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    Prem: Liverpool on the cusp

    Take a look at the highlights from an important Sunday in the Premier League including Liverpool continuing their title push.

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    Prem: Everton 2-0 Manchester United

    Everton struck a fatal blow to Manchester United's Champions League hopes as David Moyes endured a hellish return to Goodison Park.

COLUMNS & FEATURES

  • Raheem Sterling was all over the pitch at Norwich.
    Tactics Board: Everton and Liverpool were among the tactical winners in this weekend's key Premier League games. Read »
  • Gorka Iraizoz saves from Lionel Messi.
    Dermot Corrigan: Lionel Messi and Barcelona battled to prove that they're not out of La Liga yet. Read »
  • Mark Payne: United have been down for a while. Now they are officially out of next season's Champions League. Read »
  • Leighton Baines makes no mistake from the spot as Wayne Rooney watches on.
    Richard Jolly: Leighton Baines, who David Moyes tried to sign, piled on the misery for his old Everton manager.  Read »
  • John Brewin: Christian Eriksen was superb for Spurs in victory vs. Fulham, but what about the rest? Read »
  • Miguel Delaney: Jose Mourinho lost control of so much when Sunderland stunned Chelsea at the Bridge. Read »
  • Carlos Queiroz is looking to become the first man to guide Iran into the World Cup second round.
    John Duerden: Iran have been also-rans for too long but their World Cup preparation has not been ideal. Read »
  • Raheem Sterling celebrates after scoring his second goal of the match.
    John Brewin: Liverpool did just enough to see off Norwich City and keep their title dream on track. Read »
  • Manchester United's Robin van Persie (right) and Michael Carrick stand dejected after they concede a second goal.
    Andy Mitten: The post-Ferguson era at Man United has begun with a season-long slump that few saw coming.  Read »
  • PSG celebrate after Edinson Cavani scored PSG's second from the spot against Lyon.
    Jonathan Johnson: PSG won their first domestic cup under the Qatar owners and a step towards a league and cup double. Read »
  • Bale's late winner sealed the first major trophy of his career.
    Sid Lowe: Gareth Bale's Copa del Rey winner capped his fine first season and sunk Barcelona to new depths. Read »
  • Simon Curtis: Man City are three phases into an excruciating up-and-down season. What will phase four hold? Read »
  • Mark Worrall: The ref will be blamed for Chelsea's loss, but the Blues struggle against lesser competition. Read »
  • Harry Kane celeb Tottenham vs Fulham
    Dan Fitch: There are positive signs for the future at Tottenham, whoever the manager will be next. Read »
  • #UltimateXI: Voting has closed and the results are in. This is ESPN FC's Ultimate XI: Brazil 2014. Read »
  • Nicholas Rigg: Isco's Copa del Rey final performance showed encouraging signs of two-way versatility. Read »
  • Jeff Carlisle: MLS's requirements for expansion are evolving with each addition as evidenced with Atlanta. Read »
  • Luis Suarez, Steven Gerrard and Daniel Sturridge have lifted Liverpool to the top of the league.
    John Brewin: Liverpool dominate the PFA player of the year award shortlist during a stellar season. Read »
  • Pele weeps on the shoulder of goalkeeper Gylmar Dos Santos Nevesafter Brazil's 5-2 victory over Sweden
    John Brewin: The legend that is Brazil's Pele rounds out our All-Time World Cup Top 20 at No. 1. Read »
  • Fernando Duarte: Ex-Flamengo captain Bruno will continue his career, despite a 22-year prison sentence. Read »
  • Nick Miller: Lionel Messi stars in our Top Tenner showcasing top footballers who dominate certain teams. Read »
  • Tim Vickery: To the people of Brazil, the 1982 World Cup conjures up memories of Luciano do Valle, who died recently. Read »
  • Colin Randall: Sunderland's glorious, unexpected win against Chelsea's keeps the Black Cats' survival hopes alive. Read »
  • Power Rankings
    Power Rankings: Real Madrid's Copa del Rey win pushes the club up in Shaka Hislop's latest top ten. Read »
  • James Horncastle: AS Roma's magical season is a credit to the work of manager Rudi Garcia. Read »
  • The concrete terraces are not seen as family friendly in many of Brazil's stadiums.
    James Young: Amid all the preparation for the World Cup, the Brazilian domestic league kicks off this weekend. Read »
  • Graham Hunter: Gareth Bale proved in the Copa del Rey final which Spanish club got the better mega-deal. Read »
  • Iain Macintosh: Though you may hate him, Real Madrid's Pepe is a man you want on your side. Read »
  • Tim Sherwood reversed the actions of Andre Villas-Boas by bringing Emmanuel Adebayor back in from the cold.
    Richard Jolly: Spurs have a history of following the managerial lead of others in their search for success. Read »
  • Gab Marcotti: Should Man City or PSG fear FFP censure? We break down what it all might mean for Europe's top clubs. Read »

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Reds march on Feeling Blue
  • Chelsea suffered a shock defeat to Sunderland while Fulham encountered a setback in their bid to stay up.
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Gunners edge through
  • Arsenal needed penalties but they will contest the FA Cup Final in May.
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Title thriller
  • Liverpool beat Man City at Anfield, while Fulham did well in their bid to avoid relegation.
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  P W D L GD PTS
Liverpool3525555280
Chelsea3523664175
Man City3322565471
Arsenal3521772170
Everton3520962369
Tottenham3519610263
Man Utd34176111657
Southampton35131012549
Newcastle3514417-1546
Stoke35111113-1044
C Palace3513418-1343
West Ham3510718-1037
Swansea359917-436
Hull3410618-936
Aston Villa349817-1435
West Brom3361512-1133
Norwich358819-2832
Cardiff357919-3430
Fulham359323-4230
Sunderland347819-2429
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