2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
5-9-17, 19th in English Premier League
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3hReuters

Rampant West Brom beat Southampton 3-0 to igni

West Brom beat Southampton 3-0 in convincing fashion in the Premier League on Monday as they look to salvage their top flight survival hopes.

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4dMark Ogden

Sources: Spurs eye Johnstone amid Lloris doubt

Tottenham are leading the race for West Brom's Sam Johnstone, sources have told ESPN, with West Ham and Leeds also monitoring the goalkeeper.

Was Tuchel wrong to start Werner against West Brom? (1:28)
9d
Thiago Silva 'way too experienced' for his West Brom blunder (1:40)
9d
Tuchel: Mino Raiola creating a race for Haaland (0:46)
10d
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27dJames Olley

Sources: Gibbs to join Beckham's Inter Miami

Former Arsenal defender Kieran Gibbs has verbally agreed to join Inter Miami CF at the end of the season, sources have told ESPN.

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40dESPN

Clubs remove animals from crests for awareness

Premier League clubs Aston Villa, West Bromwich Albion and Wolves have removed animals from their badges to raise awareness for World Wildlife Day.

Laurens left bemused by poor Premier League officiating (1:23)
42d
Brighton manager comments on Lee Mason's decisions (0:42)
44d
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44dReuters

Dunk slams 'embarrassing' ref after WBA loss

Brighton's Lewis Dunk said referee Lee Mason's performance in their 1-0 Premier League defeat at West Brom was "embarrassing."

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44dReuters

Brighton miss two pens amid ref chaos at WBA

West Brom secured a 1-0 Premier League victory over Brighton as the visitors missed two penalties and were controversially denied a goal by VAR.

Harry Kane is a 'complete difference maker' for Tottenham (0:58)
64d
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64dESPN

Kane returns from injury to score in Spurs win

Harry Kane scored on his return from injury to help Tottenham end their winless run with a 2-0 victory over West Bromwich Albion on Sunday.

2020-21 Prem Ladder

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Manchester City322354+4474
Manchester United311894+2763
Leicester City311759+1856
West Ham United311678+1255
Chelsea311597+1954
Liverpool311579+1652
Tottenham Hotspur3114710+1749
Everton3014610+348
Arsenal3113612+845
Leeds United3114314045
Aston Villa3013512+1044
Wolverhampton Wanderers3110813-1038
Crystal Palace3110813-1938
Southampton3110615-1736
Brighton & Hove Albion3171212-533
Burnley318914-1733
Newcastle United318815-1932
Fulham3251116-1826
West Bromwich Albion315917-3124
Sheffield United314225-3814

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-3419th
Goals Scored25Tied-17th
Assists1518th
Goals Conceded5920th