Klopp eager for more goals from Salah (0:50)
Howe: Bournemouth fed into Liverpool's counter-attack (0:42)
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3hDan Kilpatrick

Poch not worried by top-six away record

Since joining Spurs in summer 2014, Pochettino has lost 11 of 18 visits to Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, City and United, conceding 35 goals.

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3hMattias Karen

Wenger: I believe Ozil wants Arsenal stay

Arsene Wenger says Mesut Ozil is going through one of his best spells as an Arsenal player, and remains confident that the German wants to stay.

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4hMichael Wade

Mesut Ozil, Man City stars lead best XI

Mesut Ozil is named in the Premier League team of the weekend alongside unbeatable Manchester City stars Ederson, Kevin De Bruyne and Leroy Sane.

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4hDavid Usher

Coutinho, Ox on point in runaway Reds win

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Philippe Coutinho and Jordan Henderson were at the heart of a standout performance for Liverpool against Bournemouth.

ICYMI: Ronaldo wins Club World Cup, Serie A title race, and more (1:19)
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6hGlenn Price

Ox praises Coutinho's professionalism

Coutinho scored a superb individual goal, his 10th strike of the season, in the 4-0 win at Bournemouth on Sunday.

West Brom's Pardew 'picked the wrong team' vs. United (1:14)
Which Liverpool will show up vs. Arsenal? (2:53)
How can Man United play more effectively? (3:34)
Ox: Everything came together for Liverpool (2:08)
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7hNick Ames

Salah sublime as Liverpool rout Bournemouth

Liverpool needed a return to form after back-to-back draws and they promptly delivered, with Salah and Coutinho leading a 4-0 rout of Bournemouth.

Bournemouth 0-4 Liverpool: Reds back in 4th (2:55)
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7hMusa Okwonga

Lingard a bright spot as Herrera, Mata struggle

It was more difficult than it should have been, but United pressed forward against West Bromwich Albion thanks to Jesse Lingard's growing confidence.

Mourinho: United not giving up on the title (1:09)
Firmino tacks on Liverpool's fourth (0:56)
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8hRob Dawson

Man United won't 'go on holiday' - Mourinho

Jose Mourinho insists Manchester United are not ready to concede the Premier League title to Manchester City and "go on holiday."