Two sides who were in the fourth tier just 10 years ago, Swansea City and Hull City, meet on Monday in a Premier League mid-table clash.
Swansea are looking for their third home win of the season here having secured the second on Wednesday with a convincing victory over Newcastle United, despite playing without a recognised striker for much of the game.
Manager Michael Laudrup will be hoping that his team can show more consistency ...More
After winning at Manchester United for the first time in 21 years, Everton will be high on confidence as they look to pull off another sensational victory, this time at Arsenal.
This is the beginning of a very testing run of fixtures for Arsene Wenger’s Premier League leaders, who go to Napoli on Wednesday looking to ensure progress in the Champions League, before games against Manchester City and Chelsea. Wenger’s decision to hand N...More
On Sunday, Fulham have a must-win home game against away day specialists Aston Villa as they look to end a run of six straight Premier League defeats.
Although they lost their game against Tottenham on Wednesday, there were some encouraging signs for Fulham supporters to take from Rene Meulensteen’s first match in charge. It was certainly a more competitive and hard-working performance than those seen in the final weeks of Martin Jol...More
Lowly Sunderland will be hoping to recover from their first home defeat under Gustavo Poyet, against Chelsea on Wednesday, when they take on Tottenham.
The home side came up against a Chelsea side in superb form, but caused them enough problems to keep them holding on to a 4-3 victory right until the final whistle, making the most of the Blues’ inability to defend set-pieces. It provided many more signs of the progress that is being ...More
Victory for either West Bromwich Albion or Norwich City at the Hawthorns will be enough to move the winner closer to the top half, and the loser looking over their shoulders.
West Brom will be disappointed at their failure to severely test Manchester City on Wednesday, although they kept going until the end and managed to pull two goals back. That result came after a below par performance at Newcastle United, and it leaves the Baggie...More
Following a full round of midweek fixtures in the Premier League that produced plenty of goals, the action keeps on coming with another full programme of fixtures this weekend.
The biggest tie of the weekend is the clash between Arsenal and Everton at the Emirates this Sunday. Arsene Wenger's side have been in imperious form this season and are the team to beat, sitting nicely at the top of the table with a four point gap. Everton ha...More
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