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Stoke goalkeeper Asmir Begovic scored in the first minute to help Stoke City earn a point against Southampton.

Begovic cleared the ball long and caught Saints keeper Artur Boruc off his line after the Saints defenders let the ball bounce. Begovic played a relative good overall game as he only conceded one goal despite some pressure from Southampton in the second half. Begovic and Stoke City defenders remain a good play at home when the matchup is right.
Source: Sky Sports
Sat, Nov 2, 2013 01:05:00 PM

Everton scored first and last but couldn't put away struggling Crystal Palace at Goodison Park.

One of the keys to Everyone's success last season was ruthlessly beating the teams they were supposed to beat. Already this season they had dropped points to Leicester City but this weekend's result was even worse with the Toffees dropping three points at home to a previously winless Crystal Palace team.
Sep 21 - 2:50 PM

Despite goals from Robin van Persie, Angel di Maria and Ander Herrera the Reds lost 5-3 to Leicester City.

The attack went to plan with new arrivals and big-name holdovers all scoring in the early going. United were up 2-0 and then 3-1 before their defense deserted them as the Foxes scored four unanswered goals while Tyler Blackett was sent off. Just when it looked like last weekend against QPR wasn't a mirage United self-destructed against feisty but still no better than mid-table opposition. Not what anyone expected after all the money spent over the summer.
Sep 21 - 2:44 PM

Yannick Bolasie scored Palace's third goal in a Man of the Match performance that saw the Eagles pick up an unexpected three points at Goodison Park.

After going down 1-0 to an early Romelu Lukaku strike Crystal Palace scored three unanswered goals to go up 3-1. They gave up a Leighton Baines penalty late but held on for a critical three points in a season that started out poorly.
Sep 21 - 1:37 PM

A tight goalless affair between perhaps the two strongest clubs in the league was given a boost by each side's substitutes, with Frank Lampard's goal equalizing an earlier Chelsea strike, and the two powerhouses settled for a 1-1 draw.

The story of the first half was the rash of yellow cards being handed out by referee Mike Dean, six in total, four of which would be handed to City players. That created a predictable second half problem, when Pablo Zabaleta was handed a second card, paring the Sky Blues down to 10 men. Chelsea would soon score and it looked like they would steal the points at The Etihad, but the appearance of Frank Lampard created a spark and the Chelsea legend burned his former club with a classic strike. It was a much needed result against a Chelsea side that was looking to run away with the table early.
Source: NBC Sports
Sep 21 - 1:00 PM

Chelsea were given a man advantage after Manchester City defender was sent off in the second half and promptly scored, but a dramatic equalizer by former club legend Frank Lampard left the two sides even in a 1-1 draw.

As expected, the two strong sides played each other tight from the get go, with yellow cards racking up much more frequently than attempts on goal. Once Zabaleta was sent off though, things opened up for Chelsea and a counter attack saw Eden Hazard deliver a low, accurate cross to Schurrle at the back post for an easy tap in. Diego Costa was finally shown to be human, having a rare off day as he perhaps continues to feel the pangs of a nagging hamstring injury.
Source: NBC Sports
Sep 21 - 1:06 PM

Leonardo Ulloa scored a brace as Leicester City came from behind to stun Manchester United in a thrilling match.

The Foxes went down 2-0 and 3-1 before storming back in the second half to win 5-3 over struggling Manchester United. Ulloa scored the first and last with the others supplied by Nugent, Cambiasso and Vardy.
Sep 21 - 11:01 AM

Tottenham picked a bad day to put on a poor display, dropping all the points at home to a weak West Bromwich Albion side who managed to grab a goal in the latter stages and beat Spurs 0-1.

Fantasy Premier League managers around the globe are pulling clumps of hair out after this result, as a home game to West Brom looked to be an environment in which the Spurs attack could display the best they have to offer. Instead, what they came up with was a side lacking the creativity or sense of urgency needed to get a goal on the board, especially from a normally reliable Eriksen. One big defensive mistake in leaving a man unmarked on a free kick is what caused them to come out completely empty-handed. Playing Arsenal next week, Mauricio Pochettino better pull a tactical rabbit out of his hat should he expect any kind of positive result.
Source: NBC Sports
Sep 21 - 10:41 AM

A header by James Morrison in the 74th minute was the lone goal of the day as the Baggies earn three needed points on the road, defeating a struggling Spurs side 0-1.

Entering play, West Brom looked like one of the three early relegation candidates, having gone without a goal since opening day, but they took advantage Spurs lack of energy and attacking ideas to nick a goal in the latter stages of the match and grab a deserved win. The winner came from a Chris Brunt corner which Morrison headed home easily, completely unmarked. Some credit also needs to go to Joleon Lescott, who's presence in defense has perhaps given West Brom a vital piece to stay afloat in the league this season.
Source: NBC Sports
Sep 21 - 10:31 AM

De Gea, Rafael, Evans, Blackett, Rojo, Blind, Herrera, Di Maria, Falcao, Rooney, van Persie

Radamel Falcao gets his first Manchester United start while Juan Mata moves to the bench. Luke Shaw also continues to be a very high priced reserve despite reportedly being both healthy and match fit.
Sep 21 - 7:56 AM

Schmeichel, De Laet, Morgan, Moore, Konchesky, Hammond, Cambiasso, Nugent, Drinkwater, Vardy, Ulloa

Kasper Schmeichel returns to the starting line-up as the Foxes prepare to host Manchester United. The number one goalkeeper is joined in the starting line-up by Cambiasso, Drinkwater and Vardy while Hamer, King, Mahrez and Schlupp are only reserves today.
Sep 21 - 7:59 AM

Victor Wanyama scored his first goal for Southampton to give the Saints an impressive three points away from home.

The assist came from Graziano Pelle, the striker who has been in hot form for the past few matches. Southampton and Swansea were matched well in the first half but after Wilfried Bony was sent off in the 39th minute, Saints took more and more control of the match and eventually got the winner they were looking for. Some soccer analytics guys now have Southampton at anywhere from 20-40% chance of finishing in the top four and that speaks a lot about the quality this team has brought this season.
Source: Sky Sports
Sep 20 - 12:15 PM




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