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Premier League midway review: how have the 20 teams fared so far?

Twenty matches into the 2013-14 season, WhoScored have compiled infographics for all 20 Premier League clubs 1) Arsenal 2) Manchester City 3) Chelsea 4) Liverpool 5) Everton 6) Tottenham Hotspur 7) Manchester United 8) Newcastle United 9) Southampton 10) Hull City 11) Aston Villa 12) Stoke City 13) Swansea City 14) West Bromwich Albion 15) Norwich City 16) Fulham 17) Cardiff City 18) Crystal Palace 19) West Ham United 20) Sunderland Premier League Arsenal Aston Villa Chelsea Everton Fulham Hull City Manchester United Manchester City Liverpool Newcastle United Southampton Tottenham Hotspur West…

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West Ham v Arsenal – and Premier League clockwatch live! | Sean Ingle

Minute-by-minute report: It’s a big Boxing Day fixture list – follow all of the action with Sean Ingle Sean Ingle

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Football Weekly Extra: Champions League joy for Moyes and United

AC Jimbo is joined by Jacob Steinberg , James Horncastle and Ian Macintosh to drool over the midweek footie action. It’s 11 games unbeaten for Manchester United and after their 5-0 win over Bayer Leverkusen the pod wonder whether David Moyes has finally found his best team, and discuss what crisis ridden Spurs can do to stop them on Sunday. They ask whether the ‘Özil factor’ has had an effect on Jack Wilshire after his impressive display against Marseille , and debate…

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend | Guardian writers

Moyes’s momentum, time for plan B at Fulham and a mid-table clash at the Etihad are just some of things to look forward to West Ham struggling for strikers Anyone with a passing knowledge of West Ham United knew that starting the season with Andy Carroll as their only striker – we’ll not be counting Modibo Maïga, thank you very much – was asking for trouble. But Sam Allardyce went ahead and put all his eggs in one basket anyway and, surprise, surprise, …

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English Premier League Table

# Team P
1 Manchester City 90
2 Liverpool 89
3 Chelsea 71
4 Tottenham Hotspur 68
5 Arsenal 66
6 Manchester United 58
7 West Ham United 56
8 Wolverhampton Wanderers 51
9 Leicester City 49
10 Brighton & Hov… 48
11 Brentford 46
12 Newcastle United 46
13 Crystal Palace 45
14 Aston Villa 45
15 Southampton 40
16 Everton 39
17 Burnley 35
18 Leeds United 35
19 Watford 23
20 Norwich City 22

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