Clint Dempsey is enjoying his best season in the Premier League for Fulham with sixteen goals so far. Injuries to Pavel Pogrebnyak and Andrew Johnson have seen the American start up front in the Cottagers’ last two matches and he hasn’t disappointed. So should Clint Dempsey be starting up front for Fulham on a regular basis?
Grant Holt has had an exceptional first season in the Premier League for Norwich. Thirteen goals have seen the Canaries front-man sat as the second highest scoring Englishman behind Wayne Rooney. With Euro 2012 approaching this summer, should Grant Holt be considered for England?
With the injury-prone Louis Saha gone to Tottenham and the usually reliable Tim Cahill failing to find form this season, Everton have struggled to find goals. In fact, only Liverpool have scored fewer than David Moyes’ men in the top ten teams in the Premier League this term. So, is Nikica Jelavic the answer to Everton’s goal-drought this season?
Nicolas Gaitan is a dangerous player for Benfica and 1-0 is the most dangerous lead in football. Whilst Chelsea put on a fantastic performance to become the first team to win at the Estadio da Luz in this season’s Champions League, they must guard against any kind of complacency thinking that this tie is sewn up.
Emmanuel Adebayor had only netted twice in the Premier League in 2012 for Spurs. That all changed Sunday against Swansea, as his hard work paid off with two goals and Spurs earning three points to stop their five-game league winless skid. So, just what did Emmanuel Adebayor do to get back on the goal trail?
Steve Bruce favoured a style of play that attacked down the right, but Martin O’Neill has shifted that focus to the left. James McClean is his weapon of choice to instigate attacks and the Mackems have seen an upturn in results since O’Neill took over. So, just how has James McClean changed the focus of the Sunderland attack?
Papiss Demba Cisse and Hatem Ben Arfa put on a sensational performance Sunday against West Brom. Along with Demba Ba, the trio produced some exceptional attacking football, which saw Newcastle three goals to the good before half time. Insight takes a look at just how they did it.
Chelsea remain the only Premier League team left in this season’s Champions League. After knocking off Napoli in extra-time, they now face a stiff test with a trip to Benfica. So, just what must Chelsea do to emerge in good shape for the second leg?
This weekend in the Premier League was all about the number two. Man City failed to score two goals away from home. Liverpool conceded two goals from set pieces for two straight defeats. David Wheater scored his first two goals for Bolton. Djibril Cisse saw red for the second time since arriving at QPR, whilst Papiss Demba Cisse scored twice to enhance Newcastle’s European prospects. Here are five things I learned about the Premier League this weekend.
Junior Hoilett started the season on the wing, but in the last few games, he has been preferred to play off of Yakubu in an advanced midfield role. The move is paying dividends as Blackburn have two wins and a draw from their last three Premier League matches, with Junior Hoilett scoring three times. So, just how is his re-positioning benefitting Blackburn Rovers?
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