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United exceeding expectations but Liverpool will be the real test
It is eight years since Manchester United sat at the top of the Premier League at this stage of the season and while manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is steering clear of euphoria, there is clearly a sense that he has turned the corner with his team.
Everton wants answers after Man City game postponed due to COVID
Everton is seeking “full disclosure” regarding the COVID-19 outbreak at Manchester City which resulted in their Premier League game being postponed on Monday.
Leicester, Southampton, Villa hint at shake-up at top of Premier League
Eight rounds into a Premier League season is usually a sufficient period for the big guns to start gathering near the top of the table and for the surprise early pace-setters to be on their inevitable slide.
Klopp, Guardiola urge Premier League to allow five substitutes
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said it is "necessity" for clubs to have five substitutes per match in the Premier League, while Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola labeled the current three sub limit a "disaster."
Liverpool, United leading radical English football reform plans
Liverpool and Manchester United are leading radical proposals for the reform of English football.
Liverpool, United lick wounds after humbling Premier League defeats
Liverpool became the first reigning English champion to concede seven goals in a league match since 1953 and Manchester United was thrashed 6-1 as inquests started after a humiliating day for England's two most successful clubs.
Debutants impress as slick Arsenal wins at Fulham
Debutants Gabriel and Willian impressed as Arsenal blew away promoted Fulham in the opening game of the Premier League season.
Back to the 70s as Liverpool faces Leeds in Premier League opener
Leeds United has waited 16 long years to return to the Premier League and Marcelo Bielsa's side will get a very clear reminder of what it is now up against when it faces champion Liverpool at Anfield in Saturday's season opener.
Premier League may see reduced crowds into next year, government adviser says
Sporting venues in England are unlikely to get the green light to fill to capacity this year and the entire 2020-21 Premier League season could be played in front of reduced crowds, a senior British government adviser said.
European football, survival up for grabs in Premier League finale
The Premier League will finally reach the end of its longest season on Sunday with plenty still on the line at both ends of the table.
No teething problems as Bielsa takes Leeds to the top
He watches matches perched on a bucket, lives in a one-bedroom flat above a shop and holds his staff meetings in a local Costa coffee shop.
Premier League admits VAR blunders
The Premier League admitted that VAR got penalty decisions wrong in all three matches on Thursday, as frustration mounts over the use of the technology in the English top-flight.
Liverpool wins Premier League title with seven games to spare
Thirty years of hurt came to an end for Liverpool when it was confirmed as Premier League champion on Thursday courtesy of second-placed Manchester City’s 2-1 defeat by Chelsea.
Premier League's international appeal faces coronavirus test
When the 100 day-wait for Premier League football comes to an end on Wednesday, the anticipation will be felt as keenly in Mumbai and Beijing as in Manchester and Birmingham.
Player names to be replaced by 'Black Lives Matter' when Premier League resumes
English Premier League players will pay tribute to worldwide anti-racism movements by wearing shirts with the words “Black Lives Matter” on the back during the opening round of fixtures at the season’s restart, British media reported on Thursday.

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