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Trending: Chelsea tighten grip on title

A brace from Diego Costa helped Chelsea return to winning ways in the Premier League as they beat Southampton 4-2 to go seven points clear at the top.

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22mRob Dawson

How United have improved since last derby

Manchester United are a better, more settled, team than they were in September when they lost to City. But they still need more goals.

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37mRobert Sutherland

Palace enjoying title-spoiling role

Wins over Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool have had a significant influence on the outcome of this season's top four. Tottenham are next.

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FA charges Moyes over 'slap' comments

Moyes was involved in an exchange with BBC Newcastle and Radio Five Live reporter Vicki Sparks after the 0-0 draw with Burnley.

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Arrests made after tax raid on English clubs

British tax authorities have arrested "several men working within professional football" after co-ordinated raids of premises in England.

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2hDan Kilpatrick

Eriksen could play for Barcelona - De Boer

De Boer, who managed Eriksen at Ajax, suggested the Denmark international was ready to leave Spurs.

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2hAdriana Garcia

Sevilla initiate 'contacts' on Navas - Castro

Navas looks set to leave the Etihad Stadium after four years at the club and reports in Spain have said he would welcome a return to Sevilla.

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Conte never worried by Costa's form (1:13)
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3hGlenn Price

Sakho celebration defended by Allardyce

Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce has defended Mamadou Sakho's celebration in Sunday's 2-1 victory over Liverpool.

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3hDavid Mooney and Scott Patterson

Top four at stake in Manchester derby

Thursday's Manchester derby is absolutely massive, with both City and United fighting to secure a Champions League place for next season.

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4hRichard Jolly

What if Pogba had joined Pep's revolution?

Long before returning to Man United, Paul Pogba spoke effusively about Pep Guardiola. How would the Frenchman ever have fit in the Catalan's plans?

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4hMark Ogden

Ogden: City favourites, United underdogs

The last time the Manchester derby was staged on a Thursday, in 1994, United beat City 5-0. The balance of power has changed a bit since.

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Allardyce warns Zaha against 'glory move'

The 24-year-old left Palace for Manchester United in 2013 but never became a regular at Old Trafford, managing just two appearances before moving on.

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Vardy over Arsenal drama - Shakespeare

The striker returns to the Emirates Stadium on Wednesday for the first time since turning down a £20 million move to the Gunners during in 2016.

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