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Marko Arnautovic, Peter Crouch excel as Stoke beat Sunderland

Three first-half goals were enough for Stoke as they increased the pressure on Sunderland manager David Moyes.
Three first-half goals were enough for Stoke as they increased the pressure on Sunderland manager David Moyes.
After crashing out of the FA Cup, Mark Hughes was more than pleased with Stoke's performance over Sunderland.

Stoke got back to winning ways with a comfortable 3-1 victory at struggling Sunderland in a contest that was ultimately decided by their excellent work in the first half.

A golden 20-minute period saw the Potters strike three times to end any hope of a positive result for the home side, with a number of Sunderland fans appearing to leave the ground before half-time.

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It was a dominant performance, and the change of formation back to the 4-2-3-1 of old more than played its part. The tempo...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Manchester United's showdown with Liverpool at Old Trafford

Alexis Nunes and Paul Mariner go toe-to-toe at predicting week 21's fixtures in the Premier League.
Liverpool legend Ian Rush fears the influence of Jose Mourinho when the Merseysiders face Manchester United.

Manchester meets Merseyside this weekend, headlined by Manchester United vs. Liverpool.

Prior to Sunday's huge clash at Old Trafford, Manchester City travel to Everton looking to keep the heat on leaders Chelsea, who will be hoping to bounce back after a 2-0 defeat at Tottenham ended their winning run.

Antonio Conte's side travel to champions Leicester on Saturday evening. Elsewhere, Arsenal are at Swansea and there's a big game at the bottom as Sam Allardyce takes Crystal Palace to former club...

Hughes, Stoke out to conquer bogey ground, the Stadium of Light

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes discusses what the two-goal victory over Watford means for his side going forward.

Mark Hughes and his Stoke side will be keen to put the shambles of their last game firmly behind them by taking all three points from their visit to relegation-haunted Sunderland.

Their untimely exit from the FA Cup following the embarrassing 2-0 loss to local rivals Wolves is still fresh for the fans who are expecting a suitable response given that it's one of the league's perennial bottom dwellers up next and not a more daunting prospect. In fact, this season the Potters have only managed to...

Hughes, Stoke crash out of the FA Cup, still searching for an identity

Stoke have struggled mightily of late and a lot of blame has been pointed at Mark Hughes and his team selections.

It was another frustrating weekend for Stoke fans who saw their star-studded side exit the FA Cup at the first hurdle with a 2-0 home defeat against local rivals Wolves. It's the first time since 2009 that the Potters have left the competition at this stage but perhaps more embarrassing for Mark Hughes' men is that it was the opposition's first win in the FA Cup in almost six years.

It is a result that marks the end of a trying week for the manager and his players who have justifiably come under...

Crouch scores again as Stoke beat "lacklustre" Watford

Stoke stumbled their way to a 2-0 victory over a thankfully lacklustre Watford side at a cold and uninspired bet365 Stadium; a result that take's Mark Hughes' men up to 11th in the league. It was a frustrating night for the fans who came to watch their team's best players but instead found them on the bench behind a number of the old guard who were once again preferred.  

It was a contest unlocked via the improbable boot of captain Ryan Shawcross who gave the home side some breathing space...

Stoke trouble Chelsea but Mark Hughes' defence struggles again

Stoke were all but written off in the run-up to Saturday's 4-2 loss at Chelsea but they more than played their part in a six goal thriller at the home of the champions-elect.

The Potters held their own and controlled the opening exchanges but once the first goal went in, the game quickly turned into an exciting end-to-end contest.

It was one they went on to lose but once again their downfall came courtesy of a number of individual errors at key stages of the game that handed the initiative, and...