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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Klopp's Tottenham test, Tigers for Mourinho as Wenger battles Hornets

ESPN FC's Ale Moreno and Mark Donaldson predict week 3's Premier League fixtures.

Liverpool's trip to Tottenham is the headline match from the final round of Premier League fixtures before the international break. Jurgen Klopp's men will be looking to bounce back following their shock 2-0 defeat at Burnley last time out.

Elsewhere, Manchester United travel to Hull City, who are surprisingly defending a 100 percent record in the Premier League so far. That's not the case for Leicester, though, with the defending champions hosting Swansea still searching for their first win of...

 By PA Sport

Mark Hughes: Stoke may soon have to give up on Saido Berahino

Mark Hughes is coy as to whether Stoke City will continue their hunt for Saido Berahino or search elsewhere.

Stoke manager Mark Hughes admits he may have to soon accept defeat in their pursuit of West Brom's Saido Berahino.

The Potters have been chasing the 23-year-old for much of the transfer window and had hoped that they could persuade the Baggies to part with a striker who has long tried to engineer a move away from The Hawthorns.

Berahino's deal expires in the summer yet Stoke have been unable to tempt West Brom's new owners to cash in so far and, with less than a week until the window closes, Hughes...

No time for panic, but sense of urgency needed at Stoke ahead of Everton trip

Mark Hughes hopes the new directives for awarding penalties will be followed consistently by Premier League referees.

Having seen his Stoke side beaten 4-1 by Manchester City in their last game, manager Mark Hughes will be disappointed but very much focusing on Saturday's trip to Everton, and with it the possibility of his first win of the season.

Like most of the club's fan base, he'll also be more than aware of the context of his latest defeat in what was just his side's second match of a 38-game campaign. Sadly, much as football has returned, so too have the perennial doom-mongers who greet each slow start...