- Mon Sep 18 8:46 AM
Bournemouth get some return from £15m Ibe, Chelsea lack plan B without Diego Costa, Burnley are not long-ball side and Jamaal Lascelles has grown up fast The Dozen: our pick of the weekend’s best Premier League photos Manchester City and Manchester United have goal differences of +14 after five m...
- Sun Sep 17 8:29 PM
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- Sat Sep 16 5:11 PM
The ironic cheers from the home fans when the home side belatedly decided to see if Joe Hart
was still awake summed up the hopeless lack of entertainment here. It reflected poorly on West Bromwich Albion that Hal Robson-Kanu’s tame header was one of their better chances on a dull, grey afternoon,...
- Fri Sep 15 7:36 PM
The West Bromwich Albion midfielder is set for his 632nd Premier League game on Saturday which would move him level with the record of Ryan Giggs Gareth Barry
will equal the Premier League appearance record held by Ryan Giggs
on Saturday should he feature for West Bromwich Albion against West Ham...
- Fri Sep 15 2:35 PM
Slaven Bilic gained a minor reprieve when his side beat Huddersfield on Monday, but the Croatian’s future will be thrust right back under the spotlight should his side fail to get a result against West Brom. Tony Pulis’s side also are in need of a response after their good start to the season was...
- Fri Sep 15 9:00 AM
Can Roy Hodgson’s meat and potatoes approach nourish Palace, will Alexis Sánchez regain centre stage for Arsenal and might Watford go top? Following the fiasco of Frank de Boer’s short reign at Selhurst Park, Roy Hodgson takes charge of a Crystal Palace team who have already suffered four scorele...
- Thu Sep 14 12:36 PM
The methods employed by Hodgson at West Brom in his most recent club job indicate what lies in store for Crystal Palace. Those who worked with the manager at the Hawthorns explain the secrets of his success there When West Bromwich Albion players think back to the early days under Roy Hodgson, th...