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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Manchester United increased their nearly unassailable lead at the top of the Premier League, as Manchester City were outclassed by Everton.
Aston Villa were the winners towards the bottom of the table after a hard fought win at home to QPR.
The weekend's action in the Barclay's Premier League see's crucial clashes at the top and bottom of the League as Everton host Manchester City, Reading travel to Manchester United and Aston Villa and QPR battle near the foot of the table at Villa Park.
Two days after his dramatic collapse on the pitch, Bolton Wanderers mid-fielder Fabrice Muamba is in Intensive Care and remains critically ill. It has been revealed that it took doctors two hours to stabilise his heart and get it beating again.
Football fans and fellow players were left shocked and horrified as Bolton Wanderers midfielder Fabrice Muamba suddenly collapsed to the ground during an FA Quarter Finals match against Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane.