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 By Kevin Palmer

Shola Ameobi completes move to Crystal Palace on short-term contract

Shola Ameobi played for Alan Pardew during the manager's time at Newcastle.

Crystal Palace have signed former Newcastle United striker Shola Ameobi on a deal until the end of the season.

ESPN FC revealed on Wednesday that Palace, managed by ex-Newcastle boss Alan Pardew, were favourites to secure his signature despite competition from both West Bromwich Albion and QPR.

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"I have always liked Shola and he was always fantastic for me at Newcastle, so it is great to add...

 By PA Sport

Newcastle boss John Carver says he won't let club 'drift away'

John Carver says he will not allow Newcastle's season to "drift away" after being appointed head coach until the end of the season.

Carver was handed the reins at St. James' Park until the end of the season on Monday, starting with Saturday's Premier League trip to Hull.

Eleventh-placed Newcastle have lost their last three games and failed to win in four as the 50-year-old former assistant manager seeks his first victory at the helm since succeeding Alan Pardew earlier this month.

"I'm delighted...

Prem Forecaster: United won't finish top four, City faces must-win vs. CFC

Manchester United faces an uphill climb to finish in the top four and secure a Champions League spot.
Manchester United faces an uphill climb to finish in the top four and secure a Champions League spot.

Welcome to the second edition of Insider's Premier League Forecaster, an end-of-season table projection fueled by ESPN's Soccer Power Index (SPI), a regression-based algorithm designed to predict soccer matches. SPI simulates the remainder of the season 10,000 times, using the odds of each projected match, with the end result presented in the table below.

If you missed the inaugural version two weeks ago, click here for a primer and the previous table. (Note: The previous table forecast was incorrect due to a projection error. Chelsea, not Manchester City, should have been the projected favorite to win the league leading up to matches Jan. 10.)

With a lull in Premier League action last week due to FA Cup and Capital One Cup matches, in this edition we break down table risers and fallers over the past few weeks and preview what promises to be one of the most important matches of the season: Chelsea versus Manchester City on Saturday.

Here's a look at the latest forecast for all 20 Prem teams, along with breakdowns of the title, Champions League and relegation battles.  

Latest table projection

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 By PA Sport

Newcastle's Moussa Sissoko would consider move to PSG

Moussa Sissoko would prefer to stay in the Premier League.

Newcastle United midfielder Moussa Sissoko has said a move to Paris Saint-Germain would be "difficult things to refuse," but insisted that he wants to stay at St James' Park.

PSG have reportedly expressed an interest in the France international but Sissoko says he would prefer a future in the Premier League.

The news is sure to interest Arsenal, whom Sissoko described as "the club of my heart" earlier this month, while Chelsea are also said to have been tracking his progress.

Sissoko said in an...

 By Ian Holyman

No Newcastle United approach, says St Etienne coach Christophe Galtier

Galteir ended Saint-Etienne's 32-year wait for a trophy this season
Galtier has guided St Etienne to fourth in Ligue 1 despite limited resources.

St Etienne boss Christophe Galtier has told RMC he has not been approached by Newcastle United to become their new full-time coach.

John Carver was confirmed as Newcastle's interim boss until the end of the Premier League season on Monday.

Galtier, 48, has repeatedly been linked with the position at St James' Park following his impressive work at St Etienne, who are currently fourth in Ligue 1, particularly given his club's limited financial resources.

However, the man who was formerly assistant...