Michael Regan

Premier League, Week 21: Arsenal moves back into first

Arsenal watched all of their competitors win over the weekend, then grabbed three points themselves on Monday to move back on top of the Premier League table.

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Gunners hang on at Villa Park

This bizarre game featured around 70 minutes of absolute nothingness mixed in with a concussion, two quick goals and a frantic finish.

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Liverpool top Stoke in Britannia thriller

A quite ludicrous match at the Britannia Stadium ended with a 5-3 Liverpool victory.

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City beat Newcastle after refereeing Howler

Manchester City earned a narrow win over Newcastle United at St. James' Park, but the major talking points will centre on a wrongly-disallowed goal from Cheick Tiote and a bad injury to Samir Nasri.

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Manchester City searching for six in a row

Manchester City will look to win their sixth Premier League game in a row away at Newcastle United on Sunday.

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United earn first win of 2014

After three straight losses and a hilariously poor first half, Manchester United remembered that they were Manchester United and rose to see off Swansea 2-0.

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West Ham, Sunderland win relegation six-pointers

West Ham and Sunderland can breathe a sigh of relief.

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Spurs beat wasteful Palace

Tottenham Hotspur gained a narrow 2-0 victory over Crystal Palace after the visitors had initially dominated, with Jason Puncheon's penalty miss perhaps the highlight of the game.

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Barry fires Toffees to victory

Struggling Norwich were brushed aside by Everton at Goodison Park, with Gareth Barry contributing a brilliant goal in the 2-0 win.

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Jason Puncheon sends his penalty kick into orbit

This might be one of the worst penalty kick attempts ever.

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Hazard and Torres lead Chelsea past Hull

Goals from Eden Hazard and Fernando Torres settled a tight game between Chelsea and Hull City in the Premier League's early kick-off.

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Everton favourites for Norwich clash

Everton will look to get back to winning ways against a struggling Norwich on Saturday.

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Palace have a tough trip to Tottenham on Saturday

Spurs should be able to record their third league win on the bounce against relegation-threatened Crystal Palace on Saturday.

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Man United try to avoid fourth straight loss

Swansea will try to make Manchester United's start to 2014 even worse at Old Trafford.

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Chelsea take title chase to Hull

Chelsea will look to gain ground on Arsenal for first place in the league, but Hull have been excellent at home.

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Premier League, Week 21 Preview

Saturday features two relegation six-pointers, while on Sunday, Liverpool and Newcastle look to prove themselves.

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