Tottenham did just enough to edge past a stubborn Burnley and pile the pressure on rivals Arsenal in the race for the top four. Harry Kane's penalty in first-half stoppage-time earned Spurs a 1-0 win over the relegation-threatened Clarets and ensured Arsenal must beat Newcastle aRead More »
The duo were both forced out of Saturday’s FA Cup final win over Chelsea.
Downing Street has slapped down Jurgen Klopp for suggesting Liverpool fans had a reason to boo the national anthem during the FA Cup Final.
It is a case of want versus need for the two turnaround clubs of this Premier League season, as Newcastle and Arsenal prepare to meet at St James’ Park tonight. Newly-moneyed Newcastle, transformed by a mid-term change in ownership and a January spending spree, are in the former category, seeking to end what will inevitably come to be seen as a seismic season in the history of both the club and English football on a high in front of a home crowd. For Arsenal, who began the campaign in disarray with three straight defeats but are now within touching distance of Champions League qualification, only three points and an immediate response to Thursday’s damaging derby defeat at Tottenham will be enough keep their top-four fate in their own hands heading into the final day of the season.