Is anybody going to get sacked at all this season? The pressure has eased on many but Vincent Kompany and Paul Heckingbottom are increasingly vulnerable.
Premier League giants Arsenal will host rivals Liverpool in a blockbuster third-round FA Cup tie next month, while there will also be a Tyne-Wear derby.
Neither Jurgen Klopp or Roberto De Zerbi can whine about the festive programme this year, but Mauricio Pochettino and Gary O’Neil might be entitled to feel aggrieved…
Arsenal have been different this season, but their win over Wolves sparked memories of last term’s rip-roaring Gunners. While at Burnley, Sheffield United started as they apparently meant to go ...
Burnley thumped Sheffield United in a 5-0 victory, securing their first home win of the season and leapfrogging the Blades, who are staring relegation in the face.
Everton: Burnley, Leeds United, Leicester to ‘withdraw’ £300m threat; new ‘settlement’ plan revealed
According to reports, Burnley, Leeds United and Leicester City are ‘to withdraw their planned claim for compensation’ against Everton.
Here are our Premier League predictions for gameweek 14 as we take on Robbie Savage, who has backed Manchester City to hammer Tottenham…
Paul Heckingbottom insists it is “irrelevant” to ponder the impact Sander Berge could have made for Sheffield United.
In a desperate attempt to win back fans after our over-rated version, here is the most under-rated player at each Premier League club.
Can Ange Postecoglou really go to Manchester City without making compromises? It’s a six-pointer weekend for Vincent Kompany and Burnley, while Newcastle host Manchester United…
This has been the season of the injury crisis but Newcastle and Spurs are taking the joke too far, with Liverpool and Arsenal both roughly mid-table.
The rules are simple here; it’s the regular (eight Premier League starts or more) who has the lowest ranking so far this season.
The second-worst Premier League start of all time can’t get Vincent Kompany the sack from Burnley. Would defeat to the Blades?
What every Prem club needs in the January transfer window: Goalscorers in high demand and short supply…
Centre-forwards look likely to be most in-demand in January, with Man Utd, Chelsea and Newcastle all in need. Here’s what every Premier League club needs most in the next transfer ...
With the Premier League campaign now 13 matches deep, we have some big statistics for you to indulge in. We have the leaders across 19 metrics.
Forget the league table, it’s all about the Premier League net spend table. And Chelsea, Man Utd and Arsenal are ahead of the other 17 after the summer transfer window…
We’ve got a nifty new tables tab on the site and we got lost in them for an hour or two. Here’s some interesting stuff we found, including Man City ...
Spurs are the new plaything of Sky Sports and TNT but Arsenal top them in a TV table too, with Manchester United ahead of Manchester City and Liverpool.
Manchester United are among the clubs already leaning heavily on teenagers through injury crises or problems with form. Some other teams should follow suit.
Premier League winners and losers: Garnacho, Arteta and Liverpool impress as Chelsea and Big Ange flop
Congratulations go to Alejandro Garnacho for scoring the second best goal of the weekend. There’s kind words for Mikel Arteta and Rob Edwards, while Big Ange and Chelsea need a ...
We have picked a player for every Premier League club who has performed at an unexpectedly high level this season, much to the delight of their managers.
Burnley led with 86 minutes played at Turf Moor but two late goals saw West Ham leave their hosts rooted to the foot of the Premier League table.
Another international break has come to an end, so we are back with our Premier League predictions, taking on Robbie Savage once again.
Burnley boss Kompany insists the pressure of managing in the Premier League motivates him and says the clash against West Ham is not a ‘must-win’ game.
Everton ‘file official complaint’ as ‘board rage’ at £300m decision with club at risk of ‘financial crisis’
According to reports, Everton have ‘filed an official complaint over their £300million legal case’ involving Burnley, Leeds United and Leicester City.
Here’s every Premier League player on international duty in November and how they got on. Results, goals, assists, and minutes played, mainly.
Simple qualification rules. Zero full international caps. Can have been in squads and even on the bench. Unless they’ve got a cap, they’re eligible.
Chelsea and Man United’s missing strikers: Every Premier League club’s worst transfer mistake of 2023
We’ve been nice to everyone about their best transfer decision of the year, so it’s time to get back on brand and have a pop at the mistakes. That’s better.
We’ve ranked every Premier League club by the number of England caps their players have earned. Manchester United have over 200 more than any other side…
We have completely subjectively picked the most overrated player from all 20 Premier League clubs. What a way to make yourself hated by every fan base, eh?