Jurgen Klopp, Pep Guardiola
2 January 2019
It’s the big ‘un: a potential title decider at the Etihad as the finest pair get it on. Daniel Storey on where it will likely be won and lost
Tottenham Spursy
2 January 2019
The big stick was whipped out to bash Tottenham when they lost at home to Wolves last weekend, but is such a tag fair or fallacy?
Bernardo Silva, Manchester City
29 December 2018
It’s back-to-back defeats for Pep Guardiola’s record-breaking champs, who find themselves seven points adrift of the summit at the halfway mark. Daniel Storey ponders why...
Mauricio Pochettino Tottenham
18 December 2018
No signings, injuries to large swathes of his squad, major stadium delays and more. Unlike Jose Mourinho, the Argentine has battled through it all to break more records at Spurs
Jose Mourinho sacked
18 December 2018
The Portuguese has needled and mocked throughout his career, but leaves Manchester United as the specialist in failure he once jeered
Southampton 3-2 Arsenal
17 December 2018
The league table is a list, but the Long Table shows you how close teams are
Paul Pogba
12 December 2018
Quickfire factoids from the boffins at Opta Towers, as Manchester United visit Valencia and Manchester City aim to tie up top spot against Hoffenheim 
Mo Salah Bournemouth
11 December 2018
Salah's record-breaking season has set the bar high this term, but the Egyptian now joint-leads the Premier League scoring charts after his weekend hat-trick. Liverpool could be just getting started, writes Daniel Storey
N'Golo Kante Chelsea
6 December 2018
Jorginho's arrival has pushed the all-action dynamo out of the position in which he became a global icon – but at what cost? Maurizio Sarri bends for no man, writes Daniel Storey
David de Gea Manchester United
5 December 2018
The Spaniard is considered the world’s best goalkeeper by some, writes Seb Stafford-Bloor – but largely thanks to his club’s decline. Where else would he earn recognition like this?  
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