Sky Sports will show more crunch clashes on the first weekend of May, with the top six in action and a Friday night London derby in store.
Mauricio Pochettino suggests he cannot manage Barcelona because he is an Espanyol fan, saying it would be like joining Arsenal.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is confident that Mesut Ozil and Alexis Sanchez will be at the club next season.
With the summer transfer window approaching, we list the Premier League players whose contracts are expiring.
Jose Mourinho insisted he will support whatever decision Zlatan Ibrahimovic makes regarding his future at Manchester United.
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Much has changed since Everton suffered a late defeat in the last Merseyside derby, but just how far have the Toffees come?
Ahead of Reading's home game with Leeds in the Championship, we consider whether they're as different as Jaap Stam thinks.
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Johnny Phillips talks to Joe Royle about the emergence into the first team of Everton's youngsters and why there are more to come.
Jeff Stelling brings you all the scores plus interviews with Jose Mourinho, Ben Davies, Marc Albrighton and more.
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The Premier League's best and worst passers, shooters and tacklers revealed.
Gavin Rossdale, Daisy May Cooper, Charlie Cooper and British Sea Power will be on Soccer AM, while Tubes meets Idrissa Gueye.