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  • Pellegrini aims for unbeaten finish after Villa victory

    Pellegrini aims for unbeaten finish after Villa victory

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    Pellegrini aims for unbeaten finish after Villa victory

    Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini believes his team can go through the remainder of the Premier League season unbeaten if they show the same character they displayed in a 3-2 victory over Aston Villa. Saturday's thrilling win at Eastlands, settled by Fernandinho's 89th-minute shot, left City firmly on course for a top-four finish and Champions League football next season. "We didn't play well today (Saturday), maybe it was one of our worst games in possession," said Pellegrini, whose …

  • Transfer Talk: Manchester United boosted in Bale chase

    Transfer Talk: Manchester United boosted in Bale chase

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    Transfer Talk: Manchester United boosted in Bale chase

    Real Madrid have indicated that they might be open to selling the Wales international this summer - get the latest rumours with Transfer Talk …

  • Rodgers ready to concede defeat in top four fight

    Rodgers ready to concede defeat in top four fight

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    Rodgers ready to concede defeat in top four fight

    Brendan Rodgers conceded Liverpool will be hard-pressed to qualify for the Champions League after a 0-0 draw at West Brom dealt a major blow to their bid for a top-four finish. Rodgers' fifth-placed side drew a blank at the Hawthorns and the Reds now sit seven points behind fourth placed Manchester United, who can widen the gap further with a win at Everton on Sunday. With speculation linking Liverpool with a move for PSV Eindhoven's talented young striker Memphis Depay, Rodgers' glaring need …

  • Arsenal aim to redraw lines of Chelsea rivalry

    Arsenal aim to redraw lines of Chelsea rivalry

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    Arsenal aim to redraw lines of Chelsea rivalry

    Chelsea's trip to Arsenal on Sunday has been billed as a Premier League title decider, but in reality it is likely to have more of a bearing on next season. With 11 wins and two defeats since the turn of the year, Arsenal have amassed more points per game in 2015 than any other team in Europe's five major leagues, but still they trail Chelsea by 10 points. Chelsea will be champions if they beat Arsenal and win at Leicester City on Wednesday, but even though defeat on Sunday would probably …

  • Depay inspires 10-man PSV to victory

    Depay inspires 10-man PSV to victory

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    Depay inspires 10-man PSV to victory

    The Eredivisie champions snatched a 3-2 win over struggling Excelsior, while there were also wins for Heracles and Utrecht …