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Joselu misses a golden chance for Newcastle (0:39)
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Mourinho insists he didn't hear Lukaku chant (0:52)
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Niasse leads Everton comeback

The three substitutes raised the tempo, changed the course of the match and dragged a spluttering home team from the brink of defeat to victory.

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Conte thanks Chelsea fans for changing Morata chant (0:39)
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5hDan Kilpatrick

Kane: Spurs finding it easier in away games

Spurs have won their opening three away league games for the first time since 1991 after their first win at the London Stadium.

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6hESPN staff

Morata: We sent a message to Prem teams

Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata insists that the club have shown they are in a fight for the Premier League title after dismantling Stoke 4-0.

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Benitez urges Magpies to keep run going

The Magpies headed into the weekend fourth in the table after recording three successive top-flight victories for the first time since 2014.

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8hMark Ogden

Wenger's error in overlooking Evans

Arsenal's failure to push harder for Jonny Evans in the summer of 2016 highlights one of Arsene Wenger's big shortcomings as a manager.

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14hESPN staff

Ozil wants to swap Arsenal for Man United

Mesut Ozil is fed up with life at the Emirates and is ready to swap Arsenal for Man United, while Everton are ready to return for Olivier Giroud.

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16hPA Sport

Dyche wants increased diving punishment

Burnley boss Sean Dyche called for a review of diving protocols after Huddersfield's Rajiv van La Parra took an "unacceptable" tumble.

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18hMattias Karen

Losing Gibbs hurt more than Ox - Wenger

Arsene Wenger says losing Kieran Gibbs this summer hurt more than the departure of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

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Leicester disappointed not to come away with a point (1:13)
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Klopp: Liverpool fought for a result (0:32)
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Silva: Tough, but balanced game vs. Swansea (1:22)
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Hodgson: Palace have been given a headache (0:50)
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Clement: Swansea gifted goals to Watford (1:12)
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Guardiola: Sane didn't deserve to play before (0:59)
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Conte proud of Chelsea's composure (1:18)
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19hPA Sport

Rooney sub tactical, not injury - Koeman

Wayne Rooney's substitution in Everton's win was a tactical decision, Everton boss Ronald Koeman said, and not because of the elbow to his eye.

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Top 5 Premier League Goals of the Day (1:36)
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Hughes laments Stoke's 'catastrophic' defence (0:38)
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Pellegrino: Southampton controlled the game (1:11)
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Mourinho: Man United needed to kill the game off (1:36)
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Howe: Bournemouth's best performance of the season (1:19)