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Callum Wilson hits last-gasp winner for Bournemouth at Europe-bound Burnley

Bournemouth gatecrashed Burnley’s European party with a 2-1 victory at Turf Moor. A sellout home crowd soaked up the spring sunshine and looked set to celebrate a final win of the Premier League campaign when Chris Wood gave the Clarets the lead in the…

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Newcastle v Chelsea, Southampton v Manchester City and more: Premier League clockwatch – live!

Keep up with all the 3pm BST Premier League kick-offsFollow Liverpool v Brighton – live!Latest in-running Premier League tableFeel free to email Simon or tweet: @Simon_Burnton 2.12pm BST Burnley: Pope, Lowton, Long, Tarkowski, Ward, Lennon, Cork, Westw…

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Premier League 2017-18 fans’ verdicts part one: Arsenal to Liverpool

Featuring: Le Gaffer’s send-off, Roy Hodgson’s Palace resurrection, a Wagner statue, and Pedro as Harley Quinn• Part 2: Manchester City to West HamPre-season prediction 6th; Current position: 6th Continue reading…

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Burnley v Bournemouth: match preview

Burnley are looking for their first win in five matches, against Bournemouth, but no one really cares about that at Turf Moor. Three points to see out a memorable season would be nice, but Burnley already have a hugely impressive 54 and have put themse…

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend

A wake is in store in Swansea, Klopp faced with a juggling act and a swansong for Conte and Benítez?This feature, you will note, is called ‘10 Things to Look Out For’ rather than ‘10 Things to Look Forward To’. Thank goodness for that, because there mi…

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Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action

Aubameyang can revive Arsenal, Butland lays bare Stoke’s shameful truth and West Ham would be foolish to ditch MoyesPierre-Emerick Aubameyang might not be a classic Arsène Wenger signing because he cost a lot of money and is already close to his peak b…

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Arsène Wenger says goodbye but ‘will cherish every moment I was here’

• ‘It’s very sad day for me,’ says Wenger after last home game• Arsenal will challenge next season ‘with right additions’Arsène Wenger noted a little waspishly that to please some Arsenal fans it was better he left the club, as he described the final h…

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From Arsène knows to Arsène goes – curtain falls in classy send-off | Amy Lawrence

Frenchman takes charge of final home game and afterwards is handed Invincibles trophy by two of his coaches from day one‘If God exists and one day I go up there and he will ask: ‘Do you want to come in? What have you done in your life?’ The only answer…

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Arsenal provide perfect farewell for Arsène Wenger with Burnley thrashing

Amid the choreography and pageantry that marked the big one in terms of Arsène Wenger’s farewell tour there could be a degree of relief at Arsenal. There is a pretty significant difference between finishing sixth and seventh in this season’s Premier Le…

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Arsenal v Burnley: match preview

This is the big one in terms of Arsène Wenger’s farewell – his final home game and Arsenal have lots planned, including ‘Merci Arsène’ T-shirts for the fans. Burnley will not play the obliging guests. Were they to win, they could end up finishing sixth…

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Burnley are proof positive that relegation need not be ruinous | Paul Wilson

Should Huddersfield go down after a single season they do not have to look far to understand that descending into the Championship need not be the end of the worldThe splendid job Roy Hodgson has done at Crystal Palace was emphasised by the five-goal r…

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Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action

The Gaëtan Bong/Jay Rodriguez story takes another ugly turn, and Mark Hughes tries to summon the spirit of ‘99The Dozen: the weekend’s best Premier League photosOn they go, refusing even to the consider the possibility of lowering their untouchable sta…

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The Dozen: the weekend’s best Premier League photos

Your weekend round-up of the best photography from England’s top flight• Follow Guardian sport on Instagram for more great photographyThe Dozen archive Continue reading…

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Burnley set to end 50-year wait for European football after Brighton draw

Burnley are virtually assured of European football next season for the first time in more than 50 years after drawing with Brighton.Everton’s victory at Huddersfield means the Clarets are not mathematically certain of a top-seven finish, and a place in…

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Burnley v Brighton & Hove Albion: match preview

Burnley’s dream of playing in the Europa League is still alive despite the fact they have fallen short in consecutive Premier League games. Sean Dyche’s side have suffered just one defeat from their past eight games, and will prove to be a difficult ta…

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The Premier League teams’ ineptitude index 2017-18

It’s once again time to appreciate the most incompetent teams in the Premier League, from those who throw the ball straight to opposition to goalkeepers who can’t keep goalWelcome to the Guardian’s fourth annual index of ineptitude, its directory of di…

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Golden Goal: Neil Grewcock saves Burnley v Orient (1987) | Tom Davies

The day Burnley, two-time league champions and European pioneers, came within a whisker of falling into the non-leagueThe introduction of automatic promotion and relegation from the Football League is not one of the most discussed of English football’s…

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FA Cup and Premier League: talking points from the weekend’s action

Harry Kane is out of sorts, Joe Hart soars before being floored, and Stoke must choose between youth and experience up frontWhile Southampton will take something from getting this far in the world’s most celebrated domestic cup competition there are ot…

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The Dozen: the weekend’s best Premier League and FA Cup photos

Your weekend round-up of the best photography from the FA Cup and England’s top flight• Follow Guardian sport on Instagram for more great photographyThe Dozen archive Continue reading…

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Paul Lambert: ‘As a team, Stoke City never give up’ – video

Stoke City manager Paul Lambert insists his side must get a result against Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday with their hopes of Premier League survival fading after failing to record a victory in their past 11 matches Continue reading…