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Premier League Fantasy Football: Who's Hot and Who's Not in Gameweek 18

​The Premier League returns at the weekend after a brilliant round of midweek fixtures that served up drama at both ends of the table. Both Manchester clubs won, as did Chelsea, Tottenham and Burnley, as David Silva, Romelu Lukaku, Willian, Son Heung-min and Ashley Barnes all starred for their respective clubs. Plenty of players recorded decent points hauls in fantasy football on Tuesday and Wednesday, but who do you need in your team? Here are some pointers for the upcoming weekend of top...

Premier League Fantasy Football: Who's Hot and Who's Not in Gameweek 18

​The Premier League returns at the weekend after a brilliant round of midweek fixtures that served up drama at both ends of the table. Both Manchester clubs won, as did Chelsea, Tottenham and Burnley, as David Silva, Romelu Lukaku, Willian, Son Heung-min and Ashley Barnes all starred for their respective clubs. Plenty of players recorded decent points hauls in fantasy football on Tuesday and Wednesday, but who do you need in your team? Here are some pointers for the upcoming weekend of top...

Premier League Fantasy Football: Who's Hot and Who's Not in Gameweek 18

​The Premier League returns at the weekend after a brilliant round of midweek fixtures that served up drama at both ends of the table. Both Manchester clubs won, as did Chelsea, Tottenham and Burnley, as David Silva, Romelu Lukaku, Willian, Son Heung-min and Ashley Barnes all starred for their respective clubs. Plenty of players recorded decent points hauls in fantasy football on Tuesday and Wednesday, but who do you need in your team? Here are some pointers for the upcoming weekend of top...

Premier League Fantasy Football: Who's Hot and Who's Not in Gameweek 18

​The Premier League returns at the weekend after a brilliant round of midweek fixtures that served up drama at both ends of the table. Both Manchester clubs won, as did Chelsea, Tottenham and Burnley, as David Silva, Romelu Lukaku, Willian, Son Heung-min and Ashley Barnes all starred for their respective clubs. Plenty of players recorded decent points hauls in fantasy football on Tuesday and Wednesday, but who do you need in your team? Here are some pointers for the upcoming weekend of top...

Premier League Fantasy Football: Who's Hot and Who's Not in Gameweek 18

​The Premier League returns at the weekend after a brilliant round of midweek fixtures that served up drama at both ends of the table. Both Manchester clubs won, as did Chelsea, Tottenham and Burnley, as David Silva, Romelu Lukaku, Willian, Son Heung-min and Ashley Barnes all starred for their respective clubs. Plenty of players recorded decent points hauls in fantasy football on Tuesday and Wednesday, but who do you need in your team? Here are some pointers for the upcoming weekend of top...

Premier League Fantasy Football: Who's Hot and Who's Not in Gameweek 18

​The Premier League returns at the weekend after a brilliant round of midweek fixtures that served up drama at both ends of the table. Both Manchester clubs won, as did Chelsea, Tottenham and Burnley, as David Silva, Romelu Lukaku, Willian, Son Heung-min and Ashley Barnes all starred for their respective clubs. Plenty of players recorded decent points hauls in fantasy football on Tuesday and Wednesday, but who do you need in your team? Here are some pointers for the upcoming weekend of top...

Premier League Fantasy Football: Who's Hot and Who's Not in Gameweek 18

​The Premier League returns at the weekend after a brilliant round of midweek fixtures that served up drama at both ends of the table. Both Manchester clubs won, as did Chelsea, Tottenham and Burnley, as David Silva, Romelu Lukaku, Willian, Son Heung-min and Ashley Barnes all starred for their respective clubs. Plenty of players recorded decent points hauls in fantasy football on Tuesday and Wednesday, but who do you need in your team? Here are some pointers for the upcoming weekend of top...

Premier League Fantasy Football: Who's Hot and Who's Not in Gameweek 18

​The Premier League returns at the weekend after a brilliant round of midweek fixtures that served up drama at both ends of the table. Both Manchester clubs won, as did Chelsea, Tottenham and Burnley, as David Silva, Romelu Lukaku, Willian, Son Heung-min and Ashley Barnes all starred for their respective clubs. Plenty of players recorded decent points hauls in fantasy football on Tuesday and Wednesday, but who do you need in your team? Here are some pointers for the upcoming weekend of top...

Premier League Fantasy Football: Who's Hot and Who's Not in Gameweek 18

​The Premier League returns at the weekend after a brilliant round of midweek fixtures that served up drama at both ends of the table. Both Manchester clubs won, as did Chelsea, Tottenham and Burnley, as David Silva, Romelu Lukaku, Willian, Son Heung-min and Ashley Barnes all starred for their respective clubs. Plenty of players recorded decent points hauls in fantasy football on Tuesday and Wednesday, but who do you need in your team? Here are some pointers for the upcoming weekend of top...

Premier League Bingo: How many points can you pick up from this weekend's action? 

