Moreno expects a 'Mourinho special' vs. Chelsea (1:10)
6h
Moreno expects a 'Mourinho special' vs. Chelsea (1:10)
7h
Will Man City's UEFA ban push Sterling to Real Madrid? (1:32)
9h
The Big Australian Quiz! Aaron Mooy and Mat Ryan square off (2:05)
12h
Klopp explains why he responded to young Man United fan (0:45)
14h
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14hRob Dawson

City players committed despite UEFA ban - Pep

Pep Guardiola has said his players remain committed to Manchester City despite the prospect of a Champions League ban hanging over the club.

Jordan Henderson set to miss 3 weeks with injury (0:28)
14h
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15hESPN

Lampard: Chelsea board back Kepa omission

Chelsea manager Frank Lampard has said the club's board back his decision to drop goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga to the bench.

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21hNick Miller

Prem preview: Chelsea vs. Tottenham could get ugly

Both teams are technically in Champions League spots (thanks, Man City). But neither club is playing well, which could make for some poor play.

Steve Nicol says Werner would be a replacement for Salah (1:15)
1d
FIFA 20 Predicts - Chelsea vs. Tottenham (1:53)
2d
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2dStephan Uersfeld

Liverpool transfer link makes Werner 'proud'

Germany striker Timo Werner has said reports that Liverpool are interested in signing him are a cause of pride.

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2dESPN

City fans' anti-UEFA jibes in West Ham win

Manchester City put their UEFA woes behind them with a 2-0 victory over West Ham on Wednesday night.

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3dDale Johnson

Wenger offside law 'impossible' for next season

The boss of the IFAB has told ESPN it is "impossible" for Arsene Wenger's proposed overhaul of offside to be introduced for next season.

Ancelotti: Gomes 'ready' to return against Arsenal (1:52)
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Prem Standings

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Liverpool262510+4676
Manchester City261736+3854
Leicester City261556+2850
Chelsea261259+741
Tottenham Hotspur261178+940
Sheffield United261097+439
Manchester United261088+938
Wolverhampton Wanderers268126+336
Everton2610610-436
Arsenal267136+234
Burnley2610412-934
Southampton269413-1631
Newcastle United268711-1631
Crystal Palace267910-930
Brighton & Hove Albion266911-727
AFC Bournemouth267514-1426
Aston Villa267415-1625
West Ham United266614-1524
Watford265912-1624
Norwich City264616-2418