2016 Season

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2016 Schedule
5-6-21, 20th in English Premier League
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1hESPN staff

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.

Agnew: Boro must beat Sunderland (0:36)
Moyes' birthday wish for Sunderland (1:51)
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21hPA Sport

Watmore could need more surgery - Moyes

Sunderland midfielder Duncan Watmore may need a second operation on his injured knee after suffering discomfort on his return to light training.

Are Hull the best bet to stay in the Prem? (3:27)
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2dColin Randall

Last Rites for Sunderland

Sunderland vs. Boro might have been a relegation decider but now has little more at stake than avoiding the added humiliation of finishing bottom.

Hull, Swansea show fight (2:15)
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9dESPN staff

Berbatov held talks about Sunderland move

Dimitar Berbatov has told Sky Sports that he held talks about a move to Sunderland and is keen to find himself another Premier League club.

Swansea falling apart at the wrong time (3:21)
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10dESPN staff

Moyes: Fine margins cost me at Man United

Sunderland boss David Moyes defended his record after sections of the club's own fans turned on him during a 2-2 Premier League draw with West Ham.

Moyes sees improvement from Sunderland (0:35)
Bilic: West Ham needed to punish Sunderland (1:13)
Premier League relegation roundup (1:32)
Borini: Sunderland needed three points (1:15)
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13dColin Randall

Moyes must go down fighting

Sunderland are all-but down but if David Moyes wants to be the man to rebuild them, he and his side must show fight between now and May.

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13dESPN staff

Sunderland lose Larsson red card appeal

Larsson was dismissed just before the break for a challenge on Ander Herrera and United went on to win 3-0 at the Stadium of Light.

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16dPA Sport

Sunderland to appeal Larsson red - report

Sunderland intend to appeal against the red card shown to Sebastian Larsson in Sunday's 3-0 defeat to Manchester United, PA Sport reports.

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16dColin Randall

Moyes can't lift abject Sunderland

Sunderland's winless, goalless slide towards relegation continued when Manchester United strolled to a 3-0 victory and David Moyes seems powerless.

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17dIain Macintosh

Relegation might be good for Sunderland

Iain Macintosh: As Sunderland slide joylessly toward relegation, the mood among fans is that dropping out of the Premier League might actually help.

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17dMark Ogden

Ogden: Mourinho gives Shaw a break

Mark Ogden: Sunderland aren't the best opponent, of course, but Luke Shaw's strong display brought a much-needed positive response from Jose Mourinho.

2016-17 Prem Table

Tottenham Hotspur322183+4671
Manchester City321976+2864
Manchester United3217123+2663
West Bromwich Albion3312813-344
Stoke City3410915-1339
Crystal Palace3311517-738
AFC Bournemouth3410816-1438
West Ham United3410816-1538
Leicester City3210715-1237
Hull City349619-3133
Swansea City349421-2931

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-3220th
Goals Scored2619th
Goals Conceded5816th