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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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Transfer window fans verdict part 2: Manchester United to West Ham

From the culling acumen of Louis van Gaal at Manchester United to the loan coup and strong hints of promise at West Ham, the fans have their say on the transfer window With the Glazer debt squeezing the club for nine years they have acted only when they thought their lavish sponsorship deals and a return to the top-four were in jeopardy. Our squad had become bloated with mediocre players. Louis van Gaal is a…

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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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Premier League 2014-15 fans previews part 2: Manchester Utd to West Ham

How LVG has changed Uniteds mindset; QPRs new system looks vulnerable; and rebuilding Southampton is a task and half Part 1: season previews from Arsenal to Manchester City Continue reading…

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Premier League statistical previews: Manchester United to West Ham

In the second half of their previews, WhoScored analyse Manchester United under Louis van Gaal, Tottenham under Mauricio Pochettino and Southampton under Ronald Koeman Statistical previews: Arsenal to Manchester City Having ended David Moyes tenure as manager and replaced him with the vastly successful Louis Van Gaal, who comes to Old Trafford on the back of a fantastic World Cup performance in Brazil, United fans are optimistic this season. A disappointing campaign culminated in their worst…

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Premier League 2014-15 fixtures: week-by-week list for the season

Louis van Gaal gets Swansea opener with Manchester United 16 August Arsenal v Crystal Palace 16 August Burnley v Chelsea Continue reading…

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Transfer window: Premier League guide Manchester United to West Ham

Will Manchester United sign Arjen Robben, will Tottenham get Romelu Lukaku? Check out your club’s plans here Click here for Arsenal to Manchester City Plan for the summer: With Louis Van Gaal incoming, the club are fully focusing on the rebuilding needed on the crumbling squad. A central defender Borussia Dortmund’s Mats Hummels is a target a left-back almost definitely Luke Shaw and central midfielder Toni Kroos is on the list is the …

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Premier League fans’ verdicts part 2: Manchester United to West Ham

From ‘woeful’ Old Trafford and ‘miserable’ Norwich, to football that’s a ‘joy to watch’ at Southampton: 2013-14’s best and worst Part 1: season verdicts on Arsenal to Manchester City That was woeful. I knew it would be a transition season but I didn’t think the players would lose heart so soon. The whole Moyes debacle was doomed from the start. Ferguson appointed his successor, a man who had never won anything and who instantly removed…

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Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action | Guardian writers

Ross Barkley and Connor Wickham stake their claims, Loïc Rémy causes a stir and Sam Allardyce proves his worth Pictures: the best images from the weekend’s matches The England manager says he has his World Cup squad in mind and there will no late auditions for a place in Brazil. There have been suggestions that will spell bad news for Barkley, if not Everton and Roberto Martínez, who wants the 20-year-old to have …

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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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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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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend | Paul Doyle and Tom Bryant

Arsène Wenger chasing sweet revenge over José Mourinho, plus Andy Carroll, Michu and Stephen Ireland back in action 1) Wenger seeking revenge in 1,000th game Should Arsène Wenger still be smarting from the barbed “specialist in failure” comments that José Mourinho directed at him earlier in the season, then there would be no better revenge than a victory at Stamford Bridge in his 1,000th game in charge. Even better for Wenger, a win …

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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 – Social Media Match Report

West Ham fell to a 3-1 defeat at Stoke City on Saturday afternoon, despite taking an early lead through Andy Carroll. Carroll’s goal was West Ham’s 800th in the Premier League and looked to have set the Hammers on their way to a crucial victory towards Premier League safety. But they struggled to build on… Read more »

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Football – live clockwatch! | Niall McVeigh

Minute-by-minute report: It’s a busy round of games in the Premier League and beyond. Follow the latest news with Niall McVeigh Niall McVeigh

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Match Preview: Stoke City v West Ham

West Ham’s four game winning streak came to an end at Goodison Park a couple of weeks back so the Hammers will be looking to get back on track at the Britannia on Saturday. It seems like an age since West Ham last played and hopefully the players have put the defeat at Goodison Park… Read more »

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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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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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Transfer deadline day club by club: who went where and for how much

• Arsenal sign Kim Kallstrom on loan from Spartak Moscow • Crystal Palace bring in five players including Tom Ince Arsenal Ins Kim Kallstrom (Spartak Moscow, loan) Outs Nico Yennaris (Brentford, undisc), Chuba Akpom (Brentford, loan), Anthony Jeffrey (Wycombe, free ), Benik Afobe (Sheff Weds, loan), Emmanuel Frimpong (Barnsley, undisc), Billy Clifford (Colchester, loan), Park Chu-young (Watford, loan) Arsène Wenger’s interest in Julian Draxler raised hopes of a pulse-quickening deal but Schalke’s…

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Premier League: Wednesday’s matches – in pictures

All the best images from around the grounds as Chelsea take on West Ham, Sunderland entertain Stoke and Aston Villa face West Brom Steven Bloor

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Premier League clockwatch – live! | Ian McCourt

Minute-by-minute report: Aston Villa face West Brom, Chelsea take on West Ham and Sunderland entertain Stoke. Follow the action with Ian McCourt Ian McCourt

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Premier League clockwatch – live! | Simon Burnton

Minute-by-minute report: Join Simon Burnton for all the latest news from the day’s afternoon kick-offs Simon Burnton

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On this day – 28 December

A late goal gave West Ham more reason to celebrate over the festive period five years ago today

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Premier League fans’ half-time verdict part 2: Man United to West Ham

• Part 1: Arsenal to Manchester City Manchester United – Shaun O’Donnell – Observer reader 6/10 This was always going to be a transition season regardless of us being champions. Moyes knew the lack of quality in midfield needed addressing but left it until the last day of the transfer window and bought a player who he played further up the pitch. That our best midfielder has been a 40-year-old winger speaks volumes. Moyes seems to have handled Rooney well and he has carried …

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English Premier League Table

# Team P
1 Liverpool 34
2 Leicester City 26
3 Chelsea 26
4 Manchester City 25
5 Sheffield United 17
6 Arsenal 17
7 Manchester United 16
8 Wolverhampton Wanderers 16
9 AFC Bournemouth 16
10 Burnley 15
11 Brighton & Hov… 15
12 Crystal Palace 15
13 Newcastle United 15
14 Tottenham Hotspur 14
15 Everton 14
16 West Ham United 13
17 Aston Villa 11
18 Watford 8
19 Southampton 8
20 Norwich City 7

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