- Wed Oct 25 6:27 AM
Stoke City are confident they can turn their season around after a poor start and a much-needed win at Watford on Saturday will be the best way to return to form, Ryan Shawcross
- Tue Oct 24 12:02 AM
The Stoke striker is going through a tough time on the pitch and has not scored since February 2016 but he seemed happy and relaxed as he sang for his fiancee at the event on Sunday.
- Mon Oct 23 10:34 PM
MARTIN SAMUEL: It could have been him. Sitting 17th in the table, on the back of a home defeat by Bournemouth and with one league win since August 19, Mark Hughes can count himself grateful.
- Mon Oct 23 11:28 AM
Manchester City opened up a five-point lead at the top of the Premier League as their rampant form in front of goal continued against Burnley on Saturday.
- Sun Oct 22 10:31 PM
JANINE SELF AT THE BET365 STADIUM: Hughes has the most patient and pragmatic of bosses in Peter Coates so it is the grumbles of supporters which need addressing urgently.
- Sun Oct 22 12:19 PM
The Cherries struck twice within two minutes of the first half when Junior Stanislas' penalty - which Shawcross gave away by tripping Benik Afobe - followed Andrew Surman in the 16th-minute.
- Sat Oct 21 4:55 PM
JANINE SELF AT THE BET365 STADIUM: Mark Hughes insisted during the week his side were not in dire straits this season but they were quickly in this one as the away side raced into a two-goal lead.
- Fri Oct 20 10:30 PM
JACK GAUGHAN: Maxim Choupo-Moting is a novelty in his look and attitude. Spray cans lie around his house, reserved for the afternoons away from Stoke and football.
- Fri Oct 20 1:30 PM
Get the latest team news and stats ahead of the Premier League clash between Stoke and Bournemouth at the Bet365 Stadium on Saturday.
- Fri Oct 20 12:17 PM
Ahead of another weekend in the Barclays Premier League, Sportsmail brings you the latest squad news, odds and stats on every top flight fixture as it breaks.
- Fri Oct 20 11:05 AM
Stoke manager Mark Hughes believes emotion was a factor in the sacking of Craig Shakespeare. Leicester dismissed Shakespeare eight Premier League games into a three-year contract.