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 By James Tyler

Premier League survival guide: How to stay in football's richest league

The ESPN FC crew give their picks for which teams will get relegated following the 2015/16 Premier League season.

It seems silly to reiterate, but the Premier League is the biggest thing in world soccer, regardless of how you measure it. Money, branding, sponsorship, TV viewing figures or global fans, it doesn't matter: The overall scale is the same. And if you make it into the Prem, you've found El Dorado.

This year, it's the turn of Premier League debutants Bournemouth, third-time-a-charmers Watford and yo-yo club Norwich to have a turn. Through research of the past 10 seasons of failed attempts to avoid...

Premier League managerial turnover unparalleled in U.S. major sports

For fans in the U.S. raised on American football or baseball, the concept of the Sack Race is a foreign one -- both literally and figuratively. In two of America's favourite pastimes, there's an emphasis placed on patience, on stability. Those ideals are conspicuously absent in the Premier League, where it's never too early or late in the season for a club to make a change with their manager.

It was only a year ago that Tony Pulis, less than three months removed from saving Crystal Palace from...

Oxlade-Chamberlain shines, Cech enjoys Arsenal debut in Shield win

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain scored the only goal of the game as Arsenal beat Chelsea 1-0 to win the Community Shield.

Petr Cech enjoyed the satisfaction of a Wembley victory over his former club as Arsenal saw off Chelsea to land the 2015-16 Community Shield.

The win completes a preseason treble for the Gunners, who also lifted the Asia Trophy and the Emirates Cup. It seems that winning is a habit after all.

It was Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain who scored the crucial goal, collecting a pass from Theo Walcott before cutting inside to fire a shot into the top corner with his weaker left foot. Oxlade-Chamberlain scored...

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Wayne Rooney plays for Everton in Duncan Ferguson testimonial

Wayne Rooney came on in the 75th minute for Everton at Goodison Park.

Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney featured for his former club Everton as they fell to a 2-1 loss to Villarreal in Duncan Ferguson's testimonial at Goodison Park with Tyias Browning on target for the Premier League side.

Rooney left Everton in 2004 for Old Trafford having made 67 league appearances for the Toffees, and he made a special appearance back in blue to celebrate Ferguson's Everton career on Sunday.

Alvaro Negredo was on target for Valencia but they suffered...