2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
13-7-14, 9th in English Premier League
Man City v. Tottenham headlines this week's Prem predictor (2:30)
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3dReuters

Everton's Gomes gets ban, out vs. Man United

Everton midfielder Andre Gomes was suspended for three matches on Tuesday after accepting a Football Association (FA) charge of violent conduct.

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6dReuters

Fulham dent Everton's Europa hopes

Relegated Fulham hit Everton's hopes of Europa League qualification for next season as they beat them 2-0 at Craven Cottage.

Relegated Fulham beat listless Everton (1:09)
'Tough to have any faith' in Arsenal's top-four chances (1:50)
Arsenal drop 3 points in race for top 4 (1:19)
Jagielka puts Everton up on Arsenal with a tap-in (1:00)
Varane destined for Man United? Gabriel Jesus to leave Man City? (1:47)
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17dESPN

Transfer Talk: United on alert over Varane

Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane could be after a new challenge, and Man United are on alert. Transfer Talk is LIVE with the latest.

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17dAssociated Press

Everton looking into alleged Pickford incident

Everton are investigating an alleged incident after video footage that claimed to show goalkeeper Jordan Pickford involved in a street fight.

Everton win comfortably at West Ham (1:19)
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19dReuters

Everton ease past ragged West Ham

Everton scored two first-half goals to cruise to a 2-0 victory at West Ham United on Saturday and climb into the top half of the Premier League.

Barcelona courting Rashford? Coutinho back to Premier League? (1:54)
Premier League top saves of Week 31 (2:04)
Premier League in 90 Seconds: FA Cuppity League Edition (2:18)
Nicol: Chelsea are in need of an overhaul (2:27)
Everton dent Chelsea's top-4 hopes (1:50)
Sigurdsson goal doubles Everton's lead over Chelsea (1:55)
Richarlison heads Everton ahead of Chelsea (1:01)
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41dReuters

Newcastle come from two goals down to beat Everton

Newcastle United produced a remarkable second-half comeback to overturn a two-goal deficit and beat Everton 3-2 for their fifth successive home win.

Newcastle's Perez sparks comeback win vs. Everton (2:26)

2018-19 Prem Ladder

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Liverpool342671+5785
Manchester City332724+6483
Tottenham Hotspur3322110+3067
Arsenal332067+2666
Chelsea342068+2166
Manchester United331977+1964
Leicester City3414515+147
Wolverhampton Wanderers3313812-147
Everton3413714+246
Watford3313713-146
West Ham United3412616-1042
AFC Bournemouth3412517-1241
Crystal Palace3411617-639
Burnley3411617-1839
Newcastle United3410816-1138
Southampton339915-1536
Brighton & Hove Albion339618-2133
Cardiff City349421-3331
Fulham345524-4420
Huddersfield Town343526-4814

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference27th
Goals Scored46Tied-9th
Assists30Tied-10th
Goals Conceded44Tied-8th