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Brendan Rodgers and Liverpool to move on Premier League title in stages

With six games to go Liverpool are in prime position for the title but Brendan Rodgers insists he will take no fixture for granted Brendan Rodgers has been playing down Liverpool’s title hopes all season, apart from the short time where he built them up and performances suffered, but as of last week the club’s cover has been blown. Liverpool touched the top of the table with six games to play and, though…

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Sam Allardyce in spotlight as West Ham fans wonder is winning enough? | Jacob Steinberg

The West Ham manager’s direct style has sparked unrest at Upton Park but it may be exactly what the club needs West Ham were winning 1-0, they were at home and Hull City were down to 10 men. Everything was going to plan on the surface but on further investigation, fault lines were apparent around Upton Park, with the mood of frustration captured by an interview at half-time with George Parris, a…

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Andy Carroll: I have point to prove to Roy Hodgson not Brendan Rodgers

The West Ham striker prepares to face the side where he failed to fit, Liverpool, but bears no grudges because a place in Roy Hodgson’s World Cup squad is his priority Andy Carroll is looking forward to confronting the club that discarded him but West Ham United’s centre-foward remains adamant he harbours no bitterness towards Liverpool. When it comes to proving a point, he is more concerned about jogging Roy Hodgson’s memory than trying to change…

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Brendan Rodgers: Liverpool no longer fear big men like Andy Carroll

Manager says Skrtel and Agger can handle West Ham forward Iago Aspas tells Liverpool he wants to leave this summer Brendan Rodgers has said he is no longer concerned by Liverpool’s ability to handle direct, physical opponents, as he prepares for Sunday’s reunion with Andy Carroll at West Ham United. The Liverpool manager has admitted in the past that his defenders have been bullied by powerful centre-forwards or lapsed at aerial challenges. The …

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West Ham United v Liverpool: match preview

Liverpool are yet to show signs of choking in their charge for the title but West Ham have the potential to make life awkward for them. Upton Park has been a graveyard for potential champions in the past and for Liverpool the fear must be that they will come unstuck at the hands of two of their former players, Andy Carroll and Stewart Downing. West Ham’s defence, which has kept 13 clean…

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West Ham board should be praised for backing Allardyce, says Kevin Nolan

Hammers are now 11 points clear of the relegation zone He can build a team challenging for Europe, adds Nolan Kevin Nolan has praised West Ham United’s board for refusing to bow to pressure from disgruntled fans to sack Sam Allardyce, who endured a long, hard winter managing the east London club. The midfielder who claims the majority of West Ham supporters remain behind the manager believes such loyalty could well be rewarded by European qualification at the end of the 2014-15 season.

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Sunderland will keep ‘battling on’ against relegation, says Wes Brown

‘We’re playing good football but not getting the points’ Sunderland have not won in Premier League since 1 February Wes Brown, the Sunderland defender, has said the team will keep fighting against relegation but need to start putting away their chances. Following Monday’s 2-1 home defeat by West Ham , the manager Gus Poyet said he would quit were his players to “give up”, but Brown insists they have no intention of doing so.

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West Ham almost safe from relegation, says Sam Allardyce video

West Ham United have almost banished their relegation fears after a 2-1 win over Sunderland on Monday, says Sam Allardyce. The West Ham manager says the club is almost safe after winning six of the last nine games. ‘We’re probably in the top four or five in the Premier League for results at the moment,’ he says

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Sunderland v West Ham United as it happened

Goals from Andy Carroll and Mohamed Diame gave West Ham a vital win and left Sunderland staring into the abyss 9.55pm BST A feeling of resignation spreads around the Stadium of Light. Sunderland aren’t out of it but they really needed to win that game. They had the chances to rescue something but West Ham hung on for a win that takes them to 37 points. Safety is in sight for them. As for Sunderland, they are four points …

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West Ham’s Andy Carroll rises to occasion to sink battling Sunderland

Perhaps Gus Poyet should have hired a hypnotist to convince his players it was Tuesday or Wednesday or Saturday any day bar Monday. Sunderland really do not like Mondays and have now gone 12 years and 19 games since last winning on one, and this latest failure to perform on the first evening of the working week has almost certainly consigned Poyet’s side to the Championship. Second bottom and four points adrift of safety, Sunderland have games in hand but face a…

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My guilty pleasure: Green Street

This football hooligan genre film about an expelled Harvard student who joins West Ham’s firm is compellingly awful – but it’s entertaining if you can’t sleep • More from My guilty pleasure I am prone to insomnia. I’ll lie in bed for a couple of hours, then go turn on the TV and flick through the channels until I find something that holds my attention, often on the film channels. Sometimes it’s The Ring , but, when it’s on…

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Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney turns Captain Fantastic at West Ham

• Fine display makes striker favourite to lead side into new era • Juan Mata and Shinji Kagawa excel before Tuesday’s derby English football has long overblown the importance of the captain, but on a cold east London evening there was ultimately a sense that it was the performance of the man who filled the role for Manchester United more than their actual victory here that provided this most beleaguered of clubs with hope for better times ahead. That much could…

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Liverpool and West Ham line up post-season friendly in Mauritius

• Teams could meet in Mauritius on 18 May • ‘I’m very impressed with Mauritius,’ says Liverpool official Liverpool’s players are poised to kick-start their summer with a beach holiday with a difference, in the shape of a post-season friendly against West Ham in Mauritius. The club’s director of sales, Olly Dale, was in Mauritius this week to examine the facilities at Anjalay Stadium, the nation’s 30,000-capacity showpiece sports venue. Mark Gibbon, widely …

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West Ham United v Manchester United: match preview

The picture is looking much brighter for Manchester United now. Wednesday’s victory over Olympiakos in the Champions League has lifted the gloom for David Moyes after last Sunday’s humiliation at home to Liverpool, although United will have to be at their best at Upton Park, a ground where they have often come unstuck. The doubts will return if United lose to West Ham, who are not quite clear of the relegation battle just yet. West Ham have lost …

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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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Premier League Table 2014 – 2015

# Team P
1 Chelsea 32
2 Southampton 26
3 Manchester City 24
4 Manchester United 19
5 Newcastle United 19
6 West Ham United 18
7 Swansea City 18
8 Arsenal 17
9 Everton 17
10 Tottenham Hotspur 17

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