England

Saturday, April 19, 2014

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Mile Jedinak's second-half penalty gave Tony Pulis' men their fifth straight victory in the Premier League, while Sam Allardyce's side are now on a run of three consecutive losses

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The visitors came closest to opening the scoring but were forced to settle for a point which leaves the hosts five points clear of the bottom three

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It was a day of average scores on an average afternoon at Villa Park, with Marc Albrighton probably the best performer purely for the odd moment of reasonable class

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The former Reds star believes Brendan Rodgers' side are perfectly poised to win the Premier League, with the club currently two points clear at the top with four games to go

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The American admits the Reds' surprise title challenge has come quicker than even he anticipated, with Champions League qualification the limit of his ambitions this season

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Goals from Paulinho, Kane and Kaboul dent the Cottagers' survival bid, with Spurs remaining within touching distance of the Champions League qualification spots

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Goals from Paulinho, Harry Kane and Younes Kaboul give Tim Sherwood's men victory over the relegation-threatened Cottagers, who scored once but also missed a penalty

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The north Londoners shelled out over €110 million on new players in the summer but their head coach believes they still lack world-class individuals

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The Liverpool manager feels many overlook the 33-year-old's intelligence and claims he would not swap his captain for any other holding midfielder on the continent

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The England international will miss the Reds' next three matches after being given a straight red card for a reckless challenge late on against Manchester City

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Shipped off to Craven Cottage by Tim Sherwood, the German has showcased the passion Spurs have missed and married it with enough craft to help the Cottagers battle the drop

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The Arsenal manager believes the striker's confidence has been boosted by his goal against West Ham and admits his performances could have been due to fatigue

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The Scot was booed by the travelling fans of his former club when the two sides met at Old Trafford in December but insists he is proud of what he achieved at Goodison Park

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Arsene Wenger's men inevitably seem to come together just in time for the end-of-season run-in, and Al Hain-Cole expects them to collect three more vital points against the Tigers

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The Spaniard admits the Scot "had an incredible past" at Goodison Park but wants the spotlight to be on the club's bid for a Champions League place

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The Gunners will face Steve Bruce's side at Wembley next month but are currently battling with Everton to secure the final Champions League place

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Brendan Rodgers' men know that four more victories will be enough to claim the Premier League title and our tipster is backing them to score at least three times on Sunday

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The Uruguayan has netted 11 times in just four appearances against the Canaries and is on the verge of breaking the record number of goals scored in a 38-game season

Friday, April 18, 2014

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The Blues' Premier League clash with Sunderland was moved back to Saturday, but Jose Mourinho's assistant feels the governing body could have been more accommodating