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In-form Stoke City aiming for first Premier League top-10 finish

• Marc Wilson confident Stoke can finish season strongly • Peter Odemwingie scores two in win over West Ham Marc Wilson feels Stoke are on course for their first top-10 finish in the Premier League. The home win over West Ham means they have lost only once in their past seven fixtures, and they are 11th in the table, level on points with 10th-placed Aston Villa. Eleventh in 2009-10 is the highest position Stoke have finished since they were…

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Stoke City 3-1 West Ham United | Premier League match report

• Pictures: the best images from Saturday’s Premier League games Stoke City bounced back from conceding early on to see off West Ham United 3-1 at the Britannia Stadium. Andy Carroll opened the scoring in the fifth minute of the Premier League contest with his first goal of the season, rising above Peter Crouch and crashing a header past Asmir Begovic, who had rushed off his line to try to punch the ball away. The hosts equalised in the 32nd minute…

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Stoke City v West Ham United: match preview

Stoke are without Jonathan Walters and Charlie Adam through suspension but are in good form, having lost just once – to Manchester City – in their last six. West Ham have lost once in five matches with Sam Allardyce named manager of the month in February. West Ham, who have conceded just one in their last four games on the road, have won and drawn in their last two league…

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Everton v West Ham: Roberto Martínez and Sam Allardyce admit Romelu Lukaku return could be key – video

Roberto Martínez is relishing the prospect of striker Romelu Lukaku back in his Everton starting XI, after a lengthy spell out of the side with an injury

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Nicolas Anelka banned for five matches and fined £80,000 for quenelle

• West Brom striker not found to be antisemitic • Player must undergo education programme • Read the FA statement here Nicolas Anelka has been suspended for five matches and fined £80,000 for his quenelle gesture in West Bromwich Albion’s match against West Ham on 28 December. He has also been ordered to complete a compulsory education course by a Football Association hearing at the Grove Hotel in Watford that was looking into the events that …

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Phil Jagielka out of England’s friendly against Denmark with hamstring injury

• Defender to miss Everton’s game with West Ham • Roy Hodgson to reveal squad on Thursday afternoon Phil Jagielka has been ruled out of England’s friendly against Denmark next week with a hamstring injury. Roy Hodgson will reveal his squad for next Wednesday’s Wembley game on Thursday afternoon. But the Everton defender will not be among those named, and will also miss Saturday’s Premier League match against West Ham …

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Premier League football clockwatch – live! | Niall McVeigh

Minute-by-minute report: Keep up with all today’s 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League with Niall McVeigh Niall McVeigh

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Sam Allardyce denies putting pressure on Ravel Morrison over agent

• West Ham manager calls allegations ‘unfounded’ • Midfielder now on 93-day emergency loan at QPR Sam Allardyce has insisted that Ravel Morrison has a future at West Ham, despite reports that the midfielder’s relationship with the club has broken down over a disagreement about agents. It was reported in The Observer that Morrison was recently invited to a meeting with the agent, Mark Curtis, to see if he wanted to become one of his clients and that pressure has…

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Ravel Morrison joins QPR from West Ham on 93-day loan

• Deal runs up to Championship play-off final • ‘I just want to help QPR get to the Premier League’ Ravel Morrison has stepped down a division to join QPR’s promotion push on a 93-day emergency loan from West Ham United. As revealed by The Guardian last week, the move will formally take effect on Friday to run up until the Championship play-off final, and Morrison is expected to make his QPR debut against Charlton in…

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Mark Clattenburg to take charge of Southampton against West Ham

• First time he has refereed Saints game since Lallana complaint • FA cleared referee and he will officiate West Ham match Mark Clattenburg is to referee Southampton’s game at West Ham on Saturday, the first time he will have taken charge of a Saints game since they filed an official complaint against him . The Durham official angered Saints when, during their defeat to Everton on 29 December, he told captain Adam Lallana: “You are very different …

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Ravel Morrison to join QPR on loan to boost promotion hopes

• 93-day loan period coincides with play-off final • Midfielder has fallen out of favour at Upton Park Ravel Morrison is poised to join Queens Park Rangers on loan from West Ham United until the end of the season, with Harry Redknapp, the Rangers manager, hopeful that the midfielder can spark the club to promotion from the Championship. The deal is not expected to be confirmed until next Friday, which would be 93 …

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West Ham’s Kevin Nolan and steely defence give Sam Allardyce hope

• Nolan scores twice in 2-0 win at Aston Villa • Hammers’ 12 clean sheets is the most in the League West Ham have the hallmarks of a Sam Allardyce team again. Over the course of a dozen years the 59-year-old has established a reputation as one of the most unapologetically efficient managers. It is no coincidence his teams have never been relegated from the top flight. While others flaunted possession-based football, Allardyce…

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Paul Lambert pleased with backing from Aston Villa owner – video

Paul Lambert says he is pleased with the backing he has received from Aston Villa owner Randy Lerner

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West Ham may take legal action against FA after Andy Carroll’s appeal fails

• FA happy with process after independent commission’s verdict • Carroll to miss games against Villa, Norwich and Southampton The Football Association is comfortable the correct process was followed as an independent regulatory commission threw out Andy Carroll’s appeal against a violent conduct ban this week amid the threat that the striker’s club, West Ham United, may take legal action against the governing body. The Premier League side, who hover just below the relegation cut-off, sought advice from…

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West Ham’s Andy Carroll loses appeal against red card

• Striker was sent off after clash with Swansea’s Chico Flores • 24-year-old to miss next three Premier League matches West Ham United have been dealt a major blow in their battle to stay up after it was confirmed that they will be without Andy Carroll for their next three matches after the Football Association rejected an appeal against the striker’s red card in Saturday’s 2-0 victory over Swansea City . …

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West Ham appeal against Andy Carroll’s red card for violent conduct

• Striker sent off after clash with Swansea’s Chico Flores • FA to review video evidence of incident West Ham have notified the Football Association that they wish to appeal against the sending-off of striker Andy Carroll in Saturday’s win over Swansea. Carroll was shown a straight red card by the referee Howard Webb following an altercation with Swansea defender Chico Flores. The club had until 1pm on Monday to inform …

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Swansea’s plight not even helped by ludicrous Andy Carroll red card

The most damning statistic was that Swansea City did not have one shot on target, even after Andy Carroll’s ludicrous red card with half an hour left. It will lead to the usual criticisms, that Swansea are soft, that they pass the ball too much and could do with a bit more thrust and, whisper it, some good old-fashioned British blood and thunder. Yet their plight is more nuanced than that. It is …

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West Ham United 2-0 Swansea City | Premier League match report

It felt like it was going to be a moment that summed up West Ham’s tragicomic season. They were coasting at 2-0 up in the second half, were on their way to their first victory at Upton Park since 30 November and one of football’s great bromances had been reunited, Andy Carroll creating two goals for Kevin Nolan. Things were looking up for once. Few clubs have as great a capacity for self-destruction as West Ham, though, and when Carroll …

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Premier League Table 2014 – 2015

# Team P
1 Chelsea 23
2 Southampton 19
3 Manchester City 17
4 West Ham United 16
5 Arsenal 14
6 Swansea City 14
7 Liverpool 14
8 Manchester United 13
9 Everton 12
10 Hull City 11

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