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Premier League: Tottenham vs. Liverpool - live commentarty

Daniel Sturridge will be hoping to make an impact from the bench at White Hart Lane.

Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool make the trip to White Hart Lane as they take on Tottenham in a 12:30 p.m. BST (7:30 a.m. ET) kickoff.

At 3 p.m. BST (10:00 a.m. ET), Watford host Arsenal, Chelsea meet Burnley and Premier League champions Leicester City go head-to-head with Swansea. Then at 5:30 p.m. BST (12:30 a.m. ET), Jose Mourinho's Manchester United look to maintain their 100 percent start at Hull City.

Man United's Jose Mourinho: Grappling rules must be treated consistently

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

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho says he wants referees to implement grappling rules consistently.

New directives have been drawn up to cut out grappling in the box, with referee Mike Dean awarding two penalties for that offence -- one for each side -- during Manchester City's 4-1 win at Stoke City on Saturday. 

Speaking ahead of United's game against Hull City on Saturday, Mourinho said: "My problem with new rules is always the consistency or inconsistency in the decisions.

"If the penalty...

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Guardiola chases City record vs. West Ham, Bravo a new cog in his system

ESPN FC's Ross Dyer and Steve Nicol assess the impact Claudio Bravo will have at Manchester City.
With Joe Hart on the verge of leaving Manchester City, we look at his highs and lows during his time with the club.

Pep Guardiola's opening weeks as Manchester City manager have probably gone smoother than he was anticipating. Sure, his decision to drop Joe Hart and bring in Claudio Bravo from Barcelona has created plenty of headlines, but that's a footnote on his record with the club so far.

On the pitch, his side have been perfect, taking six points from their first two Premier League games and waltzing through to the Champions League group stage thanks to a 6-0 aggregate win over Steaua Bucharest....