Arsenal suffered a morale hurting defeat to Southampton as a brace from Danny Ings and a late winner from Charlie Austin ended their unbeaten run.
Southampton travel to West London to take on reigning champions Chelsea, whose crown looks to be slipping away and heading to the blue half of Manchester
Manchester City will look to maintain their stranglehold atop the Premier League table when they host Southampton at the Etihad
As the Gunners gear up to host Southampton FC at the Emirates Stadium, they will be boosted by the return of their Chilean dynamo Alexis Sanchez.
Debutant Charlie Austin's late goal earned Southampton a 1-0 victory at Manchester United on Saturday that put the pressure back on beaten manager Louis van Gaal.
According to reports in England, Southampton have rejected an offer from Liverpool FC for striker Shane Long, despite their recent signing of Charlie Austin from Queen's Park Rangers
Manchester City play host to Queens Park Rangers at the Etihad Stadium on Sunday for an important Premier League encounter. After a dismal show in the month of March and April, the Cityzens have now won 3 consecutive matches and are comfortably placed at the second position in the league, above Arsenal, based on goal difference. Queens Park Rangers, in comparison, are struggling in the relegation zone towards the bottom of the table. While Manuel Pellegrini would want to secure all three points from the match and confine City’s position in the league, QPR might put up a resolute fight, drawing inspiration from their performance last week, against Liverpool. Team News& Tactical Brief Manchester City FC Manchester City FC will look forward to welcome back their most dependable midfielder Yaya Toure into the first team squad against Queens Park Rangers. Yaya Toure was taken off in the second half against Aston Villa two weeks back due to a hamstring strain. […]
Liverpool FC take on Queens Park Rangers in a Premier League today at Anfield. Liverpool are currently at the 5th position in the league table. Brendan Rodgersa side is going through a bad patch in recent times. After losing against Aston Villa in the FA Cup finals, they lost by a goal to nil against Hull City last week which halted their chance of making it among the top four teams in the Premier League. They still have a lot to play for. A win in all the four games remaining will cement their position in the league and they can finish the season in a respectable position. Queens Park Rangers, on the other hand are struggling at the bottom half of the league table. They are place at the 19th position and most likely will be demoted next season. Chris Ramsey will want his team to put up a resolute performance against The Reds and improve their position in […]
Liverpool and QPR were involved in an absolutely bizarre match that somehow saw the former leave London with three points in hand.