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Premier League fixtures 2018-19: Manchester City start at Arsenal

• Champions travel to Emirates for Unai Emery’s Arsenal debut • Spurs’ new ground not ready until Liverpool on 15 September Manchester City will start their Premier League title defence at Arsenal. The 2018-19 fixtures, announced on Thursday morning, handed Pep Guardiola’s record-breaking team an Emirates Stadium opener on the weekend of 11-12 August – a fixture that will be Unai Emery’s first competitive match as Arsenal manager. Related: Football transfer rumours: Liverpool in for Lazio’s Thomas …

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Premier League relegation run-in: where the battle will be won and lost

As the fight to avoid the drop intensifies, we look at why the affected clubs are struggling, what will decide their fate and whether their managers are to blame Pl 35 GD -15 Pts 37 Related: Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend Related: Crystal Palace match is ‘a war we have to win’ says Stoke’s Xherdan Shaqiri Remaining matches Continue reading…

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Hammers Host Potters, League Leaders Travel To Wembley And The Rest Of Matchday 34’s Premier League Action

After an exciting midweek of UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League action involving English teams, the Premier League is back for another Matchday this weekend, the 34th Game Week of the 2017/2018 season, and it promises to be a special one as the league leaders travel to fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur and David Moyes’ West Ham United entertain Stoke City in a pivotal Monday Night Football. The next few days’ action will be kick…

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Three must-win games for West Ham?

With a very strong performance and win at the weekend, West Ham are now five points above the relegation zone, sitting in 14th place. They were able to score three first half goals, which was the first time they had done that in the Premier League since September 2012 against Fulham. This win is exactly […]

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The Dozen: the weekend’s best FA Cup photos

Your weekend roundup of the best photography from Saturday and Sunday’s FA Cup third round matches Continue reading…

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Bad news for West Ham ahead of Liverpool clash

Sky Sports News are reporting that Cheikhou Kouyate will not feature for West Ham United again this season. West Ham mathematically confirmed their survival in emphatic style this weekend, beating Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 at the London Stadium to move clear of the drop zone. Now that the Hammers’ safety is confirmed, Cheikhou Kouyate will undergo surgery […]

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Ex-England striker expects West Ham to be defeated this weekend

West Ham have turned their fortunes around in recent weeks but they face a stern test to continue their form against Everton this weekend. The Toffees travel to the London Stadium on the back of a tremendous run of form, which has seen Ronald Koeman’s side battle for a position in the top-six. However, Everton’s […]

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West Ham boss confirms key return ahead of Everton clash

West Ham’s Premier League status is all but secured and the Hammers could hand themselves a boost in the race for a top-half finish with victory this weekend. The Hammers host European-chasing Everton at the London Stadium this weekend, where a victory would put them 12 points above the relegation spots- should Stoke also defeat […]

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West Ham boss discusses club’s biggest problem this year

West Ham secured a point at the weekend against Sunderland, which pushed them closer towards securing their Premier League status, but the Hammers will be disappointed with the result. Having led twice in the North East, Slaven Bilic’s side had to share the points with a Sunderland outfit that are rooted to the bottom of […]

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West Ham skipper reveals he’ll sit with the away fans this weekend

West Ham boosted their survival hopes last week with a crucial victory against relegation rivals Swansea City but face another stern test this weekend. The Hammers travel to the North East to face David Moyes’ Sunderland, who are rock-bottom of the Premier League, where a victory would all but secure West Ham’s status in the […]

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Report – West Ham preparing to make major change if they lose this weekend

West Ham United are gearing up for potential immediate changes ahead of this weekend’s crucial relegation clash with Swansea City. The Hammers enter the match on the back of five consecutive Premier League defeats and a further loss at the weekend would see them sit just two points above the relegation zone. During this period […]

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West Ham’s Slaven Bilic charged by FA after hurling microphone in anger

• Manager also appeared to abuse referee after West Brom’s late equaliser • Bilic charged with improper conduct and could get touchline ban Slaven Bilic, the West Ham United manager, has been charged with improper conduct following the game against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday, the Football Association has announced. Related: Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action Continue reading…

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Dimitri Payet wants to leave West Ham United, says ‘angry’ Slaven Bilic

• Payet has refused to train and will not play against Crystal Palace • Bilic: ‘Payet does not want to play for us. He wants to leave’ Slaven Bilic, the West Ham manager, says he feels “angry” and “let down” by Dimitri Payet after revealing his star player has expressed his desire to leave the Premier League club. At his pre-match press conference on Thursday, Bilic also said Payet is not training with the club and …

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West Ham v Chelsea: EFL Cup fourth round – live!

