Where are Manchester United heading under Jose Mourinho?

The Manchester Derby – the game every Premier League side was eagerly awaiting. Conte, Pochettino, Wenger and Klopp were on the edge of their seats, waiting for the result. The outcome had two implications, and two implications only – either City pull away from the rest of the pack for good, or United pull City back towards the pack.

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PREVIEW: Leicester City vs Crystal Palace – 16/12/17

Leicester City vs Crystal Palace

Date: 16/12/17

K.O: 12:30pm

Venue: King Power Stadium

TV: Sky Sports Main Event, Sky Sports Football

Leicester City return to the King Power stadium this weekend after their extremely successful trip to manager, Claude Puel’s former club in Southampton, where they recorded a 4-1 victory, in impressive fashion to.

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PREVIEW: Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspur – 16/12/17

Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspur

Date: 16/12/17

K.O: 17:30

Venue: The Etihad

TV: Sky Sports Main Event

Man City will look to extend their winning run to 16 Premier League games as they host fourth place Spurs on Saturday.

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FPL: Four differentials to help you get ahead of the rest

When it comes to the FPL there will be players that most people will have in their teams, players like Salah who is owned by 55.7% De Gea 42.5% and Kane 39.2%. Its not hard to see why managers have flocked to these players as they are the top scorers in their respective positions.

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PREVIEW: Manchester United vs Manchester City – 10/12/17

Manchester United v Manchester City

Date: 10/12/17

K.O: 16:00pm

TV: Sky Sports Main Event

The Premier League’s top two sides meet at Old Trafford for the biggest Manchester derby in four years, as United try to close the eight-point gap at the top of the table.

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PREVIEW: Newcastle United vs Leicester City – 09/12/17

Newcastle United vs Leicester City 

Date: 09/12/2017

KO: 17:30pm

Venue: St James’ Park

TV: BT Sport 1

The BT cameras will be present at St James’ Park come Saturday evening as Newcastle United host Leicester City in a battle for a vital 3 points. This is the beginning of a busy Christmas period for both and 3 points would be a heart-warming gift for either Foxes or Magpies fans.

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