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Andy Edwards

Will Manchester City complete its quest for an unprecedented fourth-straight title?
Whose injury status is up in the air, and who’s hoping to be fit in time for matchweek 34?
Matchweek 34 of the Premier League sees the potential for a dramatic reshaping off the relegation zone, plus Arsenal and Liverpool have opportunities to take advantage of FA Cup-competing Manchester City.
A new format also means new qualifying standards, which have Premier League clubs hoping for a fifth Champions League spot next season.
The title race is coming down to the wire, with Arsenal, Liverpool and Man City watching the out-of-town results every second of every weekend from now until May 19.
Everything you need to know about the 2023-24 UEFA Champions League
Even with the weight of the world’s every expectation on his shoulders at all times, Lionel Messi always seems to deliver.
Brentford’s attack is back close to full strength, even if they struggled to score against Sheffield United.
On the whole, it was a pretty good day for Nottingham Forest. Problem is, they need better than pretty good right now.
Which Premier League clubs are touring the United States when they kick off 2024-25 pre-season preparations?
Harry Kane and Bukayo Saka each scored in the first leg, and it’s all still to play for next week.
You won’t see many games of football better than what we just witnessed.
The draws for the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals, semifinals and final have added an extra wrinkle (or two) to the plot.
Oliver McBurnie scores in stoppage time and Sheffield United collect a rare point from a Chelsea side dealing with the latest turn on this season’s roller coaster ride.
Micky van de Ven and Pedro Porro break the deadlock as Tottenham pick up a 3-1 win over Nottingham Forest.
Kobbie Mainoo and Bruno Fernandes scored audacious second-half goals as once-dominated Manchester United draw title-chasing Liverpool after a Mohamed Salah penalty at Old Trafford.
It was a roller coaster of emotions for both sides and sets of fans, but especially for Ollie Watkins.
Can Luton Town end a long winless run and put a dent in surging Bournemouth’s surprising European hopes?
Bournemouth beat Crystal Palace in the pouring rain thanks to Justin Kulivert’s late goal.
A pair of early goals did not foreshadow a scoring feast, as neither West Ham not Spurs could find a winner in London.
It was another slow start from Tottenham, but Ange Postecoglou’s side found a way in the end.
Best Premier League title race of all time? This season is heading in that direction, but faces some stiff competition.