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2hMark Worrall

Moses 9/10, Morata 5/10 vs. Burnley

Victor Moses was Chelsea's star in a 2-1 win vs. Burnley, playing a direct role in both goals, while Alvaro Morata's troubling profligacy persisted.

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2hMattias Karen

Wenger: Prem 'conservative' on VAR, standing

Arsene Wenger has criticised the Premier League for being too conservative after it has balked at implementing both VAR and safe standing.

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2hMattias Karen

Wenger: Vieira could succeed me one day

Vieira is head coach of MLS side New York City FC, but Wenger warned that it would be a big step from the MLS to the Premier League.

Who's to blame for Chelsea's failed season? (3:10)
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2hESPN staff

Klopp: Bayern never called, no BVB return

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says Bayern Munich never contacted him about becoming their next coach because it would have been "complicated."

Leicester City 0-0 Southampton: Spoils shared (1:20)
Burnley 1-2 Chelsea: Chelsea five points from 4th (1:44)
Moses restores the lead for Chelsea (1:02)
Fortuitous finish by Barnes brings Burnley level (1:09)
Morata misses golden chance to double Chelsea's advantage (0:32)
Kevin Long's own goal gifts Chelsea the lead (1:00)
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4hPA Sport

Hodgson insists Palace won't sell Benteke

Roy Hodgson has dismissed reports of Crystal Palace seeking to sell Christian Benteke and also insisted that they intend to keep Wilfried Zaha.

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6hTom Adams

Empty seats underline Arsenal's Wenger problem

Arsene Wenger remains adamant there's no fan interest problem at Arsenal but the empty seats these days at the Emirates tell a much different story.

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Salah: All finalists deserve to win POTY

Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah, considered the favourite to be named PFA Player of the Year, said all of the other candidates deserve to win it.

Prem Standings

Manchester City332832+6887
Manchester United342356+3974
Tottenham Hotspur342086+3568
Leicester City34111112+244
Newcastle United3311814-741
AFC Bournemouth3591115-1738
Brighton & Hove Albion3481214-1536
West Ham United3381114-1835
Huddersfield Town349817-2735
Crystal Palace3481016-1834
Swansea City338916-1933
Stoke City3461018-3328
West Bromwich Albion3441218-2524