Leicester City vs Crystal Palace (Saturday, 12.30pm) 5 points: Leicester move to within a point of Arsenal with a convincing 3-1 home victory.  15 points: Shinji Okazaki confirms his status as one of the Premier League's unsung heroes with a goal and an assist. If only he had a fancy foreign name... 25 points: Crystal Palace fans embrace Christian Benteke's new-found role as 'pantomine villain' and shout 'he's behind you!' rather than man-on.  Arsenal vs Newcastle United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: The home side jump back up to fifth with a 3-0 win over a lifeless Newcastle outfit. 15 points: Jack Wilshere is named on the substitutes' bench and the first cry of 'SOOOOPPPAA, SUUUPPAAA, JACK' is heard from the North Bank two minutes into the game.  Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's 'SooopppaJack' Credit: Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/Getty Images 25 points: There is a huge cheer when the half-time scores are read out and Arsenal fans hear that rivals Burnley are behind at Brighton.  Brighton vs Burnley (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Both teams score from a corner in a hard-fought draw.  15 points: Burnley will still have scored fewer goals than games played by the full-time whistle.  Sean Dyche - one disc beard, one vision Credit: Martin Rickett/PA 25 points: Glenn Murray is the only person at the Amex with a more elaborate foreign co-ordinated anti-British conspiracy theory than Sean Dyche. Chelsea vs Southampton (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Inconsistent Southampton once again flatter to deceive as Eden Hazard scores twice in a home win.  15 points: Charlie Austin is flagged offside at least six times.  25 points: David Luiz watches from the stands once again and wonders if he could book a flight back to Brazil for Christmas.  It's going to be a cold, cold Christmas, without Lu Credit: PETER CZIBORRA/Action Images Stoke City vs West Ham United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: West Ham continue their resurgence as Marko Arnautovic's goal against his former employers earns them a 2-1 win at the bet365 Stadium.  15 points: David Moyes puts the final nail in Mark Hughes's Stoke coffin, so that Hughes is free to eventually replace Moyes before Moyes eventually takes the Stoke job. That's how this works, right? Moyes hands on misery to Hughes Credit: REUTERS/Toby Melville 25 points: Michail Antonio collapses to the turf in exhaustion after 70 minutes again, and is replaced by an inanimate carbon rod.  Watford vs Huddersfield (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Huddersfield's alarming away record continues as they ship another four goals at Vicarage Road.  15 points: Troy Deeney is still suffering from karma after his Arsenal 'cojones' jibes, and is benched following his shocking miss at Vicarage Road.  25 points: Dean Whitehead comes on to make another Premier League appearance, as the worst farewell tour in sporting history continues.  Manchester City vs Tottenham (Saturday, 5.30pm) 5 points: Spurs come closer than any side to stopping the City juggernaut, but the hosts prevail 3-2 to record their 16th consecutive league victory. 15 points: There are more handbags in the tunnel, but this time City's one-way glass hospitality gives the nation the perfect view of flying milk.  25 points: Mauricio Pochettino reminds Pep Guardiola of his frequent failure to 'be a gentleman' after victories, cementing his credentials as a future Man Utd manager.  West Brom vs Man Utd (Sunday, 2.15pm) 5 points: Jose Mourinho's side continue to give a passable impression of title challengers with another comfortable win.  15 points: Romelu Lukaku scores against one of his former clubs, and refuses to celebrate out of 'respect'.  Romelu Lukaku scores but betrays no emotion out of enduring respect for the Brummie Road End Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire 25 points: Alan Pardew claims that he would be Man Utd manager now if Steven Gerrard had not denied his West Ham team the 2006 FA Cup.  Bournemouth vs Liverpool (Sunday, 4.30pm) 5 points: These two serve up another entertaining game after last season's 4-3 but Liverpool have to be content with a third straight draw.  15 points: Liverpool's Fab Four continue their mini-dip, and are closer to Gerry and the Pacemakers than John, Paul, George and Ringo on current form.   Philippe Coutinho (front), Sadio Mane, Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino (back) wonder how do you do what you do to them, they wished they knew ... Credit: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images 25 points: Eddie Howe offers to give Jurgen Klopp some lessons in good manners after the Liverpool manager's tete-a-tete with a Sky Sports reporter.  Everton vs Swansea (Monday, 8pm) 5 points: Sam Allardyce masterminds another Everton win but it is not resounding enough to reinstate Christmas.  15 points: Gylfi Sigurdsson's pinpoint set-piece delivery is a cruel reminder of what Swansea fans could have won.  Renato Sanches does what he does best this season Credit: Athena Pictures/Getty Images 25 points: Paul Clement puts his faith in Renato Sanches by giving him a more prominent role - he gets to put the cones out for the pre-match warm up. 

Premier League Bingo: How many points can you pick up from this weekend's action? 

