorns

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Theo Walcott starts in place of Olivier Giroud as the visitors look to continue their impressive recent form against Steve McClaren's side - follow the action LIVE with Goal