Burnley stun Liverpool

First-half goals from Sam Vokes and Andre Gray gave Burnley a surprise win over Liverpool, who could not recover after some disastrous defending. Nathaniel Clyne gave the ball away for the Clarets' first goal, with Gray finding Vokes to blast home. Steven Defour, on his Burnley debut, was allowed to charge forward

Stats from Saturday’s Barclays Premier League

​Here's a round up of some stats from Saturday's Premier League...  Hull City 2-1 Leicester City Leicester City were the first reigning top-flight champions to lose their opening game of the following league season since Arsenal in 1989/90 - the Gunners lost 1-4 away at Manchester United on August 19, 1989. This was

Alan Pardew soon to be named Palace Manager

Crystal Palace are expected to name Alan Pardew as their new manager later today, according to reports. The struggling Premier League side are keen to get the former Newcastle boss in place before the New Year’s Day match against Aston Villa. Palace have already agreed a compensation package with Newcastle for Pardew

Papiss Cisse accepts FA Charge

Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse has accepted a Football Association charge of violent conduct. Cisse will now serve a three-match suspension which will rule him out of the Magpies' forthcoming fixtures against Burnley, Leicester and Chelsea. The Senegal international had been expected to miss the FA Cup tie against Leicester on Saturday and

Survival battle is ‘So’ tough – Redknapp

QPR manager Harry Redknapp has highlighted the intensity of the battle for Premier League survival with a packed Christmas schedule looming. Rangers currently find themselves languishing in 19th place with fellow newcomers Leicester and Burnley also in the relegation zone - and Redknapp has stressed the difficulties of acclimatising to top-flight

Chelsea ease past Spurs

Chelsea continued their dominant recent record against Tottenham with a 2-0 victory at Stamford Bridge to maintain their six-point advantage at the top of the Premier League. Without a defeat to their London rivals at Stamford Bridge since 1990, and still without a defeat this season, Chelsea bounced back in

Alan Pardew anxious to play Chelsea

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew is looking forward to facing Premier League leaders Chelsea at St. James’ Park on Saturday after watching his side fight back from a goal down to salvage a draw against Burnley last night. Furthermore, Pardew can look forward to the return of key midfield duo Jack

Burnley undefeated in four Premier League games

Burnley stayed undefeated for the fourth straight Premier League game after drawing 1-1 with Newcastle on Tuesday to provisionally move out of the relegation zone for the first time since September. George Boyd put the hosts ahead in the 34th minute at Turf Moor with a strong left-foot shot from 20

Victor Moses out for eight weeks

Stoke City are set to be unable to call upon Chelsea loanee Victor Moses for at least eight weeks after the winger picked up a thigh injury, Sources have reported. The Nigeria international moved to Stoke late in the summer transfer window and has gone on to score one goal in

“The ‘right type’ of target” – Sean Dyche

Burnley Manager, Sean Dyche says they are only in the market for the "right type" of experienced Premier League player in the January window. The Clarets boss insists that it'll be a tough task to find the appropriate personnel to rival his players on their current form after back-to-back wins over

“We can end Chelsea’s unbeaten run” – Gus Poyet

Sunderland boss Gus Poyet believes that his side can end Chelsea’s unbeaten run in the Premier League when the two sides face each other next Saturday. Poyet led his Sunderland side to a 2-1 win over Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea at Stamford Bridge towards the end of last season with Fabio Borini