Leicester City vs Crystal Palace (Saturday, 12.30pm) 5 points: Leicester move to within a point of Arsenal with a convincing 3-1 home victory.  15 points: Shinji Okazaki confirms his status as one of the Premier League's unsung heroes with a goal and an assist. If only he had a fancy foreign name... 25 points: Crystal Palace fans embrace Christian Benteke's new-found role as 'pantomine villain' and shout 'he's behind you!' rather than man-on.  Arsenal vs Newcastle United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: The home side jump back up to fifth with a 3-0 win over a lifeless Newcastle outfit. 15 points: Jack Wilshere is named on the substitutes' bench and the first cry of 'SOOOOPPPAA, SUUUPPAAA, JACK' is heard from the North Bank two minutes into the game.  Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's 'SooopppaJack' Credit: Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/Getty Images 25 points: There is a huge cheer when the half-time scores are read out and Arsenal fans hear that rivals Burnley are behind at Brighton.  Brighton vs Burnley (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Both teams score from a corner in a hard-fought draw.  15 points: Burnley will still have scored fewer goals than games played by the full-time whistle.  Sean Dyche - one disc beard, one vision Credit: Martin Rickett/PA 25 points: Glenn Murray is the only person at the Amex with a more elaborate foreign co-ordinated anti-British conspiracy theory than Sean Dyche. Chelsea vs Southampton (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Inconsistent Southampton once again flatter to deceive as Eden Hazard scores twice in a home win.  15 points: Charlie Austin is flagged offside at least six times.  25 points: David Luiz watches from the stands once again and wonders if he could book a flight back to Brazil for Christmas.  It's going to be a cold, cold Christmas, without Lu Credit: PETER CZIBORRA/Action Images Stoke City vs West Ham United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: West Ham continue their resurgence as Marko Arnautovic's goal against his former employers earns them a 2-1 win at the bet365 Stadium.  15 points: David Moyes puts the final nail in Mark Hughes's Stoke coffin, so that Hughes is free to eventually replace Moyes before Moyes eventually takes the Stoke job. That's how this works, right? Moyes hands on misery to Hughes Credit: REUTERS/Toby Melville 25 points: Michail Antonio collapses to the turf in exhaustion after 70 minutes again, and is replaced by an inanimate carbon rod.  Watford vs Huddersfield (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Huddersfield's alarming away record continues as they ship another four goals at Vicarage Road.  15 points: Troy Deeney is still suffering from karma after his Arsenal 'cojones' jibes, and is benched following his shocking miss at Vicarage Road.  25 points: Dean Whitehead comes on to make another Premier League appearance, as the worst farewell tour in sporting history continues.  Manchester City vs Tottenham (Saturday, 5.30pm) 5 points: Spurs come closer than any side to stopping the City juggernaut, but the hosts prevail 3-2 to record their 16th consecutive league victory. 15 points: There are more handbags in the tunnel, but this time City's one-way glass hospitality gives the nation the perfect view of flying milk.  25 points: Mauricio Pochettino reminds Pep Guardiola of his frequent failure to 'be a gentleman' after victories, cementing his credentials as a future Man Utd manager.  West Brom vs Man Utd (Sunday, 2.15pm) 5 points: Jose Mourinho's side continue to give a passable impression of title challengers with another comfortable win.  15 points: Romelu Lukaku scores against one of his former clubs, and refuses to celebrate out of 'respect'.  Romelu Lukaku scores but betrays no emotion out of enduring respect for the Brummie Road End Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire 25 points: Alan Pardew claims that he would be Man Utd manager now if Steven Gerrard had not denied his West Ham team the 2006 FA Cup.  Bournemouth vs Liverpool (Sunday, 4.30pm) 5 points: These two serve up another entertaining game after last season's 4-3 but Liverpool have to be content with a third straight draw.  15 points: Liverpool's Fab Four continue their mini-dip, and are closer to Gerry and the Pacemakers than John, Paul, George and Ringo on current form.   Philippe Coutinho (front), Sadio Mane, Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino (back) wonder how do you do what you do to them, they wished they knew ... Credit: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images 25 points: Eddie Howe offers to give Jurgen Klopp some lessons in good manners after the Liverpool manager's tete-a-tete with a Sky Sports reporter.  Everton vs Swansea (Monday, 8pm) 5 points: Sam Allardyce masterminds another Everton win but it is not resounding enough to reinstate Christmas.  15 points: Gylfi Sigurdsson's pinpoint set-piece delivery is a cruel reminder of what Swansea fans could have won.  Renato Sanches does what he does best this season Credit: Athena Pictures/Getty Images 25 points: Paul Clement puts his faith in Renato Sanches by giving him a more prominent role - he gets to put the cones out for the pre-match warm up. 

Premier League Bingo: How many points can you pick up from this weekend's action? 

Leicester City vs Crystal Palace (Saturday, 12.30pm) 5 points: Leicester move to within a point of Arsenal with a convincing 3-1 home victory.  15 points: Shinji Okazaki confirms his status as one of the Premier League's unsung heroes with a goal and an assist. If only he had a fancy foreign name... 25 points: Crystal Palace fans embrace Christian Benteke's new-found role as 'pantomine villain' and shout 'he's behind you!' rather than man-on.  Arsenal vs Newcastle United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: The home side jump back up to fifth with a 3-0 win over a lifeless Newcastle outfit. 15 points: Jack Wilshere is named on the substitutes' bench and the first cry of 'SOOOOPPPAA, SUUUPPAAA, JACK' is heard from the North Bank two minutes into the game.  Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's 'SooopppaJack' Credit: Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/Getty Images 25 points: There is a huge cheer when the half-time scores are read out and Arsenal fans hear that rivals Burnley are behind at Brighton.  Brighton vs Burnley (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Both teams score from a corner in a hard-fought draw.  15 points: Burnley will still have scored fewer goals than games played by the full-time whistle.  Sean Dyche - one disc beard, one vision Credit: Martin Rickett/PA 25 points: Glenn Murray is the only person at the Amex with a more elaborate foreign co-ordinated anti-British conspiracy theory than Sean Dyche. Chelsea vs Southampton (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Inconsistent Southampton once again flatter to deceive as Eden Hazard scores twice in a home win.  15 points: Charlie Austin is flagged offside at least six times.  25 points: David Luiz watches from the stands once again and wonders if he could book a flight back to Brazil for Christmas.  It's going to be a cold, cold Christmas, without Lu Credit: PETER CZIBORRA/Action Images Stoke City vs West Ham United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: West Ham continue their resurgence as Marko Arnautovic's goal against his former employers earns them a 2-1 win at the bet365 Stadium.  15 points: David Moyes puts the final nail in Mark Hughes's Stoke coffin, so that Hughes is free to eventually replace Moyes before Moyes eventually takes the Stoke job. That's how this works, right? Moyes hands on misery to Hughes Credit: REUTERS/Toby Melville 25 points: Michail Antonio collapses to the turf in exhaustion after 70 minutes again, and is replaced by an inanimate carbon rod.  Watford vs Huddersfield (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Huddersfield's alarming away record continues as they ship another four goals at Vicarage Road.  15 points: Troy Deeney is still suffering from karma after his Arsenal 'cojones' jibes, and is benched following his shocking miss at Vicarage Road.  25 points: Dean Whitehead comes on to make another Premier League appearance, as the worst farewell tour in sporting history continues.  Manchester City vs Tottenham (Saturday, 5.30pm) 5 points: Spurs come closer than any side to stopping the City juggernaut, but the hosts prevail 3-2 to record their 16th consecutive league victory. 15 points: There are more handbags in the tunnel, but this time City's one-way glass hospitality gives the nation the perfect view of flying milk.  25 points: Mauricio Pochettino reminds Pep Guardiola of his frequent failure to 'be a gentleman' after victories, cementing his credentials as a future Man Utd manager.  West Brom vs Man Utd (Sunday, 2.15pm) 5 points: Jose Mourinho's side continue to give a passable impression of title challengers with another comfortable win.  15 points: Romelu Lukaku scores against one of his former clubs, and refuses to celebrate out of 'respect'.  Romelu Lukaku scores but betrays no emotion out of enduring respect for the Brummie Road End Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire 25 points: Alan Pardew claims that he would be Man Utd manager now if Steven Gerrard had not denied his West Ham team the 2006 FA Cup.  Bournemouth vs Liverpool (Sunday, 4.30pm) 5 points: These two serve up another entertaining game after last season's 4-3 but Liverpool have to be content with a third straight draw.  15 points: Liverpool's Fab Four continue their mini-dip, and are closer to Gerry and the Pacemakers than John, Paul, George and Ringo on current form.   Philippe Coutinho (front), Sadio Mane, Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino (back) wonder how do you do what you do to them, they wished they knew ... Credit: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images 25 points: Eddie Howe offers to give Jurgen Klopp some lessons in good manners after the Liverpool manager's tete-a-tete with a Sky Sports reporter.  Everton vs Swansea (Monday, 8pm) 5 points: Sam Allardyce masterminds another Everton win but it is not resounding enough to reinstate Christmas.  15 points: Gylfi Sigurdsson's pinpoint set-piece delivery is a cruel reminder of what Swansea fans could have won.  Renato Sanches does what he does best this season Credit: Athena Pictures/Getty Images 25 points: Paul Clement puts his faith in Renato Sanches by giving him a more prominent role - he gets to put the cones out for the pre-match warm up. 

