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#Premier League

# premier-league - Monday 1 May, 2017

Man United make history in bittersweet fashion and more Premier League talking points

Plus, could Tottenham dominate English football in years to come?

# premier-league - Sunday 30 April, 2017

'North London is ours' - Alli revels in Spurs' ascendance

Arsenal fans are set to endure plenty of barbs from Tottenham in the coming weeks and the young midfielder was among the first to have his say.

'Mathematically it has to happen once' - Finishing above Spurs never Wenger's target

It is the stick Arsenal fans have used to beat Tottenham with for two decades, but Arsene Wenger claims league ranking is not important.

Highly-rated Man United and Brighton starlets included in Ireland U17 squad for Euros

Lee O’Connor and Aaron Connolly have made the cut for the tournament in Croatia.

Swansea's Fabianski 'furious' with Marcus Rashford dive

The shot-stopper proclaimed his innocence as the English striker won a penalty for the Red Devils against the Welsh outfit

Spurs beat Arsenal to guarantee first finish above Gunners in 22 years

Second-half goals from Dele Alli and Harry Kane earned the hosts a deserved victory.

As it happened: Tottenham v Arsenal, Premier League

Tottenham took on Arsenal with plenty at stake in today’s North London Derby.

Pedro gem moves clinical Chelsea closer to title

Second-half goals from Pedro, Gary Cahill and Willian earned the visitors all three points.

'At the moment we cannot walk from the bed to the toilet': Mourinho frustrated by injuries

Luke Shaw and Eric Bailly limped off as Man United were held by Swansea.

As it happened: Man United v Swansea, Premier League

We followed all the action from the day’s early kick-off at Old Trafford.

# premier-league - Saturday 29 April, 2017

Burnley take vital points as they seal first away win of the season

Ashley Barnes and Andre Gray gave Burnley a 2-0 victory at Crystal Palace.

Sunderland first to go down as 10-year stay in Premier League ends in defeat

Here’s a round-up of this afternoon’s premier league action.

'I've no fear I won't be coming back the same player, there's none of that nonsense'

Staying patient about his return from a broken leg is the biggest challenge facing Seamus Coleman.

The season-ending injury which 'could have been a lot worse'

David Meyler will miss Ireland’s crucial World Cup 2018 qualifier against Austria in June.

Toure taunts United: 'Next year I hope they attack a little bit more'

The Manchester City star had a dig at United’s defensive display at the Etihad Stadium.

# premier-league - Friday 28 April, 2017

Mauricio Pochettino dismisses 'silly' 'St Totteringham's Day'

Meanwhile, it’s been confirmed that Tottenham will play their home games at Wembley for the duration of the 2017-18 season.

Lukaku and co provide Chelsea's biggest stumbling block and the Premier League talking points

There’s also a North London derby on a busy Sunday of football.

Who to back in the North London Derby and more Premier League bets to consider

Plus, Chelsea’s Eden Hazard to be first goalscorer against Everton on Sunday.

With illegal streams on the rise and viewer numbers falling, is it time for a Spotify for sport?

Streaming is doing for football fans what file-sharing once did for music buyers, writes Tommy Martin.

# premier-league - Thursday 27 April, 2017

Mourinho: 'It's a bit of a red card and a bit of a very smart, very experienced Argentinian player'

The Manchester United boss has been speaking about Marouane Fellaini’s sending off.

Ex-Newcastle winger arrested as part of tax fraud investigation

Former midfielder Sylvain Marveaux, who joined Brittany outfit Lorient last year, is among those in hot water.

City left frustrated as 10-man United hold on in Manchester Derby

The race for a top-four spot remains in the balance after tonight’s game at the Etihad Stadium.

How Championship Manager helped pave the way for Jonny Evans' Northern Ireland debut

The centre-back was on loan at Royal Antwerp from Manchester United at the time.

As it happened: Manchester City v Manchester United, Premier League Minute-by-Minute This post contains a poll

As it happened: Manchester City v Manchester United, Premier League

The city rivals met at the Etihad Stadium this evening with fourth place on the line.

# premier-league - Wednesday 26 April, 2017

Sunderland all but relegated after bottom-two battle while late own-goal sees Arsenal take the points

The Gunners beat reigning champions Leicester, and Middlesborough edged past Sunderland.

Eriksen thunderbolt keeps Tottenham's Premier League title hopes alive

The Danish international fired home a spectacular effort from distance on 78 minutes.

Pep Guardiola not interested in Spurs star Alli

Reports have linked Manchester City with a move for 21-year-old Tottenham star.

Joey Barton says he's been forced into retirement after receiving 18-month ban for gambling

The Burnley midfielder is disappointed with the ‘harshness’ of the decision and intends to appeal.

More misery for Moyes as FA charge Sunderland boss over 'slap' remark to female reporter

The Sunderland boss’s comments were deemed to have brought the game into disrepute.

Mourinho: City favourites for top four, not United

We have a Manchester derby tomorrow night.

# premier-league - Tuesday 25 April, 2017

Tottenham star Eriksen talked up for Barcelona move

The Denmark international has been linked with a transfer to Camp Nou after catching the eye in the Premier League.

Pogba might regret leaving Juventus for Man United - Barzagli

The defender thinks his former team-mate would like to have been part of the Turin giants’ good run in the Champions League

Joy for ex-Ireland U21 international as Huddersfield boost Premier League bid

Sean Scannell started, while the Terriers secured a Championship play-off spot at Molineux.

One down, five to go as Chelsea close in on Premier League title

The Blues comfortably overcame Southampton at Stamford Bridge this evening.

'Where's Cork?' How a Liverpool legend ended up in the League of Ireland

Terry McDermott, a three-time European Cup winner, had a short stint with the Rebel Army in 1985.

Chelsea boss Conte disagrees with Fabregas over Hazard advice

The Belgian international needs to be more “selfish” according to his teammate.

Derby defeat would make top four placing 'very difficult', says United's Herrera

The Spaniard can’t play down the importance of the upcoming Manchester derby.

# premier-league - Monday 24 April, 2017

Chelsea's French dynamo Kante named player of year

The former Leicester City midfielder has been in sensational form since moving to London.

# premier-league - Sunday 23 April, 2017

Liverpool boss Klopp admits to having 'a few words' following frustrating defeat to Palace

Christian Benteke’s double consigned the Reds to a 2-1 loss at home to the Eagles, leaving the home coach disappointed at seeing three points slip.