• Big teams stay in the top four - Pogba lays down challenge to Manchester United

    7 days ago - By Yahoo Sports

    Paul Pogba has challenged Manchester United to stay in the Premier League's top four for the rest of the season following their 3-0 win over Fulham. The France international scored twice, either side of a superb solo effort from Anthony Martial, as the Red Devils made it 10 wins in 11 matches in all competitions under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Saturday's win also lifts United into fourth place, two points above Chelsea, who face champions Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday.
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  • Latest Premier League Odds: Manchester City remain title favourites after Chelsea mauling

    Latest Premier League Odds: Manchester City remain title favourites after Chelsea mauling

    8 days ago - By Goal

    Both leading title contenders secured three points over the weekend but bet365 believe it's the holders who are in pole position to defend their crown
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  • Man City better than Arsenal 'Invincibles' & Man Utd Treble winners - Fowler

    8 days ago - By Yahoo Sports

    Manchester City's class of 2019 could be considered the finest side in Premier League history, says Robbie Fowler, with Pep Guardiola's squad better than Arsenal's 'Invincibles' and Manchester United's Treble winners. A record-breaking title triumph was enjoyed by the Blues in 2017-18, as they swept aside all before them. They have returned to the summit this term, while still in the hunt for a possible quadruple, and crushed top-four hopefuls Chelsea 6-0 in their most recent outing.
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  • Man United beats Fulham to move into Premier League's top 4

    8 days ago - By Yahoo Sports

    Manchester United moved into the Premier League's top four by beating Fulham 3-0 at Craven Cottage on Saturday, with Paul Pogba scoring two more goals to continue his resurgence under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Pogba gave United the lead with a blistering shot from a tight angle in the 14th minute and converted a penalty for the third goal in the 65th, taking his tally to eight goals in his last eight league games under Solskjaer. The Norwegian manager has now steered the club to eight wins in nine league games since taking over from the fired Jose Mourinho in December.
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  • Brexit and Premier League transfers: What will leaving the EU mean for Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and co.?

    8 days ago - By CaughtOffside

    Brexit day is fast approaching, with the UK in theory poised to leave the European Union on the 29th of March this year, even though we still don't really have a clue about the manner of our departure.
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