Premier League Bingo: How many points can you pick up from this weekend's action? 

Leicester City vs Crystal Palace (Saturday, 12.30pm) 5 points: Leicester move to within a point of Arsenal with a convincing 3-1 home victory.  15 points: Shinji Okazaki confirms his status as one of the Premier League's unsung heroes with a goal and an assist. If only he had a fancy foreign name... 25 points: Crystal Palace fans embrace Christian Benteke's new-found role as 'pantomine villain' and shout 'he's behind you!' rather than man-on.  Arsenal vs Newcastle United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: The home side jump back up to fifth with a 3-0 win over a lifeless Newcastle outfit. 15 points: Jack Wilshere is named on the substitutes' bench and the first cry of 'SOOOOPPPAA, SUUUPPAAA, JACK' is heard from the North Bank two minutes into the game.  Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's 'SooopppaJack' Credit: Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/Getty Images 25 points: There is a huge cheer when the half-time scores are read out and Arsenal fans hear that rivals Burnley are behind at Brighton.  Brighton vs Burnley (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Both teams score from a corner in a hard-fought draw.  15 points: Burnley will still have scored fewer goals than games played by the full-time whistle.  Sean Dyche - one disc beard, one vision Credit: Martin Rickett/PA 25 points: Glenn Murray is the only person at the Amex with a more elaborate foreign co-ordinated anti-British conspiracy theory than Sean Dyche. Chelsea vs Southampton (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Inconsistent Southampton once again flatter to deceive as Eden Hazard scores twice in a home win.  15 points: Charlie Austin is flagged offside at least six times.  25 points: David Luiz watches from the stands once again and wonders if he could book a flight back to Brazil for Christmas.  It's going to be a cold, cold Christmas, without Lu Credit: PETER CZIBORRA/Action Images Stoke City vs West Ham United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: West Ham continue their resurgence as Marko Arnautovic's goal against his former employers earns them a 2-1 win at the bet365 Stadium.  15 points: David Moyes puts the final nail in Mark Hughes's Stoke coffin, so that Hughes is free to eventually replace Moyes before Moyes eventually takes the Stoke job. That's how this works, right? Moyes hands on misery to Hughes Credit: REUTERS/Toby Melville 25 points: Michail Antonio collapses to the turf in exhaustion after 70 minutes again, and is replaced by an inanimate carbon rod.  Watford vs Huddersfield (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Huddersfield's alarming away record continues as they ship another four goals at Vicarage Road.  15 points: Troy Deeney is still suffering from karma after his Arsenal 'cojones' jibes, and is benched following his shocking miss at Vicarage Road.  25 points: Dean Whitehead comes on to make another Premier League appearance, as the worst farewell tour in sporting history continues.  Manchester City vs Tottenham (Saturday, 5.30pm) 5 points: Spurs come closer than any side to stopping the City juggernaut, but the hosts prevail 3-2 to record their 16th consecutive league victory. 15 points: There are more handbags in the tunnel, but this time City's one-way glass hospitality gives the nation the perfect view of flying milk.  25 points: Mauricio Pochettino reminds Pep Guardiola of his frequent failure to 'be a gentleman' after victories, cementing his credentials as a future Man Utd manager.  West Brom vs Man Utd (Sunday, 2.15pm) 5 points: Jose Mourinho's side continue to give a passable impression of title challengers with another comfortable win.  15 points: Romelu Lukaku scores against one of his former clubs, and refuses to celebrate out of 'respect'.  Romelu Lukaku scores but betrays no emotion out of enduring respect for the Brummie Road End Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire 25 points: Alan Pardew claims that he would be Man Utd manager now if Steven Gerrard had not denied his West Ham team the 2006 FA Cup.  Bournemouth vs Liverpool (Sunday, 4.30pm) 5 points: These two serve up another entertaining game after last season's 4-3 but Liverpool have to be content with a third straight draw.  15 points: Liverpool's Fab Four continue their mini-dip, and are closer to Gerry and the Pacemakers than John, Paul, George and Ringo on current form.   Philippe Coutinho (front), Sadio Mane, Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino (back) wonder how do you do what you do to them, they wished they knew ... Credit: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images 25 points: Eddie Howe offers to give Jurgen Klopp some lessons in good manners after the Liverpool manager's tete-a-tete with a Sky Sports reporter.  Everton vs Swansea (Monday, 8pm) 5 points: Sam Allardyce masterminds another Everton win but it is not resounding enough to reinstate Christmas.  15 points: Gylfi Sigurdsson's pinpoint set-piece delivery is a cruel reminder of what Swansea fans could have won.  Renato Sanches does what he does best this season Credit: Athena Pictures/Getty Images 25 points: Paul Clement puts his faith in Renato Sanches by giving him a more prominent role - he gets to put the cones out for the pre-match warm up. 

