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West Brom's defensive solidity frustrates Liverpool in draw

West Bromwich Albion manager Tony Pulis praises his team's effort against Liverpool, and believes it's great for them to secure a point.

West Brom's 0-0 draw with Liverpool saw Tony Pulis' side return to the kind of defensive solidity that was the hallmark of the early part of his tenure, but had been missing for the previous two homes games.

Albion shipped seven goals in defeats to QPR and Leicester, which was totally out of keeping with previous displays at the Hawthorns. West Brom's clean sheet in the 2-0 win at Crystal Palace last weekend was a step in the right direction defensively, but the performance against Liverpool was...

Hull intensity brings massive win in excellent team performance

Dame N'Doye netted twice for Hull City, but the team played as a one.

If every season has its defining fixtures, those days that can alter the course of a campaign, Hull City will hope one of theirs arrived at Selhurst Park on Saturday. After six winless games had ratcheted up the pressure in the final straight, along came the victory that Steve Bruce and his side so desperately sought.

A 2-0 win over Crystal Palace, thanks to a brace from Dame N'Doye, has no rival for significance in this troubled term. A day that could have seen the 16th-placed Tigers slide into...

 By Jim Daly

Hull City loss proves Crystal Palace players are already on holidays

Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew was not completely happy with how the match between his side and Hull City was officiated, including the determined amount of stoppage time.

The only thing missing at Selhurst Park on Saturday was a sandcastle and a towel. That's because the Crystal Palace players are already on the beach enjoying their summer holidays. A defeat to Hull City that lacked any sort of intensity makes it two losses to fairly poor teams within the space of a week (after going down 2-0 at home to West Bromwich Albion seven days previously). The Eagles' season is in danger of petering out like a badly built bonfire.

After a brilliant 2015 in which Palace secured...

Diego Costa to score in Chelsea win over Leicester? Liverpool find form?

The ESPN FC team react to Chelsea's goalless draw with Arsenal, where Paul Mariner explains Jose Mourinho's side should've scored a few goals, but failed to convert their chances.

Chelsea to shut out Leicester

Ten points clear with five games to go, the Premier League title may be all but Chelsea's but there is still work to be done and Wednesday's visit to Leicester will not be the walk in the park it might have been earlier in the season.

Four wins in a row have taken Leicester out of the bottom three but they still need points and will be desperate to get a result. Chelsea's striking problems have been well documented but though Loic Remy will miss the game and Didier...

Swansea's record 50-point haul means Garry Monk can look to the future

Swansea City manager Garry Monk says he's proud of the team, and believed his side could achieve something special at the end of the season.

At the third time of asking, Swansea finally set a new club record for Premier League points on Saturday. The Swans 3-2 win over Newcastle brought the team's tally to 50 for the season, three better than the previous record high of 47, set in 2011-12 under Brendan Rodgers.

Manager Garry Monk was club captain during that campaign, and on the early evidence looks like he might be a better manager than he was a player. When the rookie boss first took over following Michael Laudrup's mid-campaign dismissal...

 By Mark Lovell

Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich can dominate for years to come

The ESPN FC crew discuss Bayern Munich winning their third straight Bundesliga title.
Bayern Munich all but mathematically wrapped up their 25th Bundesliga title, thanks to a 1-0 win over Hertha Berlin.

Congratulations to Bayern Munich who are now Bundesliga champions for the 2014-15 season. German football's worst kept secret for months was finally confirmed after Bayern's narrow 1-0 win at home on Saturday evening against Hertha Berlin coupled with Wolfsburg's defeat at Borussia Monchengladbach the next day ensured the title race (that never was) is over.

Many pundits hoped in vain that Bayern's potentially fatigued World Cup stars would struggle in the immediate aftermath of their glorious exertions...