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December 4, 2013

Arsenal v Hull City: Match facts and projected lineups
12:57 GMT

Arsenal remain at the top of the table for another month running with 31 points total and 15 from their last available 18.

Sunderland v Chelsea: Match facts and projected lineups
12:44 GMT

Sunderland remain at the bottom of the table with only eight points this season. Although they have secured seven points in their last five games, the Black Cats know that results will be the only way they can dig out of their hole.

Manchester United v Everton: Match facts and projected lineups
12:12 GMT

Manchester United and Everton are both undefeated in their last six matches and will both be looking for a means to take all three points from their mid-week clash at Old Trafford.

'Most tested of all time' Brazuca ball unveiled by Adidas for Brazil WC finals
07:32 GMT

The product of a two-and-half-year testing process involving some of the world's biggest stars as Adidas on Tuesday night unveiled the Brazuca, the official match ball for next summer's World Cup, according to reports.

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho says six teams still in the title race
23:11 GMT

José Mourinho has once again stated that there are six teams in the race for the title despite the likes of Manchester United and Tottenham falling several points behind leaders Arsenal.

Platini: Match-fixing could end football
23:06 GMT

The former France international believes that corruption could rip the sport apart, claiming that it is an even more serious issue than racism

December 3, 2013

Yaya Toure named 2013 BBC African Footballer of the Year
11:43 GMT

Ivory Coast midfielder Yaya Toure was named the BBC's African Footballer of the Year for 2013 on Monday, this being the fifth straight year the Manchester City star had made the shortlist but the first time he'd taken the award.

Bayern Munich enter race to sign Chelsea's 'out-of-favour' defender Luiz
10:13 GMT

Bayern Munich has joined the race to sign out-of-favour Chelsea defender David Luiz, according to reports.

Manchester United news: David Moyes in the dark over Wayne Rooney contract talks
01:06 GMT

Wayne Rooney was once again imperious for Manchester United, as the striker's two goals helped David Moyes' team grab a point from their match against Tottenham.

Pirlo suffers knee ligament damage
23:11 GMT

The Juve playmaker suffered a clash of knees in the meeting with Udinese and initial reports have suggested that he could miss a month of action

December 2, 2013

Ancelotti: Why would I sign Messi when I've got Ronaldo?
15:07 GMT

The Real Madrid boss says that he would look to strengthening other positions in the squad rather than acquiring the Barcelona star

FIFA launch official iOS, Android apps
13:01 GMT

With the 2014 World Cup Final Draw only days away, FIFA has launched official apps for both iOS and Android, according to reports.

Beckham planning to build stadium for Major League Soccer team in Miami
11:48 GMT

England football legend David Beckham is planning to build a stadium for his new Major League Soccer team in Miami's dock area.

Wenger says Arsenal 'must not relax' despite 'commanding' position in PL
10:24 GMT

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said that he could not imagine his club would be in such a commanding position as it is today but they still cannot relax too much in the bid to win the Premier League title.

December 1, 2013

Tottenham 2-2 Manchester United Report: Rooney strikes twice to secure a draw
22:01 GMT

Tottenham and Manchester United played out an entertaining 2-2 draw at White Hart Lane, but it meant that both teams dropped two more points in the race for the top four and title respectively. Wayne Rooney helped United get back twice by scoring a goal either side of the break.