Premier League Bingo: How many points can you pick up from this weekend's action? 

Leicester City vs Crystal Palace (Saturday, 12.30pm) 5 points: Leicester move to within a point of Arsenal with a convincing 3-1 home victory.  15 points: Shinji Okazaki confirms his status as one of the Premier League's unsung heroes with a goal and an assist. If only he had a fancy foreign name... 25 points: Crystal Palace fans embrace Christian Benteke's new-found role as 'pantomine villain' and shout 'he's behind you!' rather than man-on.  Arsenal vs Newcastle United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: The home side jump back up to fifth with a 3-0 win over a lifeless Newcastle outfit. 15 points: Jack Wilshere is named on the substitutes' bench and the first cry of 'SOOOOPPPAA, SUUUPPAAA, JACK' is heard from the North Bank two minutes into the game.  Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's 'SooopppaJack' Credit: Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/Getty Images 25 points: There is a huge cheer when the half-time scores are read out and Arsenal fans hear that rivals Burnley are behind at Brighton.  Brighton vs Burnley (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Both teams score from a corner in a hard-fought draw.  15 points: Burnley will still have scored fewer goals than games played by the full-time whistle.  Sean Dyche - one disc beard, one vision Credit: Martin Rickett/PA 25 points: Glenn Murray is the only person at the Amex with a more elaborate foreign co-ordinated anti-British conspiracy theory than Sean Dyche. Chelsea vs Southampton (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Inconsistent Southampton once again flatter to deceive as Eden Hazard scores twice in a home win.  15 points: Charlie Austin is flagged offside at least six times.  25 points: David Luiz watches from the stands once again and wonders if he could book a flight back to Brazil for Christmas.  It's going to be a cold, cold Christmas, without Lu Credit: PETER CZIBORRA/Action Images Stoke City vs West Ham United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: West Ham continue their resurgence as Marko Arnautovic's goal against his former employers earns them a 2-1 win at the bet365 Stadium.  15 points: David Moyes puts the final nail in Mark Hughes's Stoke coffin, so that Hughes is free to eventually replace Moyes before Moyes eventually takes the Stoke job. That's how this works, right? Moyes hands on misery to Hughes Credit: REUTERS/Toby Melville 25 points: Michail Antonio collapses to the turf in exhaustion after 70 minutes again, and is replaced by an inanimate carbon rod.  Watford vs Huddersfield (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Huddersfield's alarming away record continues as they ship another four goals at Vicarage Road.  15 points: Troy Deeney is still suffering from karma after his Arsenal 'cojones' jibes, and is benched following his shocking miss at Vicarage Road.  25 points: Dean Whitehead comes on to make another Premier League appearance, as the worst farewell tour in sporting history continues.  Manchester City vs Tottenham (Saturday, 5.30pm) 5 points: Spurs come closer than any side to stopping the City juggernaut, but the hosts prevail 3-2 to record their 16th consecutive league victory. 15 points: There are more handbags in the tunnel, but this time City's one-way glass hospitality gives the nation the perfect view of flying milk.  25 points: Mauricio Pochettino reminds Pep Guardiola of his frequent failure to 'be a gentleman' after victories, cementing his credentials as a future Man Utd manager.  West Brom vs Man Utd (Sunday, 2.15pm) 5 points: Jose Mourinho's side continue to give a passable impression of title challengers with another comfortable win.  15 points: Romelu Lukaku scores against one of his former clubs, and refuses to celebrate out of 'respect'.  Romelu Lukaku scores but betrays no emotion out of enduring respect for the Brummie Road End Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire 25 points: Alan Pardew claims that he would be Man Utd manager now if Steven Gerrard had not denied his West Ham team the 2006 FA Cup.  Bournemouth vs Liverpool (Sunday, 4.30pm) 5 points: These two serve up another entertaining game after last season's 4-3 but Liverpool have to be content with a third straight draw.  15 points: Liverpool's Fab Four continue their mini-dip, and are closer to Gerry and the Pacemakers than John, Paul, George and Ringo on current form.   Philippe Coutinho (front), Sadio Mane, Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino (back) wonder how do you do what you do to them, they wished they knew ... Credit: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images 25 points: Eddie Howe offers to give Jurgen Klopp some lessons in good manners after the Liverpool manager's tete-a-tete with a Sky Sports reporter.  Everton vs Swansea (Monday, 8pm) 5 points: Sam Allardyce masterminds another Everton win but it is not resounding enough to reinstate Christmas.  15 points: Gylfi Sigurdsson's pinpoint set-piece delivery is a cruel reminder of what Swansea fans could have won.  Renato Sanches does what he does best this season Credit: Athena Pictures/Getty Images 25 points: Paul Clement puts his faith in Renato Sanches by giving him a more prominent role - he gets to put the cones out for the pre-match warm up. 

