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Ricky Van Wolfswinkel will not be fit to face West Ham United this weekend.

Norwich will hope that Gary Hooper, or Johan Elmander, gives them more than they did against Manchester City last weekend.
Thu, Nov 7, 2013 11:18:00 AM

At half-time the script was being followed at the Vitality stadium. Liverpool were cruising, 2-0 up. Then, the Cherries fought back to win 4-3.

In a dominant first half performance, 'Pool took the lead through Mané who held off Ake and slotted past Boruc with ease after a Can through ball. Origi made it two only two minutes later. Boruc rushed out but failed to win the ball, leaving Origi to run around him and finish from a tight angle. Bournemouth came out in the second half and stopped sitting back, with Ryan Fraser introduced in the 52nd for Stanislas. He won a penalty with his first touch, with Wilson providing the finish. Mane and Can combined again to swot down Bournemouth's challenge. Can powered in after a Mane drag back on the right. Fraser scored after a counter attack in the 75th minute to give the Cherries a way back into the game and Steve Cook grabbed it. He pivoted in the box to lash in a volley set up by who else... sub Ryan Fraser! The drama wasn't over though, it was end to end as both teams sniffed a winner but Ake got it for Howe's men, benefitting from a Karius fumble.
Source: BBC Sport
Dec 4 - 10:38 AM

All eyes were on Arsenal's hat-trick hero Alexis Sanchez in a 5-1 win against West Ham at the Olympic Stadium.

The Chilean playmaker contributed to four of the club's five goals with an assist on the Gunners' opening goal from Mesut Ozil in the 24th minute to go with his second-half hat-trick to bring him even with league leaders Sergio Aguero and Diego Costa with 11 goals. Sanchez scored his hat-trick in a 14-minute stretch, starting in the 72nd minute when he worked past two defenders to beat Darren Randolph to the far post. He followed that up in the 80th with a curling effort before capping the night after being sent through by Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who added a goal in the 84th to bury the Hammers.
Source: NBC Sports
Dec 3 - 2:45 PM

There was nothing West Ham could do to stop Alexis Sanchez, who scored a second-half hat-trick, in a 5-1 home loss to Arsenal.

The pressure on manager Slaven Bilic will only continue to grow as the Hammers' winless streak extended to five Premier League matches—the club hasn't won since October 22 against Sunderland—to keep them just one point from dropping into the bottom three. James Collins left the match early in the first half while Cheikhou Kouyate and Michail Antonio both missed out due to injury, but the only positive note West Ham can take from the drubbing came in the return of Andy Carroll, who headed in the rebound of Dimitri Payet's free-kick off the crossbar in the 83rd minute.The road doesn't get easier for West Ham, who will now face Liverpool next weekend.
Source: NBC Sports
Dec 3 - 3:06 PM

Injury and suspension riddled Watford predictably dropped a 3-1 decision to high flying West Brom.

With much of the first choice defense out either injured or suspended Watford were well beaten by West Brom at the Hawthorns on Saturday. To make matters worse Walter Mazzarri lost former Juventus midfielder Roberto Pereyra to suspension after he (over)reacted to a dubious James McClean tackle. We'll have to wait to see how many matches Pereyra misses.
Source: Espnfc.com
Dec 3 - 1:57 PM

Jonathan Walters and Marc Muniesa provided first-half goals as Stoke City cruised to a 2-0 win over Burnley at home on Saturday.

Stoke City got off to a slow start but began to find their groove after defender Bruno Martins-Indi headed a Xhedran Shaqiri cross against the post. The Potters did take the lead 10 minutes later when Jonathan Walters netted his 40th Premier League goal for the club. Walters' goal was brilliant flick as he finished off a well-struck cross from Mame Diouf, following a one-two with Shaqiri. Stoke doubled their advantage in the 35th-minute when Marko Arnautovic's cross found Marc Muniesa, who hammered past Paul Robinson for his first career Premier League goal. The pair of first-half goals proved enough for Stoke to secure their second straight win and break into the top half of table, while the loss leaves Burnley just three points above the drop zone.
Source: NBC Sports
Dec 3 - 1:12 PM

Burnley remain winless away from home after a 2-0 loss at Stoke City on Saturday.

