2017 Schedule

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2017 Schedule
8-9-16, 17th in English Premier League
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6hESPN staff

Sanches' Swansea return unlikely - Carvalhal

Renato Sanches is unlikely to feature for Swansea City again this season because of a hamstring injury, manager Carlos Carvalhal said.

Is the relegation race all but over? (1:58)
Swansea 1-1 Everton: Swans save a point (2:15)
Ayew nets equalizer for Swansea (1:12)
Naughton own goal puts Everton in front (1:03)
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7dESPN staff

Injured Sanches due back at Swansea next week

Renato Sanches is expected to return to Swansea City next week and could feature once he recovers from injury, manager Carlos Carvalhal said.

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8dMatthew Stanger

Transfer Talk: Man United target Alfie Mawson

Jose Mourinho's search for defensive reinforcements has him looking at Swansea centre-back Alfie Mawson. Transfer Talk has the latest.

West Brom 1-1 Swansea: Baggies end run of defeats (1:47)
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12dPA Sport

Moore stops the rot at West Brom

Darren Moore successfully ended the eight-game losing streak bequeathed to him by West Brom predecessor Alan Pardew -- a 1-1 draw with Swansea.

Swansea equalize through Tammy Abraham's header (0:40)
Rodriguez taps in West Brom's opener (0:56)
Romelu Lukaku
19dPA Sport

Lukaku's 100th goal aids Man United win

Romelu Lukaku's 100th Premier League goal set Manchester United on course for a comfortable victory against relegation-threatened Swansea.

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19dRob Dawson

Lukaku landmark, Sanchez finally shines

Romelu Lukaku reached 100 Premier League goals while Alexis Sanchez finally found form as Manchester United strengthened their top four bid.

Sanchez doubles Man United's advantage (0:59)
WATCH: Lukaku scores 100th Premier League goal (1:09)
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33dPA Sport

Eriksen's brace leads Spurs to FA Cup semis

Christian Eriksen's double made Tottenham Hotspur temporarily forget about the absence of Harry Kane as they advanced to the semifinals of the FA Cup.

Carlos Carvalhal: Master of Analogies (1:28)

2017-18 Prem Ladder

Manchester City332832+6887
Manchester United342356+3974
Tottenham Hotspur342086+3568
Leicester City33111012+243
Newcastle United3311814-741
AFC Bournemouth3591115-1738
Brighton & Hove Albion3481214-1536
West Ham United3381114-1835
Huddersfield Town349817-2735
Crystal Palace3481016-1834
Swansea City338916-1933
Stoke City3461018-3328
West Bromwich Albion3441218-2524

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-1916th
Goals Scored27Tied-18th
Goals Conceded469th