1. Mikel Arteta beware! How Everton plan to spoil potential Arsenal title party

    By Simon Collings To capitalise on any slip-up from Manchester City on the final day on Sunday, Arsenal must beat Everton at home. That might seem a fairly straightforward task, were it not for the manager in the opposition dugout. Sean Dyche has proved a constant thorn in Mikel Ar
  2. Everton withdraw appeal against second Premier League points deduction

    By Tom Victor Premier League side Everton have confirmed they have withdrawn their appeal against a second points deduction. The Merseyside club were handed a record 10-point penalty in November, in relation to Financial Fair Play regulations, but this was later reduced to six on a
  3. Arsenal star Kai Havertz aims sly dig at Chelsea after Bournemouth win - 'So glad I'm here'

    By Jack Otway Arsenal star Kai Havertz has aimed a sly dig at Chelsea after the Gunners beat Bournemouth 3-0 at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday. The north London giants went into the fixture knowing victory at the Emirates Stadium would open up a four-point lead over Manchester Ci
  4. David Moyes calls on Jarrod Bowen to set Premier League record before West Ham visit Everton

    By Alan Smith David Moyes wants Jarrod Bowen to become the first West Ham player to score 20 goals in a Premier League season. But after his hat-trick against Brentford on Monday earned the Hammers a much-needed first win of 2024, Moyes claims the England international is “still le
  5. Rio Ferdinand makes "bored" admission in verdict on Man City boss Pep Guardiola

    By Alan Smith Rio Ferdinand believes Manchester City will earn a higher level of praise for their achievements when Pep Guardiola leaves as manager. And the former England centre back says the “ridiculous standard” set by the reigning Premier League champions in recent years has me
  6. Erling Haaland brace puts Man City top as title rivals sent message - 5 talking points

    By Josh O'Brien Manchester City now sit top of the Premier League table after Erling Haaland's second-half brace meant the reigning champions beat Everton 2-0. Pep Guardiola's men have not tasted defeat on their own patch in 32 games, a run spanning across 15 months, so the odds of