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Are you an average fan? Find out with YouGov’s Premier League profiles

YouGov polled 200,000 people to find that Liverpool fans think they are funny, QPR supporters enjoy chess and Stoke City fans like Ann Summers. Do these character traits feel familiar? Arsenal fans follow Piers Morgan on Twitter, can be feckless and are “willing to sacrifice free time to get ahead with their careers”. Fun. Continue reading…

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West Hams Sam Allardyce will not take risks after Andy Carroll return

We must not think he is ready, which he will do. All players do Manager says bizarre Christmas period will test in-form team Aston Villa end six-game losing streak It can often be a source of head-scratching. What is the point of attacking substitutions in stoppage time? The West Ham United crowd were delighted to see Andy Carroll enter the fray at the very end for sentimental reasons; it was the centre-…

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Is this how West Ham should line up against Aston Villa?

Big Sam’s got himself bit of a selection dilemma again this afternoon, with Diafra Sakho returning and Andy Carroll rumoured to be in the match day squad. Of course, Carroll won’t be fit enough to start, but Diafra Sakho’s goal scoring form before he picked up that shoulder injury suggests he could come straight back… Read more »

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West Ham v Aston Villa – Team news, match stats, predictions and more

You can tell a lot about a good team by their results against sides below them in the table.  The odd win against the likes of Liverpool and Manchester City won’t keep us up in the dizzy heights of the top six. It’s the games against teams like Burnley, QPR and today’s opponents Aston Villa… Read more »

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West Ham United v Aston Villa: match preview

Of all the possible problems West Ham might have faced in early November, complacency was not one many fans foresaw. But with West Ham riding high and dreaming of Europe, and Aston Villa having lost six on the spin, Sam Allardyce has had to call for focus. Christian Benteke is suspended and Villa have scored only five goals all season. They are desperate for any sort of foothold. David Hytner Kick-off Saturday 3pm Continue reading…

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West Ham-Aston Villa Preview: Allardyce aiming to heap more misery on visitors

Paul Lambert’s men head into Saturday’s clash on the back of six straight defeats in the Premier League, while the hosts could welcome back Diafra Sakho from injury

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Win (home) tickets to West Ham v Aston Villa in the Premier League

Answer a simple question and you could be off to Upton Park to watch live Barclays Premier League football Continue reading…

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Next Generation 2014: 20 of the best talents at Premier League clubs

The Guardian has identified some of the best young talent coming through in the Premier League, picking one player from each club born between 1 September 1997 and 31 August 1998, an age band also known as first-year scholars. We will then follow their progress over the next five years On Tuesday: 40 of the best young players in the world Continue reading…

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Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekends action | Guardian sport

Everton do pragmatism, Falcao recalls a former Manchester United striker, and its time for Eden Hazard to step up Sakho apologises for leaving Anfield before derby Match report: Liverpool 1-1 Everton Barney Ronay: the battle of the lightweight No10s Match report: Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham Daniel Taylor: Ronaldos return not a flight of fancy Van Gaal: Rooneys tackle was unfriendly Manchester United 2-1 West Ham Chelsea considering temporary Twickenham move Chelsea 3-0 Aston Villa Hull City 2-4 Manchester City Nasri ruled out for one month with groin …

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The Dozen: stand-out photos from the weekend’s Premier League action

A hand-picked selection of our favourites images from around the grounds on a weekend featuring two classic derby matches Continue reading…

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The Dozen: the best photos from the weekend’s Premier League matches

Our pick of the best images from around the top-flight grounds on Saturday and Sunday Continue reading…

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How did the 20 Premier League clubs fare in the summer transfer window?

Premier League clubs spent a record £835m in the summer transfer window. How would you grade their business? Premier League transfer window interactive Continue reading…

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How your club did in the 2014 summer transfer window

All your summer signings from Radamel Falcao to Joe Cole, who signed for whom in the Premier League transfer window Arsenal solved their striking problem with a last-gasp deal for Danny Welbeck, but otherwise wasted little time in getting their major business done, with Alexis Sánchez, Mathieu Debuchy and David Ospina all coming in shortly after impressive World Cup showings. They were joined by the young defender Calum Chambers, who joined the Southampton…

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The Premier League’s best XI from the opening weekend of the season

Plus analysis of how Manchester United, Arsenal, West Ham, Burnley and Aston Villa can improve in the transfer window Continue reading…

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Premier League opening day in pictures

