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Luckless Leicester winless in 13

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Player Ratings: Foolish Olivier Giroud leaves Arsenal hanging on vs. QPR

Olivier Giroud was sent off for clashing with Nedum Onuoha during Arsenal's 2-1 win over Queens Park Rangers.

Arsenal's 2-1 win over QPR was a valuable result but in typical fashion they made life a lot more difficult for themselves. At 1-0 up and completely in control, Olivier Giroud's silly reaction to a Nedum Onuoha foul left referee Martin Atkinson with no option but to send him off. 

Although they doubled their lead with 10 men, a generous penalty brought Harry Redknapp's side back into the game. By the end it was backs to the wall defending that saw the Gunners through.

With a trip to West Ham...

 By Dan Fitch

Player Ratings: Tottenham bailed out by Christian Eriksen's wondergoal

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Erik Lamela goal (71') Leicester City 1-2 Tottenham

This was a game that summed up both Christmas and watching Spurs. Ultimately joyful, it was nevertheless an extremely stressful experience, from which it will take at least a week to recover.

As is the case with most games, Tottenham won 2-1, yet the stark result says absolutely nothing about Leicester's performance. The home side could easily have scored three or four goals, as Spurs' defence struggled to contain them. On this evidence it was hard to believe that Leicester are bottom and struggling...

 By Kevin Palmer

Three Points: Sanchez inspires, Giroud disappoints for Arsenal

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Alexis Sanchez (37') Arsenal 1-0 QPR

A trio of observations on Arsenal's 2-1 win vs. Queens Park Rangers in the Premier League.

1. Arsenal's Alexis dependency

Where would Arsenal be without Alexis Sanchez?

The answer to that question hardly bears thinking about for Gunners boss Arsene Wenger or the club's army of supporters, who once again relied heavily on their brilliant and seemingly tireless Chilean to unlock the door to victory.

Wenger continues to insist his side have not become entirely reliant on a player for whom he paid 35...

Lack of clinical edge, Plan B costs Burnley as Liverpool sneak a win

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Raheem Sterling (62') Burnley 0-1 Liverpool

A failure to take advantage of a string of great first half chances cost Burnley dearly as they undeservedly lost 1-0 to a below par Liverpool at Turf Moor. The Clarets played as well as they have all season before the break but it was once more a case of what could have been as they were strangely flat in front of a sold out crowd in the second half.

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Again, Sean Dyche waited far too late to make any changes and supporters will rightly question why he delayed his substitutions for 15 minutes...

 By David Usher

Player Ratings: Raheem Sterling's winner helps Liverpool edge Burnley

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: Raheem Sterling (62') Burnley 0-1 Liverpool

Raheem Sterling's second half strike gave Liverpool a hard-fought victory over a Burnley side who gave them all they could handle at Turf Moor.

Liverpool were all over the place in the opening half as the Clarets dominated and created numerous chances they were unable to take. The home side was made to pay a heavy price for its wastefulness when Sterling raced clear after the break to put Liverpool ahead. It was a rare moment of attacking quality from the Merseysiders who were unrecognisable from...

 By Ben Jacobs

Luckless Leicester without a win in 13 matches following Spurs defeat

Christian Eriksen's winner for Tottenham denied Leicester a point and stretched their winless run to 13 matches.

Some supporters are starting to think that Leicester could be cursed. The Foxes had a real go against Tottenham, but still left pointless after a 2-1 Boxing Day defeat. It was a pulsating encounter but the visitors were just more clinical.

Manager Nigel Pearson will no doubt cite another spirited display, but Leicester again missed too many chances. Record signing Leonardo Ulloa might have got on the score sheet, but he also missed a header from point blank range. Before that, the Argentine went...