2016 Season

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2016 Schedule
10-9-15, 11th in English Premier League
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1dJames Whittaker

Stoke eager for points vs. West Ham

As the home finale is against Arsenal, the Potters' best chance at making home fans happy could come Saturday against West Ham.

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5dJames Whittaker

Shambolic Stoke slip to defeat at Swansea

Stoke are a shambles and Mark Hughes deserves blame for continually making baffling decisions. Hughes gets 1/10 for the loss at Swansea.

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Hughes, Stoke City rue missed penalty (0:44)
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12dJames Whittaker

Shaqiri and Arnautovic star in Stoke win

Stoke managed to get back to winning ways with a 3-1 victory over relegation-threatened Hull in what was a less-than-convincing performance.

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Hughes: Shaqiri's goal 'icing on the cake' (1:05)
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Silva: Hull needs to improve away (0:47)
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13dPA Sport

Shaqiri stunner seals win for Stoke over Hull

Xherdan Shaqiri's 30-yard strike capped a Stoke victory that eased their relegation fears and left Hull still looking nervously over their shoulder.

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15dJames Whittaker

Stoke fans lose faith in Hughes

Stoke fans have lost faith in Mark Hughes. A parting of the ways may be needed this summer.

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15dGlenn Price

MP calls for Liverpool 'tapping up' review

A leading Member of Parliament has called on the FA to commission an independent review into Liverpool's tapping up of a Stoke City schoolboy.

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18dPA Sport

'No issues' for Butland in comeback game

Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland reported "no issues" as he returned to action 13 months after his last competitive appearance.

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18dThore Haugstad for FourFourTwo.com

Liverpool's new formation fails to fire

Jurgen Klopp wheeled out a 3-5-1-1 system featuring two teenagers and players fielded out of position. And it needed some tweaks to see results.

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19dJames Whittaker

Mark Hughes to blame for defeat

Mark Hughes must shoulder the blame after Stoke grabbed defeat from the jaws of victory in their 2-1 loss to Liverpool.

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20dGlenn Price

Coutinho and Firmino spare Klopp's blushes

It took the introduction of Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino to turn the game in Liverpool's favour, as Jurgen Klopp gambled away at Stoke.

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20dPA Sport

Liverpool fight back to see off Stoke

Goals from Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino dug Jurgen Klopp out of a hole as Liverpool came from behind to beat Stoke 2-1.

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20dGlenn Price

Firmino rested as Klopp switches to 5-3-2

Jurgen Klopp has made three changes for Liverpool's encounter with Stoke, with Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino starting as substitutes.

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21dPA Sport

Hughes: Still time for struggling Imbula

Stoke boss Mark Hughes is set to give record signing Giannelli Imbula one more chance before making a decision on whether to sell him in the summer.

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21dMichael Cox

Cox: Stoke now Prem's most boring team

A trip to Stoke was once feared by all top clubs, but these days there seems little to fear from a visit to the Potteries.

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21dGlenn Price

Stoke seek Liverpool tap-up compensation

On Wednesday, Liverpool were given a two-year academy transfer ban -- with the second year suspended for three years -- and a £100,000 fine.

2016-17 Prem Table

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Chelsea332535+4078
Tottenham Hotspur332283+4774
Liverpool341996+2866
Manchester City331986+2865
Manchester United3317133+2664
Arsenal321868+2460
Everton3416108+2358
West Bromwich Albion3312813-344
Southampton3211714-540
Watford3311715-1740
Stoke City3410915-1339
Crystal Palace3411518-838
AFC Bournemouth3410816-1438
West Ham United3410816-1538
Leicester City3310716-1337
Burnley3410618-1636
Hull City349619-3133
Swansea City349421-2931
Middlesbrough3451217-1927
Sunderland335622-3321

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-13Tied-11th
Goals Scored37Tied-15th
Assists2117th
Goals Conceded5012th