The best images from around the grounds at the start of the season Continue reading…

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Premier League tactical preview: how teams have changed since last season

A team-by-team guide to the likely starting line-ups in the Premier League, and how they compare to each teams best XIs last year Continue reading…

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Why Premier League new boys Burnley, Leicester and QPR need not be afraid | Ed Aarons

Promoted trio all have recent top-flight experience and can continue trend of surviving beyond their first season It always used to be so easy to predict. The three clubs promoted to the Premier League would ruffle a few gilded feathers before ultimately returning from whence they came 10 months later, promising to be back soon. Yet in the landscape of ever-more lucrative television rights and parachute payments, those days now seem in the dim and distant past. Not since the 200708 season…

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Manchester United host Swansea City on opening day & all the 2014-15 Premier League fixtures in full

Louis van Gaal begins his reign over the Red Devils by hosting Garry Monk’s side at Old Trafford, while Cesc Fabregas could make his debut for Chelsea at Burnley

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Wenger & Van Gaal’s summer plans to spark record Premier League spend

With Manchester United targeting several signings, Arsenal aiming to bolster their squad and Liverpool preparing for Champions League football, a busy window is expected

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Premier League glum and glummer: the three most disappointing clubs | Paul Wilson

In a football season of highs and lows three teams plumbed the depths: Tottenham, West Ham and Aston Villa How was the football season for you? Was it a long one? Bet it wasn’t as long as Wigan Athletic’s. Last season’s FA Cup winners began the season in the Europa League as a result of their Wembley success, played 46 domestic league games through falling back into the Championship, then reached the semi-final of this year’s FA Cup where they lost on…

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Manuel Pellegrini tells how his cool demeanour has helped title charge

Manchester City manager confesses he was ‘mad dog’ player Pellegrini says he is not nervous before title decider Manuel Pellegrini has admitted he was a “mad dog” as a player and that the calm style that has guided Manchester City to the brink of the title was adopted only when he took up management. City host West Ham United on Sunday knowing that a point guarantees a second Premier League crown in three years in Pellegrini’s…

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Premier League finances: turnover, wages, debt and performance

The Premier League clubs collectively made a loss of £291m in 2012-13 despite a £2.7bn income and spent a record £1.8bn on wages. What earns them the most and which club is in most debt? Get the data Get the 2011/12 data It’s that time of year again – the Guardian’s review of the annual Premier League accounts is here. It shows that in 2012-13, the 20 top-flight clubs generated a record-beating combined income of 2.7bn, however collectively the Premier League clubs …

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Premier League finances: the full club-by-club breakdown and verdict

The 2012-13 accounts of all 20 top-flight clubs and what the figures say about their health Wages of players and staff now hits record £1.8bn Financial figures for 2012-13, for the 20 clubs in the Premier League during 2012-13. All details from the published annual reports at Companies House. Net debt is as stated in the accounts; debts minus cash held at the bank. The separate categories of turnover are rounded down or up…

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Premier League: weekend matches in pictures

All the best images from around the grounds , starting off on Saturday at St Mary’s, where Everton were looking for three points to keep their Champions League aspirations alive Continue reading…

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Fellaini, Van Wolfswinkel & more – Goal’s worst Premier League Team of the Season

Three Manchester United players are named in our side, while the three strikers selected have scored just four goals in a combined total of 76 Premier League appearances

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Premier League clockwatch – live!

All the latest updates from the Premier League and beyond Read Dom Fifield’s piece on the resurrection of Portsmouth Send your missives to niall.mcveigh.casual@guardian.co.uk Alternatively, you can tweet them to @niallmcveigh 1.58pm BST In the Premier League, it’s Spurs 2-1 Fulham – Paulinho and Kane with the goals for Tottenham, either side of a Steve Sidwell strike for the visitors. You can follow what remains of that London derby with Nick Miller…

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English Premier League Table

# Team P
1 Tottenham Hotspur 20
2 Liverpool 20
3 Chelsea 18
4 Leicester City 18
5 Southampton 17
6 Everton 16
7 Aston Villa 15
8 West Ham United 14
9 Wolverhampton Wanderers 14
10 Manchester United 13
11 Crystal Palace 13
12 Arsenal 13
13 Manchester City 12
14 Leeds United 11
15 Newcastle United 11
16 Brighton & Hov… 9
17 Burnley 5
18 Fulham 4
19 West Bromwich Albion 3
20 Sheffield United 1

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