Newcastle United can secure their first league double of the season by beating European hopefuls Tottenham, but they come into it having lost each of their last five games.
It has been yet another season of frustration for those on Tyneside, and some have chosen this encounter as the one to boycott in protest of a perceived lack of ambition among the hierarchy. Barring a good run between October and December under Alan Pardew, the...More
Manchester City will be aiming to put an end to their dismal form by beating a West Ham United side that has also found positive results hard to come by in 2015.
The outlook of this fixture could not be any more different than when they met on the final day of last season, when goals from Samir Nasri and Vincent Kompany secured the title for City and Manuel Pellegrini. Less than a year on, the Chilean’s future is in a severe doubt...More
Despite Manchester United losing to Premier League leaders Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, manager Louis van Gaal still isn’t ruling out winning the title, although Jose Mourinho’s men went 10 points clear in the table with a game in hand following their recent victory, reports Sky Sports.
Chelsea winger Eden Hazard scored the decisive goal that earned the Blues a valuable three points, and they ended the day 10 points clear of the re...More
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho believes the Blues’ strategy to foil Manchester United when the two sides met at Stamford Bridge this weekend worked perfectly, as the Premier League leaders extended their advantage at the summit despite having so little of the ball against the Red Devils, reports Sky Sports.
Chelsea had only 30% possession against Manchester United, but created the most clear-cut of chances that Eden Hazard took in ...More
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger admitted his side were very fortunate to have progressed to the FA Cup final, after a tame effort from Chilean forward Alexis Sanchez uncharacteristically slipped under Reading goalkeeper Adam Federici to gift the Gunners a lead in the extra time, reports Sky Sports.
Arsenal went ahead against Reading in the first-half through Alexis Sanchez, but were pegged back in the second-half of normal time by G...More
Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez scored two goals against Reading, as the Londoners booked their place in the FA Cup final at Wembley, with Royals goalkeeper Adam Federici having made a costly second-half error that saw the Championship outfit go behind in extra time, reports BBC Sport.
Arsenal took the lead in the first-half through Sanchez. The Chilean international was full of running all game, and rounded off a good move from th...More
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