2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
29-3-2, 1st in English Premier League
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13hSimon Curtis

Fernandinho continues as Man City's quiet star

De Bruyne, Silva and Aguero get most of the plaudits, but Fernandinho has also been central to Man City's success, however little is said about him.

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2dESPN staff

Predictable titles risk alienating fans - EPFL

The European League umbrella group (EPFL) has warned that fans will soon lose interest in domestic championships if leagues become too predictable.

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2dStefan Bienkowski, Football Whispers

Transfer Rater: Rose to Man United

Danny Rose to Manchester United and Andres Iniesta to Manchester City are two of today's transfer rumours, courtesy of Football Whispers.

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2dJonathan Smith

City to keep Stones, target Jorginho - sources

Napoli midfielder Jorginho is a top target for Manchester City, with manager Pep Guardiola only wanting to make small changes, sources told ESPN FC.

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2dDavid Mooney

City right to escape punishment for pitch invasion

Man City fans invaded the pitch after their 5-0 win over Swansea but anyone with a problem with that struggles to understand emotion in football.

Prem: Top goals of Week 35 (2:44)
Mendy: 'Amazing' to be back on the pitch - Via Man City (2:47)
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3dJonathan Smith

Rising star Sane a potential Ballon d'Or winner

Leroy Sane fully deserved his PFA Young Player of the Year award and under Pep Guardiola, he has the potential for even greater honours.

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3dJonathan Smith

City's Mendy: 'Amazing' to return from injury

Benjamin Mendy said it was an amazing moment when he made his Manchester City comeback on Sunday following eight months out with a knee injury.

Sane thanks 'perfect' Man City (0:25)
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3dJonathan Smith

City keeper Ederson wants goal this season

Manchester City goalkeeper has revealed he wants to score before the end of the season, after fans chanted his name against Swansea on Sunday.

Prem Team of the Weekend: Week 35 (3:11)
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3dDavid Usher and David Mooney

50:50 Challenge: Salah over De Bruyne for PFA prize

Liverpool's Mohamed Salah is the 2017-18 PFA Player of the Year over Man City's Kevin De Bruyne. ESPN FC's blogger debate the prize.

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4dPA Sport

Sane named PFA Young Player of the Year

Sane, signed from Schalke two years ago, has scored 13 goals in all competitions this season as Manchester City have won the Premier League title.

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4dJonathan Smith

Pep defends 'happy' supporter pitch invasion

Pep Guardiola says Manchester City supporters were just showing their happiness after a pitch invasion following their 5-0 victory over Swansea.

Guardiola: Man City not letting up after winning title (2:21)
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4dJonathan Smith

Man City chasing record with Swansea rout

Man City didn't let up against Swansea and showed their determination to shatter Premier League records with a sumptuous 5-0 victory.

2017-18 Prem Standings

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Manchester City342932+7390
Manchester United342356+3974
Liverpool3520114+4371
Tottenham Hotspur342086+3568
Chelsea341969+2563
Arsenal3417611+2057
Burnley35141110+353
Everton3512914-1445
Leicester City34111112+244
Newcastle United3411815-841
AFC Bournemouth3591115-1738
Watford3510817-1838
Brighton & Hove Albion3481214-1536
Crystal Palace3581116-1835
West Ham United3481115-2135
Huddersfield Town349817-2735
Swansea City348917-2433
Southampton3451415-2029
Stoke City3561118-3329
West Bromwich Albion3541318-2525

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference731st
Goals Scored981st
Assists781st
Goals Conceded251st