With Tom Heaton unavailable through injury, veteran Paul Robinson made his second start of the season. However, it made no difference as Stoke City defeated Burnley thanks to a pair of unstoppable strikes. Burnley started the match on the attack but fell behind after 20 minutes when Jonathan Walters produced a stellar finish that looped over Robinson and into the net. Robinson was again unable to do much in the 35th-minute, as the Potters doubled their lead through Marc Muniesa's first Premier League goal. The 2-0 defeat marked Burnley's fifth defeat in six matches on the road and leaves the Clarets just three points above the drop zone. Manager Sean Dyche and his side will look to end a three-match losing streak when they face Bournemouth at home next Saturday.
Source: NBC Sports
Dec 3 - 1:43 PM

Swansea City managed to win a goalfest last week but had no answers for Tottenham as Spurs scored five times unanswered to grab a 5-0 win.

It couldn't have been a much more one-sided affair. Tottenham managed over 20 shots on the day while Swansea mustered only one, which failed to go on target. The defense was exposed as the match wore on and the attack, which featured Gylfi Sigurdsson starting in a center forward role, had no answers. Despite conceding five, Lukasz Fabianski did well to keep the score from being even more embarrassing. Bob Bradley has been experimenting with several lineup variations but he is running out of combinations and the Swans look to be bad shape.
Source: NBC Sports
Dec 3 - 12:08 PM

The results are starting to turn Sunderland's way, after a rocky start for David Moyes, with a 2-1 win against Leicester City on Saturday.

Star forward Jermain Defoe proved to be the difference maker once again with his insurance goal in the 77th minute to double the Black Cats' lead, slotting it past Ron-Robert Zieler for his eighth goal of the season, after Robert Huth put one into the back of his own net for the game's first goal. While Shinji Okazaki made it close in the end, Moyes' men were able to hold on for their third victory in the last four league matches to put them just one point away from leaving the bottom three. In team news, midfielders Jan Kirchhoff and Seb Larsson both came on at halftime to mark their returns from injury.
Source: NBC Sports
Dec 3 - 12:12 PM

Leicester City is in serious danger of becoming a relegation candidate following a 2-1 loss to Sunderland.

After last season's magical run to the Premier League title, things have gotten all too real for Leicester City, who sits just two points out of the bottom three in 15th place with the danger of dropping to 17th by the end of the matchweek. The Foxes road trip to the Northeast started off poorly with the club facing a 2-0 deficit with less than 15 minutes remaining. The scoring began in the 64th minute when Robert Huth turned the ball into the back of his own net while Jermain Defoe adding one shortly thereafter, which made Shinji Okazaki's 80th-minute goal nothing but a consolation.
Source: NBC Sports
Dec 3 - 12:35 PM

Chris Brunt turned back the clock with a goal and an assist as West Brom beat Watford 3-1 at the Hawthorns.

It started well for Albion before the kickoff with Watford suffering numerous injuries at the back. Tony Pulis' side capitalized with goals from Jonny Evans, Chris Brunt and Matt Phillips. The win takes Albion ahead of Manchester United into sixth pending the outcome of United's match tomorrow.
Source: Espnfc.com
Dec 3 - 1:33 PM

Tottenham were peppering the Swansea City net all afternoon, as Christian Eriksen led the way to a dominant 5-0 win.

Outside of a cut to the face of Kyle Walker in the early stages of the match, everything went right for Spurs today. Harry Kane opened the scoring from the spot after Dele Alli had been fouled on the edge of the area. Heung-min Son then smashed a scissor volley just before halftime with Eriksen supplying the assist. Kane got his brace four minutes into the second frame, smashing home a ball that looked teed up for Son. Eriksen would go on to score the final two goals, heading one home that deflected off of the keeper from an Alli shot, then scoring from a Moussa Sissoko pass. It has been a struggle for Spurs in recent weeks, but perhaps they can build off of this very convincing win.
Source: NBC Sports
Dec 3 - 12:00 PM




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