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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
8 West Brom 10 7 8 37
9 Stoke 8 8 9 32
10 West Ham 9 5 11 32
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Stoke hoping for Berahino impact

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Tony Pulis haunts Stoke once more

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 By Nick Miller

Berahino and Pulis stoke the fires in West Brom and Stoke's gripping rivalry

Stoke boss Mark Hughes discusses the leak regarding Saido Berahino's ban.

The most compelling storyline in the Premier League at the moment is not the title race. It's not the relegation battle, with teams that looked dead showing life and some that seemed safe now circling the drain. It's not even whoever Jose Mourinho is arguing with this week.

None of those. The most interesting -- funniest, least dignified, most entertaining, whatever you like -- tale in English football is the squabble between West Brom and Stoke. Usually, clubs prefer to keep their spats relatively...

Bruno Martins Indi excels in drab Stoke win over Crystal Palace

Joe Allen's second half finish gave Stoke a narrow 1-0 victory, adding to Big Sam's relegation woes.
Joe Allen's second half finish gave Stoke the narrow 1-0 victory, adding to Big Sam's relegation woes.
Mark Hughes says it was far from Stoke's best performance, but loved his team's response against a resurgent Crystal Palace.

Three points and a clean sheet against any Premier League team is not to be sniffed at, but Stoke's 1-0 win over Crystal Palace was about as uninspiring as victories get. It was an open game featuring two sides playing well below their collective abilities whose shared game plan was to pick up the second ball off their respective target men.

It led to a relatively uneventful contest with little in the way of goalmouth action but one that was won with a rare departure from long balls forward in favour...