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Three things we learned from the Premier League

Video Assistant Referee (VAR) was firmly back in the spotlight in the Premier League this weekend as Manchester United and Arsenal...

Pit stop ignites fourth-place Premier League war

Dodgy signings, an unusual break and a fresh outlook leave everything to play for in the final months

Foxes building on a miracle

Almost four years on, Leicester City is one of the big teams and looking better than ever

Are the EPL standings lying to us?

Perhaps not. But it’s scary to think about just how deserving every team is of their current position

Norwich won’t back down

Daniel Farke will hold fast to his strategy and that alone will summon some enthralling football

Five things we learned in the Premier League

The latest round of matches highlighted some potential weaknesses in Liverpool's title challenge after they were held to a draw by Arsenal

The endearing fly on City’s wall

All or Nothing may be the promised land for Cityzen fans, but it’s a bit too sanitised for other teams’ supporters

​Dare we dream the Dream?

We are ever hopeful that one of the underdogs will rise up and claim the ultimate glory

’Tis the season for kicking clever

There’ll be little festive cheer for overstretched players in the English Premier League

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