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Burnley out to limit damage

Burnley 4 minutes ago

Old Lady needs to liven up

Juventus 22 minutes ago

Toffees seek upward trajectory

Everton 51 minutes ago

Faitelson: Work to do with Vela return

Mexico about an hour ago

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America can prove dominance in clasico

America about an hour ago

Horncastle: Title race wide open

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4 minutes ago

Arsenal game is damage limitation for Burnley

Burnley manager Sean Dyche commends his players for a good performance, but laments their lack of clinical finishing.

Burnley fans will head to Arsenal more in hope than in expectation of getting a result on Saturday.

It will be 10 games without a victory if the rock bottom Clarets do not win and they have not looked cut out for the top flight so far. On paper, they are on a hiding to nothing at the Emirates.

It has been a learning experience for everyone at the club, especially manager Sean Dyche, who must change from his preferred 4-4-2 formation to give Burnley any chance of staying up. Burnley have frequently...

 By Mina Rzouki
22 minutes ago

Hyperbole surrounds Juve criticism but Old Lady does require livening up

Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri blasted his side after a 1-0 defeat to Genoa in Serie A.

Juventus have only picked up seven points from the past five games -- "What a disaster," in the eyes of some, but such criticism is hyperbolic. They have still played better than most of the sides they have faced.

The first thing most have said about Massimiliano Allegri's Juve is that they're less intense and the hunger has gone. Intensity can be a beautiful thing and it can lead to trophies as shown by the likes of Juve, Borussia Dortmund and Atletico Madrid, to name a few. However, it can also...

29 minutes ago

Charlie Austin is QPR's in form man -- but should be dropped vs. Chelsea

Queen's Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp tries to play down claims that he is under pressure ahead of his struggling team's match against Liverpool.

Queens Park Rangers should drop their most in-form if they want to get anything out of the match against Chelsea on Saturday.

As ridiculous as it may sound, there is a list of reasons why striker Charlie Austin -- scorer of two superb match-winning goals at home to Aston Villa on Monday night -- should drop to the bench against the club's bitterest rivals.

To get anything from the match on Saturday, Rangers will have to play with one lone striker and pack out the midfield against a Chelsea side...

51 minutes ago

Nothing but a win will do vs. Swansea as Everton seek upward trajectory

Swansea manager Garry Monk says his side's weekend clash with Everton will be a 'tough game'

Everton may be the best (or worst?) example of the openness of the current Premier League season. The defeat at Manchester United at the start of the month stretched the early season form of a side sitting just above the relegation zone to one win in their first seven matches.

Now, though, having won back-to-back league games for the first time since a seven-match winning run in April of last season, Roberto Martinez's side find themselves in ninth place. Should this current streak turn into three...

 By Max Hicks
about an hour ago

Everton vs. Swansea: A heavyweight clash between Lukaku and Bony

Wilfried Bony has started the season in fine form for Swansea and faces Everton's own fearsome striker, Romelu Lukaku, this Saturday.

Having had Federico Fernandez's red card rightfully rescinded (try saying that quickly), Swansea will return to Merseyside this weekend, fresh from the midweek disappointment against Liverpool in the League Cup.

With any luck against Everton, Swansea will finally be allowed to play a football match without being undermined by another farcical decision. Given the opposition -- a newly purposeful Toffees side coached by ex-Swan Roberto Martinez -- the game should be quite the spectacle and neutrals...

about an hour ago

Vela return does not guarantee success for Mexico

For the first time in over three years, Carlos Vela will suit up in <i>la verde</i>.
For the first time in over three years, Carlos Vela will suit up in la verde.

Not a "diamond," not a "jewel," not even a "missing link." Let's just say Carlos Vela is a burning candle that could light up the horizon of his national team.

Mexico's successes and failures in soccer depend on teamwork. There is no one individual player -- regardless of any recognition at the highest levels of soccer in Spain -- who can make an overwhelming difference.

Vela has returned to the Mexican national team, and he brings with him some of the qualities that have made him the best Mexican...