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BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
2 Tottenham 13 9 3 48
3 Arsenal 14 6 5 48
4 Man City 14 5 6 47
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

William Carvalho seals new deal to stay at Sporting until 2020

Portugal international William Carvalho has agreed a new deal with his club Sporting.

William Carvalho has signed a contract extension with Sporting Lisbon until 2020, the Portuguese club announced on Tuesday.

The new deal ties the midfielder to Sporting for an additional two years.

The 23-year-old had been linked to a move to Arsenal during the January transfer window, but Sporting have ensured he will not leave on the cheap by retaining his a €45 million buyout clause.

"I am very happy for the vote of confidence that Sporting CP have given me once more," Carvalho told the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Mesut Ozil 'vital' to Arsenal's title chances - Tomas Rosicky

ESPN FC's Craig Burley believes that February will be a crucial month for Arsenal's title hopes.

Arsenal's Tomas Rosicky says Mesut Ozil is "vital" to the Gunners' hopes of winning the Premier League, calling the German a "game-changer."

Ozil has 16 assists to his name during the league this season to go with his six goals, and Rosicky highlighted his teammate's passing ability.

"Mesut was always a special talent and you could see that when he arrived here," Rosicky told Arsenal's official website.

"He was out for some time last season so he couldn't find his rhythm, but now, after playing...

 By PA Sport

Leicester's lead over Spurs, Arsenal, City is tightest Premier League battle

Anthony Richardson recaps an eventful week 25 in the Premier League, where Leicester City continued to defy expectations.

Leicester City may now be favourites to secure a shock Premier League title success but the Foxes cannot rest on their laurels.

The gap of six points separating the top four in the table would be the smallest in the competition's history should it remain unchanged, with Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester City also eyeing the top prize.

Claudio Ranieri's Leicester have lost just twice this season and are five points clear at the summit -- but face a tricky trip to the third-placed Gunners on Sunday.

Spurs...