2019 Schedule

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2019 Schedule
26-3-9, 2nd in English Premier League
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17hRob Dawson

Pep praises 'decisive' Jesus after Man City win

Gabriel Jesus was the key reason behind Manchester City's Champions League triumph over Real Madrid, according to manager Pep Guardiola.

Hislop: Manchester City still 'struggling for ideas' (1:03)
Varane 'crumbled' in Real Madrid's Champions League exit (1:27)

Mark Ogden Senior Writer, ESPN FC 

Pep Guardiola and Zinedine Zidane chat post-match after Manchester City beat Real Madrid 4-2 in aggregate in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16. Guardiola's City now face French club Lyon in the quarterfinal in Lisbon on Aug 15 as they attempt to win the tournament for the first time.

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1dTom Hamilton

Liverpool trio nominated for PL player award

Manchester City's Kevin De Bruyne, Southampton's Danny Ings, Burnley's Nick Pope and Leicester's Jamie Vardy were also nominated.

Bale preferring to not play in UCL 'completely wrong' (1:25)
Eden Hazard must be 'outstanding' for Real Madrid vs. Man City (1:42)
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2dAlex Kirkland and Rodrigo Faez

Bale didn't want to play for Real vs. City - Zidane

Gareth Bale was left out of Real Madrid's squad for their clash at Manchester City because he "preferred not to play," Zinedine Zidane has said.

What Guardiola can learn from Zidane in Champions League hunt (1:35)
Ogden: Pep doesn't believe Jesus can deliver the Champions League (1:54)
Photo by Robin Jones - AFC Bournemouth/AFC Bournemouth via Getty Images
2dRob Dawson

Barca target Garcia won't pen City deal - Pep

The 19-year-old, who has a year left on his contract, has played a key role for Guardiola since the Premier League resumed in June.

Are Manchester City finished buying defenders? (1:04)
Laurens: Ferran Torres like a young David Silva (2:05)
Photo by Matt McNulty - Manchester City/Manchester City FC via Getty Images
4dIan Darke

Premier League wish lists for Big Six clubs

With the transfer window open, England's giants are in rebuild mode. Champions Liverpool don't need much; those below them have issues to address.

2019-20 Prem Ladder

Manchester City382639+6781
Manchester United3818128+3066
Leicester City3818812+2662
Tottenham Hotspur38161111+1459
Wolverhampton Wanderers3815149+1159
Sheffield United38141212054
Newcastle United38111116-2044
Crystal Palace38111017-1943
Brighton & Hove Albion3891415-1541
West Ham United3810919-1339
Aston Villa389821-2635
AFC Bournemouth389722-2534
Norwich City385627-4921

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference671st
Goals Scored1021st
Goals Conceded352nd