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 Posted by John Culea
6 hours ago

Fantasy follow-up: Week Three

Diego Costa has continued his brilliant start at Chelsea with two goals against Everton.

Outstanding performances

Diego Costa, Chelsea (9.5) Did Costa have a miraculous injury recovery, or were doubts about his fitness managerial gamesmanship? Whatever the case, Costa's two goals give him four for the season.

Nathan Dyer, Swansea (6.2) The midfielder had a brace and has three goals in as many games.

Ramires, Chelsea (6.2) Scored a goal and an assist in the Chelsea battle royale at Goodison Park.

Andreas Weimann, Aston Villa (6.4) Recorded a goal (his second of the season) and ...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
8 hours ago

Clubs scramble for Danny Welbeck as deadline day clicks into gear

It looks like Danny Welbeck will be be leaving Old Trafford on deadline day.

Not long to go now, folks! Under 24 hours, in fact. 'Tis the night before Transfer Talk Christmas, and there are a few interesting early morsels to get us going with...

Black Cats Wel up for a loan

There must be few Premier League clubs Danny Welbeck has not been linked with in recent weeks, and next up are Sunderland.

It's a big deal, though, as the Sun have seen fit to splash it across their back page. They say Manchester United will seek five million pounds from whoever takes the England for...

 Posted by Miguel Delaney
8 hours ago

Five transfer deadline day storylines

ESPN FC's Craig Burley weighs in on the latest wave of transfers to hit the English Premier League.

As the hours count down until the transfer window closes on Monday, there is still much to be done by many clubs in need of squad reinforcements. Here is a look at five stories that could run and run until the very end.

1. Will Manchester United finally get Arturo Vidal?

With the imminent arrival of Daley Blind, Manchester United are saying their business is now probably done ... unless the right deal comes available. That deal, however, is rather specific. Despite the club's repeated denials ...

 Posted by Iain Macintosh
8 hours ago

Heroes and Villains: Premier League week three

This Sunday's Premier League action concluded with an unlikely draw between Arsenal and newly promoted Leicester City, while proceeding that match Liverpool made amends for their previous loss to Manchester City with an emphatic win over Tottenham.

While Everton vs. Chelsea had pretty much everything you could want from a football match, it was a miserable weekend for clubs from Manchester. Here's a look at the best and worst from the Premier League.

HEROES

Diego Costa, it must be said, has settled very quickly into life with Chelsea. With four Premier League goals to his name already, the contrast between the present and the past couldn't be starker. Last season, it took Fernando Torres until mid-January to score that many. It's not that...

 Posted by Rob Train
9 hours ago

Real Madrid's porous defence exposed in trip to Real Sociedad

Two goals from David Zurutuza help Sociedad fight back from 2 goals down to hand Real Madrid their first league loss of the season.

The omens were good for the Real Madrid heading Sunday's match at Anoeta.

Real Sociedad had not got the better of the visitor in San Sebastian since 2004, when Valeri Karpin earned the hosts the narrowest of victories; seven wins and a draw had been gained in the interim. Even without Cristiano Ronaldo, who has found the net in the least three league meetings between the sides, a forward line of James Rodriguez, Karim Benzema and Gareth Bale is a formidable prospect.

But a fairytale start for an...

 Posted by Dan Fitch
10 hours ago

Tottenham suffer reality check from Liverpool

This Sunday's Premier League action concluded with an unlikely draw between Arsenal and newly promoted Leicester City, while proceeding that match Liverpool made amends for their previous loss to Manchester City with an emphatic win over Tottenham.

That boys and girls, was a wake up call.

Having won four games on the spin -- albeit against poor opposition -- it was easy to forget the problems of last season.

Liverpool made sure that everyone was reminded today. Tottenham's pressing style was undone by Liverpool beating them at their own game. Spurs were swamped when in possession and were never in any sort of control of the game.

After the victory over QPR, I emphasised the positives, despite the clear weakness of the opposition. Today the...