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Transfer Rater: Keane to Liverpool


Rooney rescues point but Koeman under pressure after Everton draw

Wayne Rooney's late penalty rescued a draw for under-pressure Everton manager Ronald Koeman.
Wayne Rooney's late penalty rescued a draw for under-pressure Everton manager Ronald Koeman.

BRIGHTON -- Three quick thoughts on Brighton 1-1 Everton in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.

1. Troubled Koeman gets lucky

Ronald Koeman took a gamble when he signed Wayne Rooney this summer. Rooney just paid him back. The former England captain's 90th minute penalty at Brighton salvaged a point for Everton on what might otherwise have been a disastrous day for the Dutch manager. Goalkeeper Mat Ryan's extraordinary reactions prevented the visitors snatching all three points in injury time...

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How can clubs avoid the Premier League relegation battle?

Ian Darke weighs in on Crystal Palace's winless and goalless start to the Premier League season.

After seven rounds of matches, the relegation situation is taking shape in the Premier League. While Crystal Palace's historic awfulness takes the headlines, there are plenty of others looking over their shoulders, including recent champions Leicester and Everton who, after a summer of spending, would have aspired for the top four.

ESPN FC assesses the bottom 10 clubs' credentials in reverse order (20-11).

Crystal Palace - 0 points

What sends them down?

Irredeemable damage may already have been...

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Arsenal revival continues with easy 2-0 win over defensive Brighton

LONDON -- Three points on Arsenal's 2-0 home win over Brighton & Hove Albion on Sunday morning:

1. Arsenal continue their revival

With three wins in six days, it's clear that Arsenal are recovering from those dark days in August when losses at Stoke and Liverpool dredged up dissent in the wisdom of Arsene Wenger extending his reign. To follow Monday's 2-0 defeat of West Brom and Thursday's 4-2 Europa League win at BATE Borisov, Arsenal made a professional (and pretty much anxiety-free) job...

Premier League grades so far: Man United get top marks, Arsenal flop

The guys at Exploding Heads take an alternative look at Arsenal's continued demise following their 4-0 defeat at Liverpool.
The FC panel respond to your tweets about the transfer deadline, struggles in Manchester and Arsenal's season outlook.

After a breathless opening fortnight, the Premier League now goes on hold to make way for another raft of World Cup qualifiers. So how did your team do? Iain Macintosh grades the entire division.


Perfect. An entirely unblemished record. Admittedly, this entirely unblemished record has been secured against some of the weaker teams in the league, but that's hardly their fault. Besides, if we all insist that the beauty of the Premier League is that, "anyone can beat anyone," then...

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After frustrating start, City finally break through against newcomers Brighton

Craig Burley believes Manchester City's victory over Brighton is just the beginning for Pep Guardiola & Co.
Craig Burley believes Manchester City's victory over Brighton is just the beginning for Pep Guardiola & Co.

BRIGHTON, England -- Three thoughts from Manchester City's 2-0 win away at Brighton and Hove Albion in the Premier League. 

1. City hold nerve at Brighton  

After their title rivals lost their heads, Manchester City kept theirs. Victory at Brighton did not come easy to the Premier League title favourites, but at least they did not concede three goals like each of Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea have done on opening weekend. 

Sergio Aguero's 70th-minute opening goal, set up for...

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2017-18 Premier League season - ESPN FC writer predictions

The FC crew react to Iain Macintosh's full predicted table, from first to 20th, for the 2017-18 Premier League season.

The Premier League is back! Which club do our writers think will win the title in 2017-18? Who will finish in the coveted Champions League spots? Which the three clubs will go down? And who will finish as top scorer and player of the year?

Mark Ogden

Top four: 1. Man City 2. Arsenal 3. Man United 4. Liverpool
Relegated: Huddersfield, Southampton, Brighton
Top scorer: Gabriel Jesus
Player of the Year: Paul Pogba

Iain Macintosh

Top four: 1. Man City 2. Man United 3. Tottenham...