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FA Cup and Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend

Ross Barkley’s difficult return, VAR inconsistency in the FA Cup, Nuno Espírito Santo impresses and James Maddison’s classRoss Barkley would have known what kind of reception awaited him at Goodison Park: the type rained down on previous Everton escape…

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

Your weekend roundup of the best photography from the FA Cup and Premier League View the Dozen archive Continue reading…

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FA Cup semi-final draw: Brighton face Manchester City, Watford take on Wolves

• Brighton handed toughest draw after penalty shootout win• Albion result means Tottenham open new stadium on 3 AprilManchester City were paired with Brighton in the semi-final of the FA Cup, while Watford will face Wolves in the draw made immediately …

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Diogo Jota and Wolves carve apart Manchester United to reach semi-finals

Wolves, elegant and fierce, advanced to the FA Cup semi-finals for the first time in 21 years. Manchester United could do nothing about it. First Ole Gunnar Solskjær’s men were frustrated by their hosts, then they were taken apart. Goals by Raúl Jiméne…

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Wolves v Manchester United: FA Cup quarter-final – live!

FA Cup quarter-final updates from the 7.55pm (GMT) kick-off When United were darlings – and Wolves found out whyAnd you can email Gregg here. Tweet him @GreggBakowski 7.52pm GMT Justin Kavanagh writes: “Hearing Solskjæar speak after a couple of years o…

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Wolves’ Matt Doherty: ‘People think the step-up is not that big but it is’

Wing-back has adjusted to life in the Premier League after a shaky start and is aiming for an FA Cup upset against Manchester UnitedAnyone who has seen Matt Doherty play in recent months will wonder why he was so worried. Wolves are seventh in the Prem…

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Wolves v Manchester United: match preview

Ole Gunnar Solskjær is right to be wary of Wolves as they sit pretty in seventh on their return to the Premier League. After Sunday’s reverse at Arsenal, Manchester United will want to bounce back instantaneously but Wolves knocked Liverpool out at the…

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When Manchester United were a nation’s darlings – and Wolves found out why

We recall how Tommy Docherty’s thrilling team won a 1976 FA Cup classic at Molineux before the sides meet there againLet’s call it the Smash Hits double. In that beloved pop magazine’s annual poll it was not unusual for artists to be voted the best and…

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

Emery has Arsenal on course for top-four finish, Camarasa’s class is vital for Cardiff and Coady leads Wolves from the backManchester United arrived in north London having won every away game under Ole Gunnar Solskjær, including a comprehensive FA Cup …

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The Dozen: the weekend’s best Premier League photos

Your weekend roundup of the best photography from England’s top flightView the Dozen archive Continue reading…

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Eden Hazard’s late stunner for Chelsea salvages point against Wolves

Chelsea might have muscled their way back into the Champions League places here but, in the end, were grateful merely to have denied Wolverhampton Wanderers a first win in these parts in four decades. Eden Hazard’s wonderful goal, whipped from distance…

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Chelsea v Wolves: Premier League – live!

Live updates from the 2.05pm GMT kick-offEmail Nick here or tweet him here, if you fancyJorginho: ‘I don’t consider myself Sarri’s golden boy’Live scoreboard: the latest from Sunday’s games across Europe 1.03pm GMT Chelsea: Kepa; Azpilicueta, Luiz, Rud…

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Chelsea v Wolves: match preview

Chelsea have been much improved but a visit from Wolves, a team with an uncanny knack of unsettling elite sides, would represent a banana skin even without the home side’s inconsistencies. “We have improved in the last five matches, winning four and co…

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend

No let-up for Solskjær’s side at Arsenal, a test of Wolves’ progress at Chelsea and plenty of spark in Selhurst’s ‘derby’Following their midweek heroics at the Parc des Princes, Manchester United’s players must “go again” for an away trip to Arsenal on…

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

Mkhitaryan makes a timely return to form, Bournemouth set unwanted record and Wolves should snap up JiménezHow do you deal with Manchester City? Take them on? Or get 11 players behind the ball and hang on for grim life. It was certainly a curious game …

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The Dozen: the weekend’s best Premier League photos

Your weekend roundup of the best photography from England’s top flightView the Dozen archive Continue reading…

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Diogo Jota and Raúl Jiménez ensure Wolves see off struggling Cardiff

Nuno Espírito Santo’s maiden defeat as Wolves head coach came against Neil Warnock in the Championship just over 18 months ago, but the manner in which his side thoroughly outclassed Cardiff from start to finish here suggests these are two teams headin…

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Wolves v Cardiff City: match preview

Two promoted teams with vastly different aims meet at Molineux, with Wolves chasing Europe and Cardiff dropping into the bottom three in midweek – and facing five of the top seven in their last 10 league games. Neil Warnock can take heart from Wolves’ …

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Huddersfield’s Steve Mounié finds reward at the last to see off tame Wolves

At last Huddersfield have lift-off. Not from the foot of the table, naturally, but a first win this year and the first positive result since the departure of David Wagner was secured through a stoppage-time goal from Steve Mounié, just as a forgettable…

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Premier League, Carabao Cup and Continental Cup: 10 talking points

Luke Shaw played a blinder but can still improve, Eden Hazard remains central to Chelsea and Deulofeu is coming of ageLuke Shaw’s display at Old Trafford was his best for Manchester United under Ole Gunnar Solskjær, according to the interim manager. To…