Premier League Bingo: How many points can you pick up from this weekend's action? 

Leicester City vs Crystal Palace (Saturday, 12.30pm) 5 points: Leicester move to within a point of Arsenal with a convincing 3-1 home victory.  15 points: Shinji Okazaki confirms his status as one of the Premier League's unsung heroes with a goal and an assist. If only he had a fancy foreign name... 25 points: Crystal Palace fans embrace Christian Benteke's new-found role as 'pantomine villain' and shout 'he's behind you!' rather than man-on.  Arsenal vs Newcastle United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: The home side jump back up to fifth with a 3-0 win over a lifeless Newcastle outfit. 15 points: Jack Wilshere is named on the substitutes' bench and the first cry of 'SOOOOPPPAA, SUUUPPAAA, JACK' is heard from the North Bank two minutes into the game.  Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's 'SooopppaJack' Credit: Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/Getty Images 25 points: There is a huge cheer when the half-time scores are read out and Arsenal fans hear that rivals Burnley are behind at Brighton.  Brighton vs Burnley (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Both teams score from a corner in a hard-fought draw.  15 points: Burnley will still have scored fewer goals than games played by the full-time whistle.  Sean Dyche - one disc beard, one vision Credit: Martin Rickett/PA 25 points: Glenn Murray is the only person at the Amex with a more elaborate foreign co-ordinated anti-British conspiracy theory than Sean Dyche. Chelsea vs Southampton (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Inconsistent Southampton once again flatter to deceive as Eden Hazard scores twice in a home win.  15 points: Charlie Austin is flagged offside at least six times.  25 points: David Luiz watches from the stands once again and wonders if he could book a flight back to Brazil for Christmas.  It's going to be a cold, cold Christmas, without Lu Credit: PETER CZIBORRA/Action Images Stoke City vs West Ham United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: West Ham continue their resurgence as Marko Arnautovic's goal against his former employers earns them a 2-1 win at the bet365 Stadium.  15 points: David Moyes puts the final nail in Mark Hughes's Stoke coffin, so that Hughes is free to eventually replace Moyes before Moyes eventually takes the Stoke job. That's how this works, right? Moyes hands on misery to Hughes Credit: REUTERS/Toby Melville 25 points: Michail Antonio collapses to the turf in exhaustion after 70 minutes again, and is replaced by an inanimate carbon rod.  Watford vs Huddersfield (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Huddersfield's alarming away record continues as they ship another four goals at Vicarage Road.  15 points: Troy Deeney is still suffering from karma after his Arsenal 'cojones' jibes, and is benched following his shocking miss at Vicarage Road.  25 points: Dean Whitehead comes on to make another Premier League appearance, as the worst farewell tour in sporting history continues.  Manchester City vs Tottenham (Saturday, 5.30pm) 5 points: Spurs come closer than any side to stopping the City juggernaut, but the hosts prevail 3-2 to record their 16th consecutive league victory. 15 points: There are more handbags in the tunnel, but this time City's one-way glass hospitality gives the nation the perfect view of flying milk.  25 points: Mauricio Pochettino reminds Pep Guardiola of his frequent failure to 'be a gentleman' after victories, cementing his credentials as a future Man Utd manager.  West Brom vs Man Utd (Sunday, 2.15pm) 5 points: Jose Mourinho's side continue to give a passable impression of title challengers with another comfortable win.  15 points: Romelu Lukaku scores against one of his former clubs, and refuses to celebrate out of 'respect'.  Romelu Lukaku scores but betrays no emotion out of enduring respect for the Brummie Road End Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire 25 points: Alan Pardew claims that he would be Man Utd manager now if Steven Gerrard had not denied his West Ham team the 2006 FA Cup.  Bournemouth vs Liverpool (Sunday, 4.30pm) 5 points: These two serve up another entertaining game after last season's 4-3 but Liverpool have to be content with a third straight draw.  15 points: Liverpool's Fab Four continue their mini-dip, and are closer to Gerry and the Pacemakers than John, Paul, George and Ringo on current form.   Philippe Coutinho (front), Sadio Mane, Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino (back) wonder how do you do what you do to them, they wished they knew ... Credit: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images 25 points: Eddie Howe offers to give Jurgen Klopp some lessons in good manners after the Liverpool manager's tete-a-tete with a Sky Sports reporter.  Everton vs Swansea (Monday, 8pm) 5 points: Sam Allardyce masterminds another Everton win but it is not resounding enough to reinstate Christmas.  15 points: Gylfi Sigurdsson's pinpoint set-piece delivery is a cruel reminder of what Swansea fans could have won.  Renato Sanches does what he does best this season Credit: Athena Pictures/Getty Images 25 points: Paul Clement puts his faith in Renato Sanches by giving him a more prominent role - he gets to put the cones out for the pre-match warm up. 

Premier League Bingo: How many points can you pick up from this weekend's action? 

