The streak is finally over (for now). After over 100 days (164 to be exact), Manchester United are out of 6th place. A 3-1 victory away at Middlesbrough moved them up to 5th place, two points ahead of Arsenal – who slipped to 6th, and four points (with two games in hand) behind Liverpool in 

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In the eyes of many, Arsenal’s £35 million signing Granit Xhaka has had an underwhelming debut campaign in London. Collecting eight yellow and two red cards and sitting out seven games through suspension, he has carried his Bundesliga reputation to England as observers view him as a hothead who hardly bothers about the repercussions of 

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Following a 1-1 draw away in Rostov in the Europa League, it was time for Manchester United to switch attentions to FA Cup. A tricky trip away at Chelsea was steeped in narrative – Mourinho returning to Stamford Bridge, Chelsea gunning for the double, how United would cope without the suspended Ibrahimovic, and whether the 

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FA Cup semi final, FA Cup final, Community Shield, and now the EFL Cup final – all four of Manchester United’s recent visits to Wembley have resulted in victory by a one-goal margin, and also resulted in three trophies in less than a year. On this occasion, it was the club’s prime time player Zlatan 

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After a comfortable 2-0 win vs Watford on the 11th of February, Manchester United, as the pph sportsbook confirms, would go 3 weeks without a Premier League match – it was time for the Europa League round of 32, the FA Cup 5th round, and the EFL Cup Final. The first two competitions were negotiated safely 

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It is Groundhog Day again. Sitting 10 points behind Premier League leaders Chelsea and on the cusp of the seventh successive round-of-16 exit in the Champions League, Arsenal’s season is already over although almost four months of competitive football has yet to be played. The Arsenal supporters, even a considerable number of those who had 

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A day which saw great progress at Old Trafford – United moving out of 6th (yes, actually), but then moving back to the place they have occupied since November. Manchester United’s 2-0 win over Watford, coupled with Liverpool’s win over Spurs by the same scoreline, meant that there were only 2 points separating 2nd and 

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On a weekend where both Liverpool and Arsenal dropped points, it was crucial that Manchester United won away at Leicester. A win would put them one point behind Liverpool and two behind Arsenal – within touching distance of the elusive top 4 position. Manchester United lined up in a changed formation – the increased need 

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September 16th, 36th minute at Stamford Bridge, Jordan Henderson unleashes an unstoppable long range shot and has Thibaut Courtois beaten for the second time of the day. Eight days later, Chelsea lose 3-0 to Arsenal away at the Emirates and plunge into the first crisis of the Conte era. At that point, Chelsea stand ten 

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Despite Arsenal’s dire need of central midfield additions, the winter transfer window largely birthed rumours linking their talisman Alexis Sanchez with an Emirates Stadium exit. The rumours have, in turn, birthed reports suggesting they had already lined up replacements.   Heavily-linked Fresh reports from Telegraph Sports revealed on Friday night that Marco Reus would top 

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Vishakh’s latest “The Manchester Musings” column. Manchester United completed a world-record transfer in the summer of 2016 when they signed Paul Pogba from Juventus – thoughts quickly turned to who the next big signing would be at Old Trafford. One name that has continued to be linked is Pogba’s fellow countryman and good friend, Antoine 

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Vishakh’s latest “The Manchester Musings” column. Saturday the 21st of January started quite well for United fans worldwide, as rivals Liverpool suffered a shock defeat against Swansea at Anfield. With the late kick-off being Manchester City vs Tottenham, teams were guaranteed to drop more points – a victory at the bet365 stadium in Stoke would 

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Adam’s latest “The Championship Corner” column. From lying bottom of League One in the November of last season to gaining promotion via the playoffs at the end of it, Barnsley know how to do turnarounds. This season’s has been decent too, moving from 17th to 10th following a run of 5 wins from their last 

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Charles’ latest “The Mind of Conte” column. Amid all the speculation around Diego Costa and his future at the club, Chelsea produced a convincing performance away to Leicester last Saturday, which was exactly what the doctor ordered.   3-5-2 vs 3-4-3 In the second clash of the season between both Italian managers, Ranieri decided to 

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