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Aston Villa almost safe under Sherwood but there's still work to do

Tim Sherwood labelled his Aston Villa side 'heroic' after their win over Everton.

When Tim Sherwood was appointed Aston Villa manager in February, he maintained that six wins would be required in order for the club -- then in the bottom three -- to escape relegation.

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Saturday's excellent 3-2 victory over Everton was number four and the way the Premier League table stands, Sherwood's initial assessment will be spot on. Villa probably will have to win two further matches to stay up.

Continue playing like they have in the last few weeks and Sherwood's side are more than capable...

Swansea defeat highlights Stoke flaws to give Hughes plenty to ponder

Stoke boss Mark Hughes bemoaned his side's lack of attacking quality in their defeat at Swansea.

Stoke seemingly conceded the battle for eighth place, losing against Swansea 2-0 in a game that exposed a number of the side's frailties and priorities that must be addressed in the close season.

Not for the first time this term, manager Mark Hughes made a number of changes to the side as he continues to search for his best starting XI with no fewer than four new faces coming back into the side.

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The most significant change was Jack Butland coming in for the uncharacteristically error-prone Asmir...

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West Ham move closer to 50 points to boost Sam Allardyce

West Ham boss Sam Allardyce reflects on his side's 1-0 win over Burnley and admits they should have won by more.

West Ham secured their first home and away double of the season and completed their second successive clean sheet in a 1-0 victory over bottom of the table Burnley on Saturday.

It wasn't a convincing victory and Sam Allardyce might have to thank referee Jon Moss for producing a red card for Michael Duff, meaning Burnley had to battle on for 70 minutes with 10 men. It says much for the bottom of the table Clarets that they never looked a man short.

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The Hammers were celebrating 50 years since their...

 By Lee Roden

Rakitic, Busquets and Iniesta providing perfect platform for Barcelona

ESPN FC's Mark Donaldson recaps Barcelona's 8-0 thrashing of bottom-side Cordoba.

When Barcelona's strikers score six goals in one game it is easy to overlook what happened in the other lines of the pitch. But beyond the latest affirmation of their firepower up front, the Blaugrana's 8-0 win over Cordoba was another reminder of the estat de gracia -- state of grace, in Catalan -- that the midfield is currently experiencing.

Unlike the strikers, it has taken a while for them to reach optimum performance levels. The men in the middle arrived fashionably late to the party, initial...

 By Jamie Smith

Burnley's looming relegation raises questions about Sean Dyche

Burnley face an uphill battle to preserve their Premier League status after their 10 men slipped to defeat at West Ham.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche sarcastically stated that he believes everybody in the stadium was shocked by the decision to send off Mike Duff with a red card.

Burnley were effectively relegated from the Premier League on Saturday thanks to a 1-0 defeat at West Ham, the fourth game in a row they have lost by the same narrow scoreline.

Sean Dyche's side have tried hard but they lack quality in the final third and barring a miracle they will make an immediate return to the Championship. Dyche is fond of saying that "maximum effort is the minimum requirement," but working hard has not been enough to save them.

They have scored only once in their last nine...

 By Chris Wright

Royal baby's support sought by PSG after princess is born

In non-football news that was near-impossible to avoid, the Duchess of Cambridge gave birth to a girl on Saturday.

And the clamour to be the royal baby's club of choice has already begun, with Ligue 1 leaders Paris Saint-Germain doing their best to get the princess' backing.

PSG presented the #RoyalBaby with her very own mini kit on a red plush cushion.

The club tweeted: "Welcome your highness, instead of the London teams, pick the one that will rule your era."