2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
15-9-14, 10th in English Premier League
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1dTom Hamilton

Liverpool trio nominated for PL player award

Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne, Southampton's Danny Ings, Burnley's Nick Pope and Leicester's Jamie Vardy were also nominated.

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21dReuters

Two see red for Norwich in home defeat by Burnley

Relegated Norwich City endured a nightmare final Premier League home game of the season as they had two men red-carded and conceded an own goal.

Can Wolves keep hold of Raul Jimenez? (0:55)
23d
Nicol: Liverpool's players don't care about records (1:03)
28d
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28dESPN

Liverpool lose 100% home record with draw

Liverpool's chances of setting a new Premier League points record were dented when they drew 1-1 against Burnley on Saturday.

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34dReuters

Egan blast earns Blades a point at Burnley

John Egan grabbed an 80th-minute equaliser as Sheffield United earned a 1-1 draw at Burnley in the Premier League on Sunday.

VAR 'wrong' not to send off Jordan Ayew vs. Burnley (2:07)
39d

Mark Ogden Senior Writer, ESPN FC 

Burnley v Watford - Burnley produce anti-discriminatory banners at Turf Moor after incident during Monday's game at Manchester City, when a plane carrying a ‘White Lives Matter Burnley' slogan was flown over the Etihad Stadium. The stunt has been condemned by the club, who placed a Black Lives Matter banner next to a ‘This is Everyone v Discrimination' banner behind the goal at Turf Moor.

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46dRob Dawson

Police drop 'White Lives Matter' banner probe

Police have dropped their investigation into the "White Lives Matter Burnley" banner that was flown over the Etihad Stadium on Monday.

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46dMark Ogden

Burnley chair on banner: We'll root out racists

Burnley's Mike Garlick has told ESPN the club will "root out the racists" who organised the flying of a plane with a "White Lives Matter" banner.

Guardiola needs to look closer to home to replace David Silva (1:25)
46d
Dawson: Etihad Stadium plane banner a 'reminder of the fight ahead' (1:48)
46d
How the break only improved Man City's squad depth (1:30)
47d
Could Joe Hart return to a top European club? (1:50)
74d

2019-20 Prem Standings

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Liverpool383233+5299
Manchester City382639+6781
Manchester United3818128+3066
Chelsea3820612+1566
Leicester City3818812+2662
Tottenham Hotspur38161111+1459
Wolverhampton Wanderers3815149+1159
Arsenal38141410+856
Sheffield United38141212054
Burnley3815914-754
Southampton3815716-952
Everton38131015-1249
Newcastle United38111116-2044
Crystal Palace38111017-1943
Brighton & Hove Albion3891415-1541
West Ham United3810919-1339
Aston Villa389821-2635
AFC Bournemouth389722-2534
Watford3881020-2834
Norwich City385627-4921

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-710th
Goals Scored4312th
Assists3013th
Goals Conceded50Tied-9th