The 2015/16 Premier League came to a close on Sunday afternoon. There is still one game to play, as Manchester United are still to take on Bournemouth following the abandonment of their clash at Old Trafford. However, that fixture cannot change too much in the table, as United would have to win 19-0 to claim
The Gunners hammered the hapless Aston Villa at The Emirates to wrap up three points. Spurs’s capitulation against Newcastle ensured Arsene Wenger’s men pipped their bitter rivals to second place – much to the delight of their fans.
Barton was named Burnley’s player of the year after helping them gain promotion to the Premier League Rangers have made a move to sign Burnley midfielder Joey Barton on a free transfer this summer. The 33-year-old was shown round the club’s Auchenhowie training ground on Saturday. Talks will continue and a deal could be imminent.
Stephen Ireland has six caps for the Republic of Ireland Stoke City midfielder Stephen Ireland has broken his leg in training. The 29-year-old former Republic of Ireland international “is facing an extended spell on the sidelines”, said a Potters statement. The former Manchester City and Aston Villa player has made 16 appearances in all competitions
Image copyright PA Image caption A Champagne moment for Leicester city fans A “fairytale come true” is how Leicester’s historic Premier League win against all the odds has been described by fans. At the start of the season, the Foxes were given a 5,000-1 chance of finishing on top. Leicester’s own Gary Lineker said he
Iceland international Johann Berg Gudmundsson has scored six goals in all competitions for Charlton this season. Johann Berg Gudmundsson scored for the second successive game as already-relegated Charlton overcame Leeds. Gudmundsson struck the post from 25 yards before latching onto Morgan Fox’s cross to put his side ahead. Ademola Lookman fired past Marco Silvestri to
CLICK THROUGH THE GALLERY ABOVE TO SEE CHARLIE NICHOLAS’ MANCHESTER UNITED V LEICESTER COMBINED XI The Foxes will win the Premier League if they overcome the Red Devils at Old Trafford. But which of Claudio Ranieri’s star men got the nod in Nicholas’ combined XI?
Hull boss Steve Bruce is expected to choose from an unchanged squad for the home game against Brentford. Defender Michael Dawson returned to training on Monday after missing the last three games due to a calf injury but has only an outside chance of featuring in the squad.
Bruce has no new injury or suspension
West Ham feared Carroll would be hit with a ban after questioning Moss’ integrity following this month’s 2-2 draw with Leicester. Carroll claimed Moss was “trying to even it up” having already given West Ham a disputed late penalty.
Manager Manuel Pellegrini confirmed that Toure has suffered a knee injury and will be out for at least the next two games, while Hart, who injured his calf in the defeat to Manchester United a fortnight ago, has failed to recover. However, City will welcome back long-term absentees Kevin De Bruyne and Samir Nasri. “I’m