Friday, 25 January 2019 18:19

Premier League 2017 - 2018 Table

Premier League Table 2017 - 2018
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1 Manchester City38324210627+79100W W D W W
2 Manchester United3825676828+4081W D L W W
3Previous rank: 4 Tottenham Hotspur3823877436+3877W W L W D
4Previous rank: 3 Liverpool38211258438+4675W L D D W
5 Chelsea38217106238+2470L D W W W
6 Arsenal38196137451+2363W L W L W
7 Burnley381412123639-354L L D D L
8 Everton381310154458-1449L D W W D
9 Leicester City381211155660-447L W L L D
10 Newcastle United38128183947-844W L L L L
11 Crystal Palace381111164555-1044W W W D W
12 AFC Bournemouth381111164561-1644W W L L L
13Previous rank: 15 West Ham United381012164868-2042W D W L L
14Previous rank: 13 Watford38118194464-2041L W L D L
15Previous rank: 14 Brighton & Hov…38913163454-2040L L W D D
16 Huddersfield Town38910192858-3037L D D L W
17Previous rank: 18 Southampton38715163756-1936L W D W D
18Previous rank: 17 Swansea City3889212856-2833L L L L L
19 Stoke City38712193568-3333W L D D D
20 West Bromwich …38613193156-2531L W W D W

Thursday, 17 January 2019 10:15

Russia Premier Liga Table Season 2018 -2019

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1Zenit2013253119+1241
2Previous rank: 3CSKA Moskva2010642710+1736
3Previous rank: 4Lokomotiv Moskva2010552819+935
4Previous rank: 2Krasnodar2010553417+1735
5Spartak Moskva209652519+633
6Previous rank: 7Rostov207851712+529
7Previous rank: 6Rubin Kazan2061041819-128
8Previous rank: 10Akhmat Grozny207671719-227
9Arsenal Tula207672725+227
10Previous rank: 11Orenburg197572018+226
11Previous rank: 13Krylya Sovetov197391824-624
12Previous rank: 8Dinamo Moskva205871816+223
13Previous rank: 12Ural206591931-1223
14Anzhi2053121029-1918
15Ufa2037101423-916
16Yenisey2025131235-2311

Wednesday, 21 February 2018 15:26

Russia Premier Liga Table Season 2017 - 2018

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1Lokomotiv Moskva3018664121+2060
2Previous rank: 3CSKA Moskva3017764923+2658
3Previous rank: 2Spartak Moskva3016865132+1956
4Previous rank: 5Krasnodar3016684630+1654
5Previous rank: 4Zenit30141154621+2553
6Ufa30111093430+443
7Arsenal Tula30126123541-642
8Previous rank: 12Dinamo Moskva301010102930-140
9Previous rank: 10Akhmat Grozny30109113034-439
10Previous rank: 9Rubin Kazan30911103225+738
11Rostov30910112728-137
12Previous rank: 8Ural3081393132-137
13Amkar Perm3098132030-1035
14Anzhi3066183155-2424
15Tosno3066182354-3124
16SKA Khabarovsk3027211655-3913

Friday, 16 December 2016 19:03

EPL Season 2016 - 2017 - Week xvi Review

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English Premier League is bracing up to the festive season with some midweek clashes. We go straight into the action review.

Everton 2 – 1 Arsenal

Arsenal missed their chance to go top of the table as Everton came from behind to secure a 2-1 win. For Ronald Koeman’s side, this is their first victory since October and a much needed one! Alexis Sanchez gave the Gunners an early lead but Seamus Coleman and Ashley Williams gave the Toffees a crucial win. Phil Jagielka was sent off in the dying minutes but the hosts held on.

Chelsea produced evidence of why they are strong candidates to be Champions this season when they capped a brilliant comeback to defeat direct rivals Manchester City 3-1 at the Etihad Stadium. Gary Cahill’s own goal gave the hosts an advantage in this crucial clash but goals from Diego Costa, Willian and Eden Hazard shocked the home supporters into silence.

