2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
13-7-14, 9th in English Premier League
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5hESPN

LIVE Transfer Talk: Lukaku set for United exit?

Romelu Lukaku could be on the way out of Manchester United after just two seasons, with the club open to offers. Transfer Talk has the latest.

Man City v. Tottenham headlines this week's Prem predictor (2:30)
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4dReuters

Everton's Gomes gets ban, out vs. Man United

Everton midfielder Andre Gomes was suspended for three matches on Tuesday after accepting a Football Association (FA) charge of violent conduct.

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7dReuters

Fulham dent Everton's Europa hopes

Relegated Fulham hit Everton's hopes of Europa League qualification for next season as they beat them 2-0 at Craven Cottage.

Relegated Fulham beat listless Everton (1:09)
'Tough to have any faith' in Arsenal's top-four chances (1:50)
Arsenal drop 3 points in race for top 4 (1:19)
Jagielka puts Everton up on Arsenal with a tap-in (1:00)
Varane destined for Man United? Gabriel Jesus to leave Man City? (1:47)
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19dESPN

Transfer Talk: United on alert over Varane

Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane could be after a new challenge, and Man United are on alert. Transfer Talk is LIVE with the latest.

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19dAssociated Press

Everton looking into alleged Pickford incident

Everton are investigating an alleged incident after video footage that claimed to show goalkeeper Jordan Pickford involved in a street fight.

Everton win comfortably at West Ham (1:19)
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21dReuters

Everton ease past ragged West Ham

Everton scored two first-half goals to cruise to a 2-0 victory at West Ham United on Saturday and climb into the top half of the Premier League.

Barcelona courting Rashford? Coutinho back to Premier League? (1:54)
Premier League top saves of Week 31 (2:04)
Premier League in 90 Seconds: FA Cuppity League Edition (2:18)
Nicol: Chelsea are in need of an overhaul (2:27)
Everton dent Chelsea's top-4 hopes (1:50)
Sigurdsson goal doubles Everton's lead over Chelsea (1:55)
Richarlison heads Everton ahead of Chelsea (1:01)
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42dReuters

Newcastle come from two goals down to beat Everton

Newcastle United produced a remarkable second-half comeback to overturn a two-goal deficit and beat Everton 3-2 for their fifth successive home win.

2018-19 Prem Standings

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Manchester City342824+6586
Liverpool342671+5785
Tottenham Hotspur3422111+2967
Arsenal332067+2666
Chelsea342068+2166
Manchester United331977+1964
Leicester City3414515+147
Wolverhampton Wanderers3313812-147
Everton3413714+246
Watford3313713-146
West Ham United3412616-1042
AFC Bournemouth3412517-1241
Crystal Palace3411617-639
Burnley3411617-1839
Newcastle United3410816-1138
Southampton339915-1536
Brighton & Hove Albion339618-2133
Cardiff City349421-3331
Fulham345524-4420
Huddersfield Town343526-4814

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference27th
Goals Scored46Tied-9th
Assists30Tied-10th
Goals Conceded44Tied-8th