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Chelsea crowned Premier League champions

Jose Mourinho's Chelsea beat Crystal Palace 1-0 at Stamford Bridge to win their fifth league title. This is Mourinho's third title with the club.

Blue moon sets as Reds rise at Old Trafford

A dominant Manchester United ended derby drought in the 169th Manchester derby while Man City lose their fourth consecutive game away from home.

Arsenal's title challenge boosted as Chelsea lose main striker

With just seven weeks remaining in the season, Chelsea will be without Diego Costa for crucial games against Manchester United and Arsenal.

Rooney & Toure's eye for goal can redefine the Manchester derby

In terms of overall significance, Yaya Toure and Wayne Rooney’s decisive Manchester derby goals in 2011 shaped their individual pathways.

Op-Ed: Why HarryMania should be handled with patience and caution

It took approximately 79 seconds for a boyhood dream to become reality. As Harry Kane peeled towards the far post to attack Raheem Sterling’s lofted cross, millions watching across the world — including the thousands at Wembley — anticipated a goal.

Southampton's left side attacks & pace upfront frustrates Chelsea

When Chelsea drew Southampton at St. Mary’s earlier this season, the main theme throughout focused on Ronald Koeman’s decision to move Sadio Mane into a central position.

Mourinho's Chelsea stick to the basics to down Spurs

In a week where English teams were severely exposed on the European stage, Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea displayed a template worth replicating in the club’s Capital One Cup triumph over Spurs.

Liverpool's clinical finishing punish Southampton at St. Mary's

When Liverpool narrowly defeated Southampton on the opening weekend of the season, many were quick to seal Ronald Koeman’s fate.

Chelsea's direct attacks edge Martinez's cautious Everton

Chelsea's victory over Everton at Stamford Bridge served as the antithesis of their initial highly entertaining clash at Goodison Park.

Spurs fall victim to Liverpool's right-sided onslaught at Anfield

In terms of overall quality, there was a vast contrast between last weekend’s Merseyside and North London derby, but Spurs’ visit to Anfield was always likely to provide goals.

Swansea's direct attacks sink Arsenal at the Liberty Stadium

In a slow-burning match between two sides that focus on ball retention, Swansea came from behind to not only sink, but move ahead of Arsenal in the Barclays Premier League table.

Why Manchester City's underachievement in Europe is unsurprising

The stark contrast between Manchester City’s domestic and Champions League performances has been one of the main oddities throughout Europe in recent years.

Manchester City's width & pace was enough to hold off United

In terms of form, Manchester City and Manchester United headed into Sunday’s derby match at the Etihad Stadium with dissimilar track records.

October: Five things we learned in the Barclays Premier League

Here are the key Premier League conclusions during the month of October. Marouane Fellaini is finally delivering for Manchester United, Liverpool miss Daniel Sturridge, Southampton silence doubters and Aston Villa should be okay.

Stewart Downing is central to West Ham's positive transformation

Some Premier League clubs have encountered difficulties escaping the truisms that represent their style and tactical vision.

September: Five things we learned in the Barclays Premier League

Here are the key Premier League conclusions during the month of September. Mesut Ozil and Frank Lampard make a point, Burnley are slowly slipping away, and Stoke City have found a successful approach moving forward.

Milner helps Man City earn vital point against cautious Chelsea

When two top teams meet in the opening months of the domestic season, there tends to be a hint of caution from both sides, and Jose Mourinho’s starting XI further exemplified that belief.

Danny Welbeck and Arsenal join forces at the right time

Arsene Wenger’s reluctance to please Arsenal supporters with adequate activity in the transfer market remains peculiarly cryptic in the modern era.

Chelsea's new signings shift their dimension at Burnley

Chelsea’s commanding performance at Turf Moor vindicated Jose Mourinho’s reluctance to deem his side title contender’s last season.

Premier League Preview: It's time for Arsenal to push forward

What a difference a year makes. Arsenal supporters were sweating profusely with the Premier League season swiftly approaching, as Yaya Sanogo and Mathieu Flamini were the only players brought into the club on free transfers.

Jack Wilshere needs to make a statement this year

It was a night that left many believing a new English star was born. Following one of the best individual performances since the turn of the millennium –– orchestrated by Lionel Messi –– 12 months prior, Arsenal received an opportunity at retribut

Jose Mourinho outwits Liverpool with a hint of defensive solidity

With both Brendan Rodgers and Jose Mourinho downplaying their respective side’s title hopes throughout the season, a clash at Anfield with two games remaining was destined to leave one manager within touching distance of Premier League glory.

Pellegrini's changes nearly stop lively Liverpool at Anfield

Liverpool and Manchester City both enjoyed a spell of sheer domination in a compelling showdown at Anfield. Brendan Rodgers’ side won the first half, but Manuel Pellegrini’s substitutions sparked a comeback.

Op-Ed: Liverpool's title aspirations sit in their hands

They’re title contenders. With six games remaining Liverpool’s destiny is placed in their own hands. Win all six and they’re champions. Fail to do so, and they risk missing out on their best chance of claiming the one trophy that’s eluded them.

Lively Liverpool force Spurs into defensive errors at Anfield

Tim Sherwood is not an astute tactician, but he surely could have learned from Spurs’ home defeat against Liverpool in December that led to Andre Villas-Boas’ sacking.

Gus Poyet's substitutions not enough to halt Liverpool's hot form

Liverpool withstood Sunderland’s late resurgence and moved within one point of league leaders Chelsea. The hosts dominated majority of the match, but Gus Poyet’s second half changes nearly dented Liverpool’s title surge.

Arsenal break past Spurs, thus ending their top four aspirations

Arsene Wenger’s team selection was predictable due to several injuries within his squad, but in retrospect, the options at his disposal proved to be beneficial.

Title-chasing Liverpool overwhelm Manchester Utd at Old Trafford

Manchester - Steven Gerrard scored two penalties and Luis Suarez added another as Liverpool beat Manchester United in their own back yard at the Theatre of Dreams - Old Trafford - to close the gap on Premier League table-toppers Chelsea to just four points.

Op-Ed: Van Persie's dream move to Manchester United is now a dilemma

Of the many plaudits Robin van Persie has received throughout his lengthy career, it’s shocking to believe that silverware has eluded the Dutch striker.

Liverpool employ pace & defensive organization to thrash Arsenal

Brendan Rodgers' pragmatism has earned significant results against the top-sides in the Premier League, this season. Victories against Everton and Spurs have displayed Liverpool's ability to combine defensive organization with quick, attacking flair.
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Chelsea win their fifth Premier League title
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Footy Snaps
Diego Costa will remain sidelined for Chelsea due to a hamstring injury.
Diego Costa will remain sidelined for Chelsea due to a hamstring injury.
Ben Sutherland
Mesut Ozil s brilliance has been key to Arsenal s recent form.
Mesut Ozil's brilliance has been key to Arsenal's recent form.
Ronnie Macdonald
Hull CIty supporters celebrate the club s promotion to the Premier League.
Hull CIty supporters celebrate the club's promotion to the Premier League.
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