MAcn City v Chelsea and End-to-end action game

Antonio Conte recalled Cesc Fabregas to the line-up as Chelsea tried to cement their spot at the top of the Premier League. The match started on expected lines as end-to-end action saw both sides keep the spectators on the edge of the seat. There were chances at both ends as the two title hopefuls gave glimpses of their attacking intent which took them to the top of the league.

But it was an own goal that opened the scoring. A Jesus Navas cross was acrobatically volleyed into the net by Cahill – a wonderful goal in a wrong net. It was a cruel end to the first half but that was just the beginning of things for the Blues.

A transformed second half!

Chelsea came quick off the blocks after the break and it was that magical Fabregas-Costa combination that brought them back on level terms. Starting a match for just the second time this season, the Spaniard played a stunning long ball helping Costa score his 11th goal of the campaign.

City tried to restore their lead but the midfield of Chelsea is one of the best this season. The frustrations of the home side got bigger when the Blues went ahead 20 minutes from time through a counter-attack. Willian – who replaced Pedro – scored a beautiful goal to put the visitors into lead.

A fiery end to a great match

Hazard added gloss to the score line for the Blues as he scored from another counter attack to put the game beyond City. There were dramatic scenes to end the fiery contest though as a high lunge from Sergio Aguero on David Luiz was bad enough to get him a red card. That resulted in an ugly skirmish which saw Fernandinho get a red card too.

The reactions from City were probably from a tackle earlier in the game from Luiz on Aguero but that incident shouldn’t take anything away from what was a wonderful game from the Blues. It’s still early days but on current form – against Tottenham and now against City – they look Champion material!

Thursday, 08 December 2016 07:35

La Liga 2016 - 2017 Table

Premier League Table 2016 - 2017
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1Previous rank: 2 Real Madrid38296310641+6593W W W W W
2Previous rank: 1 Barcelona38286411637+7990W W W W W
3 Atlético Madrid3823967027+4378W D W W L
4 Sevilla3821986949+2072W L D L W
5 Villarreal38191095633+2367W D L W W
6Previous rank: 7 Real Sociedad38197125953+664D D D W W
7Previous rank: 6 Athletic Club38196135343+1063L D L W W
8Previous rank: 9 Espanyol381511124950-156W L W L D
9Previous rank: 10 Deportivo Alavés381413114143-255D W W W D
10Previous rank: 8 Eibar38159145651+554L L L W D
11 Málaga381210164955-646L D W W W
12Previous rank: 13 Valencia38137185665-946L W W L L
13Previous rank: 12 Celta de Vigo38136195369-1645D L L L L
14 Las Palmas38109195374-2139L L L L L
15 Real Betis38109194164-2339D D L L L
16Previous rank: 17 Deportivo La C…38812184361-1836W D L D L
17Previous rank: 16 Leganés38811193655-1935D D W L W
18 Sporting Gijón38710214272-3031D W W L D
19Previous rank: 20 Osasuna38410244094-5422L W L D L
20Previous rank: 19 Granada3848263082-5220L L L L L

Thursday, 08 December 2016 06:57

EPL Season 2016 - 2017 - Week XIIII Review

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What a weekend we had in English Premier League – tight games, touch matches, late goals, dropped points…there was so much action everywhere. We look back at what transpired on Matchday 14.

Manchester City 1 – 3 Chelsea

In a clash of the top, Chelsea underlined its growing ascendancy by condemning Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City to a 3-1 loss at home. It was a feisty encounter which ended with City receiving two red cards – Sergio Aguero and Fernandinho. The Blues now look huge favorites to win the title while City have a lot to look at.

The first El Clasico of the 2016-17 season ended in a 1-1 stalemate when a late Sergio Ramos goal helped Real Madrid share the honors after Luis Suarez fired the hosts into lead. The point helped Real maintain their six-point advantage at the top over their fierce rivals and keeps them unbeaten this season. For Barcelona, it’s a case of another missed chance to close the gap.

Real Madrid enjoyed a better start

Real started the game on the front foot and were the better side in the first-half. Barcelona looked tentative and their midfield in the absence of Andreas Iniesta looked very ordinary. Luka Modric ran the show from the midfield for Madrid and was at the centre of all their attacks.

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