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    West Ham's Soucek out with hip injury

    West Ham have been dealt a blow in their relegation fight with the news Tomas Soucek is expected to be sidelined for three weeks.

    Pogba: Liverpool deserve to be where they are

    Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba says that Liverpool deserve to be where they are, top of the Premier League with a 22-point lead.

    Woodward: Utd set for long-term success with Ole

    Ed Woodward says Manchester United have the foundations for long-term success with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - despite a fall in operating profits and recorded...

    Kroos: Man Utd move was 'basically done' in 2014

    Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos says a deal for him to move to Manchester United "had basically been done" in 2014 before David Moyes was sacked.

    Xhaka calls for more openness with fans

    Granit Xhaka has called for clubs to allow more openness with supporters following his row with Arsenal fans.

    Liverpool come from behind to beat West Ham and equal Man City record

    League leaders Liverpool are forced to come from behind to beat relegation-battling West Ham in a nervy encounter at Anfield.

    Premier League stats: Man City penalty woes & Aubameyang's goal return

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang delivers his Sunday best and Man City's penalty woes continue as BBC Sport takes a look at the key Premier League stats.

    Chelsea: Antonio Rudiger says 'racism won' after no evidence found to support abuse claim

    Chelsea's Antonio Rudiger says he is "the scapegoat" after no evidence was found to support his allegation of abuse from fans at Tottenham.

    VAR 'made wrong call' on Lo Celso, says key figure at refereeing body

    The VAR "made the wrong call" in failing to send off Tottenham's Giovani lo Celso against Chelsea, says a member of the body that oversees officials.

    Xhaka: I'd 'think twice' about taking captaincy back

    Granit Xhaka admits he would have to "think twice" if he was given the opportunity to become Arsenal captain once again.

    Shaw: Euro 2020 call-up would be a dream

    Manchester United left-back Luke Shaw says he is dreaming of an England call-up for this summer's European Championships.

    Ref watch: Why was Lo Celso not sent off?

    Why was Giovani Lo Celso not sent off? Should David Coote have been taken out of the spotlight? Did Kevin De Bruyne handle the ball? Dermot Gallagher has all...

    Nketiah: Leeds stint prepared me for Arsenal

    Eddie Nketiah believes his tough loan spell with Leeds helped him prepare for the battle to become Mikel Arteta's first-choice striker at Arsenal.

    Smalling: Rome or home a tough choice

    Chris Smalling admits he has "an interesting decision to make" - staying with Manchester United or moving to Roma permanently.

    Mane strikes late to sink spirited Hammers

    Sadio Mane's 81st-minute strike ensured Liverpool overcame an almighty scare to beat a spirited West Ham 3-2 at Anfield and re-establish their 22-point lead...

    Alexander-Arnold's assist record

    "In the best team in Europe, the best playmaker is a right-back from West Derby. It's mad. It's strange. I have never seen a full-back have such an influence...

    Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool boss 'never thought' record would be equalled

    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp says he "never thought it was possible" for his side to equal Manchester City's record of 18 consecutive Premier League wins...

    Klopp: CL win gave us never-say-die attitude

    Jurgen Klopp hailed Liverpool's powers of recovery as victory over West Ham pushed his record-chasing side one step closer to their first Premier League title.

    MNF: The greatest English club side?

    It is one of the oldest debates in football but Gary Neville and Jamie Carragher have tried to settle it with the help of their own points system.

    Leicester 0-1 Man City: 'We'll score the next one' - Guardiola not worried by penalty woes

    Man City boss Pep Guardiola remains confident his side will find form from the penalty spot despite Sergio Aguero's failed attempt marking their fourth miss...

    Burnley 3-0 Bournemouth: Sean Dyche unflappable as Clarets push for Europe

    Burnley can be up and down, hot and cold, but all the while their manager Sean Dyche remains good humoured and dispassionate.

    Supplement: VAR 'feels made up as they go along'

    VAR in the Premier League has felt "made up as they go along" after another spate of controversy, the Sunday Supplement panel agreed.

    Fabulous Fernandes inspires Man Utd

    Bruno Fernandes scored one and had a hand in the other two goals as Manchester United continued their recent upturn with a 3-0 Premier League victory over...

    Wolves sweep aside struggling Norwich

    Wolves kept themselves firmly in the running for another European campaign next season with a comfortable 3-0 victory at home to rock-bottom Norwich City.

    Ole: Fernandes like Scholes and Veron

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has likened January signing Bruno Fernandes to Paul Scholes and Juan Sebastian Veron after he inspired Manchester United to victory over...

    Arteta: Arsenal's challenge to keep Aubameyang

    Mikel Arteta admits Arsenal have a challenge to convince Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to stay at the club, but feels the striker is currently enjoying his role.

    Arsenal edge Everton in five-goal cracker

    Arsenal came out on top in a five-goal thriller as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's double gave them a 3-2 victory over Everton in the Premier League on Super...

    Bruno Fernandes: Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says new signing is 'a mix between Scholes and Veron'

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer labels new signing Bruno Fernandes "a mix between Paul Scholes and Juan Sebastian Veron" after the midfielder scored his first...

    Gomes thanks football on return from horror injury

    Andre Gomes was quick to thank both Everton fans and the wider football community after returning to first-team action for the first time since his horrific...

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang: Mikel Arteta hopes to convince striker to stay at Arsenal

    Mikel Arteta hopes he can convince Arsenal's "most important player" Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang to stay at the club after he scored twice on Sunday.