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  • Chelsea stretch lead with victory over Swansea

    Chelsea stretch lead with victory over Swansea

    Reuters
    Chelsea stretch lead with victory over Swansea

    (Reuters) - Chelsea stretched their lead at the top of the Premier League to 11 points with a 3-1 victory over a resolute Swansea City side at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. Antonio Conte's team looked in danger of a third draw in four league games when Fernando Llorente cancelled out Cesc Fabregas's early goal but Pedro and Diego Costa secured victory, producing a clean sweep of goals by Spanish internationals. Chelsea, beaten only once in 20 matches in all competitions, have 63 points from 26 …

  • Former clubs torment Moyes as Everton beats Sunderland 2-0

    Former clubs torment Moyes as Everton beats Sunderland 2-0

    Associated Press
    Former clubs torment Moyes as Everton beats Sunderland 2-0

    LIVERPOOL, England (AP) — Sunderland manager David Moyes retained his unwelcome habit of losing against former clubs as Everton beat the Black Cats 2-0 in the English Premier League on Saturday. …

  • Keane from villain to hero as Burnley claim rare away point

    Keane from villain to hero as Burnley claim rare away point

    AFP News
    Keane from villain to hero as Burnley claim rare away point

    Michael Keane gave away a penalty but then redeemed himself with Burnley's equaliser in a 1-1 draw at struggling Hull City in the Premier League on Saturday. Tom Huddlestone's 72nd-minute spot-kick gave Hull the lead but Keane quickly equalised for the visitors. Burnley finished the game with 10 men after Ashley Barnes' late sending-off and the result leaves them without a win on their travels this season. …

  • Premier League: Marco Silva blames lack of focus as Hull remain in drop zone

    Premier League: Marco Silva blames lack of focus as Hull remain in drop zone

    Omnisport
    Premier League: Marco Silva blames lack of focus as Hull remain in drop zone

    Despite dropping vital points at home to Burnley, Marco Silva has insisted Hull City still believe they will avoid relegation. …

  • Allardyce's Crystal Palace edge Middlesbrough in relegation scrap

    Allardyce's Crystal Palace edge Middlesbrough in relegation scrap

    AFP News
    Allardyce's Crystal Palace edge Middlesbrough in relegation scrap

    Former England boss Sam Allardyce oversaw just his second Premier League win in nine games as Crystal Palace edged relegation rivals Middlesbrough 1-0 at Selhurst Park on Saturday. Injury ravaged Palace started the day level bottom with Sunderland on 19 points, but climbed clear of the drop zone by leapfrogging Hull, Leicester and Boro as they snapped a five home-game losing streak. The goal itself came from an unlikely source as Dutch left-back Patrick van Aanholt, part of a a shaky Palace …