Hammers host Antonio Conte’s team in EFL Cup fourth round Follow all the latest scores from England, Scotland and Italy Email tim.hill@theguardian.com or tweet @timmyhilleh 7.08pm BST Reasonably strong teams from both sides . West Ham swap Darren Randolph for Adrian, and bring in Aaron Cresswell for Simone Zaza, but otherwise it looks the same team that beat Sunderland at the weekend. Youngsters Aina, Chalobah and Batshuayi get a place in Chelsea’s starting XI; Diego…

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Premier League: 10 talking points from (almost) the final day of the season

Olivier Giroud continues to polarise opinion, Chelsea face a summer of change, West Ham need a new striker and Jordan Henderson should not start in Basel Related: The Dozen: the weekend’s best Premier League photos Related: Mauricio Pochettino apologises to Tottenham fans for Newcastle shambles Continue reading…

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Premier League 2015-16 fans’ verdicts part two: Newcastle to West Ham

Featuring: Praise for gallows humour; Stoke’s dramatic slump; and Sunderland’s annual production of The Great Escape Part one: Arsenal to Manchester United Related: Where did it go wrong for Newcastle this season? Fans react to their relegation Related: Ronald Koeman urges Southampton to show ambition as contract talks loom Related: Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend Related: Mauricio Pochettino drinks in wise words from his inspiration Alex Ferguson Related: Quique Sánchez Flores was no longer the answer…

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PREMIER LEAGUE: Potential West Ham United lineup to face Watford

In-form West Ham travel to Watford on Saturday – here is the XI they could most likely field

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PREMIER LEAGUE: Potential Watford lineup to face West Ham United

Watford play host to in-form West Ham this weekend – this is the XI they could field

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Soccer-Allardyce wants Sunderland to heap misery on Martinez again

Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce has urged his side to heap misery on his Everton counterpart Roberto Martinez, just like they did last season when they ran out 2-0 winners at Goodison Park. Sunderland, who picked up their first Premier League win against bitter rivals Newcastle United at the weekend, travel to Goodison Park on Sunday to take on an Everton side sitting seven points above them in 11th place.

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Soccer-Players should take responsibility not managers, says Defoe

Sunderland’s fate is in the hands of the players and not the manager, striker Jermain Defoe said after the club’s woeful form led to Dick Advocaat’s departure just eight Premier League games into the season. The Black Cats are rooted to the bottom of the table after nine games and are the only team yet to win this season after losing Sam Allardyce’s first game in charge during the weekend. Defoe has already seen three …

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend | Toby Moses

Arsenal’s resilient backbone, a Pulis reunion with Stoke, Chelsea’s crunch clash with Manchester United, and much more 1) Arsenal’s resilient backbone will dash Fulham hopes of an upset When Fulham travelled to the Emirates last season Arsenal let a two-goal lead slip, before eventually salvaging a 3-3 draw . Arsène Wenger’s side came close to doing something similar in Monday night’s 2-1 victory at Villa Park , but the resilient backbone they have developed over the last 18 months held firm. Much of the credit for that has gone to…

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Tomkins targets Anfield surprise

James Tomkins is determined to get something from Saturday’s Barclays Premier League trip to Liverpool

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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 Liverpool 46
2 Leicester City 38
3 Manchester City 32
4 Chelsea 29
5 Manchester United 24
6 Wolverhampton Wanderers 24
7 Tottenham Hotspur 23
8 Sheffield United 22
9 Arsenal 22
10 Crystal Palace 22
11 Newcastle United 22
12 Brighton & Hov… 19
13 Burnley 18
14 Everton 17
15 AFC Bournemouth 16
16 West Ham United 16
17 Aston Villa 15
18 Southampton 15
19 Norwich City 11
20 Watford 9

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