Leicester City vs Crystal Palace (Saturday, 12.30pm) 5 points: Leicester move to within a point of Arsenal with a convincing 3-1 home victory.  15 points: Shinji Okazaki confirms his status as one of the Premier League's unsung heroes with a goal and an assist. If only he had a fancy foreign name... 25 points: Crystal Palace fans embrace Christian Benteke's new-found role as 'pantomine villain' and shout 'he's behind you!' rather than man-on.  Arsenal vs Newcastle United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: The home side jump back up to fifth with a 3-0 win over a lifeless Newcastle outfit. 15 points: Jack Wilshere is named on the substitutes' bench and the first cry of 'SOOOOPPPAA, SUUUPPAAA, JACK' is heard from the North Bank two minutes into the game.  Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's 'SooopppaJack' Credit: Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/Getty Images 25 points: There is a huge cheer when the half-time scores are read out and Arsenal fans hear that rivals Burnley are behind at Brighton.  Brighton vs Burnley (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Both teams score from a corner in a hard-fought draw.  15 points: Burnley will still have scored fewer goals than games played by the full-time whistle.  Sean Dyche - one disc beard, one vision Credit: Martin Rickett/PA 25 points: Glenn Murray is the only person at the Amex with a more elaborate foreign co-ordinated anti-British conspiracy theory than Sean Dyche. Chelsea vs Southampton (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Inconsistent Southampton once again flatter to deceive as Eden Hazard scores twice in a home win.  15 points: Charlie Austin is flagged offside at least six times.  25 points: David Luiz watches from the stands once again and wonders if he could book a flight back to Brazil for Christmas.  It's going to be a cold, cold Christmas, without Lu Credit: PETER CZIBORRA/Action Images Stoke City vs West Ham United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: West Ham continue their resurgence as Marko Arnautovic's goal against his former employers earns them a 2-1 win at the bet365 Stadium.  15 points: David Moyes puts the final nail in Mark Hughes's Stoke coffin, so that Hughes is free to eventually replace Moyes before Moyes eventually takes the Stoke job. That's how this works, right? Moyes hands on misery to Hughes Credit: REUTERS/Toby Melville 25 points: Michail Antonio collapses to the turf in exhaustion after 70 minutes again, and is replaced by an inanimate carbon rod.  Watford vs Huddersfield (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Huddersfield's alarming away record continues as they ship another four goals at Vicarage Road.  15 points: Troy Deeney is still suffering from karma after his Arsenal 'cojones' jibes, and is benched following his shocking miss at Vicarage Road.  25 points: Dean Whitehead comes on to make another Premier League appearance, as the worst farewell tour in sporting history continues.  Manchester City vs Tottenham (Saturday, 5.30pm) 5 points: Spurs come closer than any side to stopping the City juggernaut, but the hosts prevail 3-2 to record their 16th consecutive league victory. 15 points: There are more handbags in the tunnel, but this time City's one-way glass hospitality gives the nation the perfect view of flying milk.  25 points: Mauricio Pochettino reminds Pep Guardiola of his frequent failure to 'be a gentleman' after victories, cementing his credentials as a future Man Utd manager.  West Brom vs Man Utd (Sunday, 2.15pm) 5 points: Jose Mourinho's side continue to give a passable impression of title challengers with another comfortable win.  15 points: Romelu Lukaku scores against one of his former clubs, and refuses to celebrate out of 'respect'.  Romelu Lukaku scores but betrays no emotion out of enduring respect for the Brummie Road End Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire 25 points: Alan Pardew claims that he would be Man Utd manager now if Steven Gerrard had not denied his West Ham team the 2006 FA Cup.  Bournemouth vs Liverpool (Sunday, 4.30pm) 5 points: These two serve up another entertaining game after last season's 4-3 but Liverpool have to be content with a third straight draw.  15 points: Liverpool's Fab Four continue their mini-dip, and are closer to Gerry and the Pacemakers than John, Paul, George and Ringo on current form.   Philippe Coutinho (front), Sadio Mane, Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino (back) wonder how do you do what you do to them, they wished they knew ... Credit: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images 25 points: Eddie Howe offers to give Jurgen Klopp some lessons in good manners after the Liverpool manager's tete-a-tete with a Sky Sports reporter.  Everton vs Swansea (Monday, 8pm) 5 points: Sam Allardyce masterminds another Everton win but it is not resounding enough to reinstate Christmas.  15 points: Gylfi Sigurdsson's pinpoint set-piece delivery is a cruel reminder of what Swansea fans could have won.  Renato Sanches does what he does best this season Credit: Athena Pictures/Getty Images 25 points: Paul Clement puts his faith in Renato Sanches by giving him a more prominent role - he gets to put the cones out for the pre-match warm up. 

Premier League Bingo: How many points can you pick up from this weekend's action? 

Leicester City vs Crystal Palace (Saturday, 12.30pm) 5 points: Leicester move to within a point of Arsenal with a convincing 3-1 home victory.  15 points: Shinji Okazaki confirms his status as one of the Premier League's unsung heroes with a goal and an assist. If only he had a fancy foreign name... 25 points: Crystal Palace fans embrace Christian Benteke's new-found role as 'pantomine villain' and shout 'he's behind you!' rather than man-on.  Arsenal vs Newcastle United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: The home side jump back up to fifth with a 3-0 win over a lifeless Newcastle outfit. 15 points: Jack Wilshere is named on the substitutes' bench and the first cry of 'SOOOOPPPAA, SUUUPPAAA, JACK' is heard from the North Bank two minutes into the game.  Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's 'SooopppaJack' Credit: Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/Getty Images 25 points: There is a huge cheer when the half-time scores are read out and Arsenal fans hear that rivals Burnley are behind at Brighton.  Brighton vs Burnley (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Both teams score from a corner in a hard-fought draw.  15 points: Burnley will still have scored fewer goals than games played by the full-time whistle.  Sean Dyche - one disc beard, one vision Credit: Martin Rickett/PA 25 points: Glenn Murray is the only person at the Amex with a more elaborate foreign co-ordinated anti-British conspiracy theory than Sean Dyche. Chelsea vs Southampton (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Inconsistent Southampton once again flatter to deceive as Eden Hazard scores twice in a home win.  15 points: Charlie Austin is flagged offside at least six times.  25 points: David Luiz watches from the stands once again and wonders if he could book a flight back to Brazil for Christmas.  It's going to be a cold, cold Christmas, without Lu Credit: PETER CZIBORRA/Action Images Stoke City vs West Ham United (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: West Ham continue their resurgence as Marko Arnautovic's goal against his former employers earns them a 2-1 win at the bet365 Stadium.  15 points: David Moyes puts the final nail in Mark Hughes's Stoke coffin, so that Hughes is free to eventually replace Moyes before Moyes eventually takes the Stoke job. That's how this works, right? Moyes hands on misery to Hughes Credit: REUTERS/Toby Melville 25 points: Michail Antonio collapses to the turf in exhaustion after 70 minutes again, and is replaced by an inanimate carbon rod.  Watford vs Huddersfield (Saturday, 3pm) 5 points: Huddersfield's alarming away record continues as they ship another four goals at Vicarage Road.  15 points: Troy Deeney is still suffering from karma after his Arsenal 'cojones' jibes, and is benched following his shocking miss at Vicarage Road.  25 points: Dean Whitehead comes on to make another Premier League appearance, as the worst farewell tour in sporting history continues.  Manchester City vs Tottenham (Saturday, 5.30pm) 5 points: Spurs come closer than any side to stopping the City juggernaut, but the hosts prevail 3-2 to record their 16th consecutive league victory. 15 points: There are more handbags in the tunnel, but this time City's one-way glass hospitality gives the nation the perfect view of flying milk.  25 points: Mauricio Pochettino reminds Pep Guardiola of his frequent failure to 'be a gentleman' after victories, cementing his credentials as a future Man Utd manager.  West Brom vs Man Utd (Sunday, 2.15pm) 5 points: Jose Mourinho's side continue to give a passable impression of title challengers with another comfortable win.  15 points: Romelu Lukaku scores against one of his former clubs, and refuses to celebrate out of 'respect'.  Romelu Lukaku scores but betrays no emotion out of enduring respect for the Brummie Road End Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire 25 points: Alan Pardew claims that he would be Man Utd manager now if Steven Gerrard had not denied his West Ham team the 2006 FA Cup.  Bournemouth vs Liverpool (Sunday, 4.30pm) 5 points: These two serve up another entertaining game after last season's 4-3 but Liverpool have to be content with a third straight draw.  15 points: Liverpool's Fab Four continue their mini-dip, and are closer to Gerry and the Pacemakers than John, Paul, George and Ringo on current form.   Philippe Coutinho (front), Sadio Mane, Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino (back) wonder how do you do what you do to them, they wished they knew ... Credit: Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images 25 points: Eddie Howe offers to give Jurgen Klopp some lessons in good manners after the Liverpool manager's tete-a-tete with a Sky Sports reporter.  Everton vs Swansea (Monday, 8pm) 5 points: Sam Allardyce masterminds another Everton win but it is not resounding enough to reinstate Christmas.  15 points: Gylfi Sigurdsson's pinpoint set-piece delivery is a cruel reminder of what Swansea fans could have won.  Renato Sanches does what he does best this season Credit: Athena Pictures/Getty Images 25 points: Paul Clement puts his faith in Renato Sanches by giving him a more prominent role - he gets to put the cones out for the pre-match warm up. 

Manchester City dumped out of the FA Youth Cup in shock defeat to Plymouth Argyle 

Plymouth Argyle stunned Manchester City in the third round of the FA Youth Cup with a surprise win on penalties. Argyle goalkeeper Michael Cooper put in a man of the match display at Home Park to ensure the game finished 0-0 after 90 minutes. A Manchester City team containing the captains of England and Spain's U17 sides then succumbed 6-5 on penalties. England's U17 World Cup-winning goalkeeper Curtis Anderson was unable to prevent Michael Peck from scoring the game-winning penalty after Plymouth goalkeeper Cooper had set up the prospect of victory by keeping out Ian Carlo Poveda-Ocampo's spot kick. Man City's youth side have lost in the final of the competition for the past three years running, all to Chelsea.  Manchester City players look dejected following their penalty shootout defeat to Plymouth Credit: Getty Images Plymouth will not play Burnley at home in the fourth round of the competition.  "I am so proud. We managed to see it through to extra-time, when there were some weary legs and weary minds, but we managed to see the game through," said Plymouth Academy director, Kevin Hodges. "I don't think the boys will understand until a few days time what they have actually achieved."

Manchester City dumped out of the FA Youth Cup in shock defeat to Plymouth Argyle 

Plymouth Argyle stunned Manchester City in the third round of the FA Youth Cup with a surprise win on penalties. Argyle goalkeeper Michael Cooper put in a man of the match display at Home Park to ensure the game finished 0-0 after 90 minutes. A Manchester City team containing the captains of England and Spain's U17 sides then succumbed 6-5 on penalties. England's U17 World Cup-winning goalkeeper Curtis Anderson was unable to prevent Michael Peck from scoring the game-winning penalty after Plymouth goalkeeper Cooper had set up the prospect of victory by keeping out Ian Carlo Poveda-Ocampo's spot kick. Man City's youth side have lost in the final of the competition for the past three years running, all to Chelsea.  Manchester City players look dejected following their penalty shootout defeat to Plymouth Credit: Getty Images Plymouth will not play Burnley at home in the fourth round of the competition.  "I am so proud. We managed to see it through to extra-time, when there were some weary legs and weary minds, but we managed to see the game through," said Plymouth Academy director, Kevin Hodges. "I don't think the boys will understand until a few days time what they have actually achieved."

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Arsene Wenger's side drew their second consecutive Premier League game on the road to leave themselves seventh in the standings, even below Burnley

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