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EA Sports Player Performance Index Saints At Hull City
EA Sports bring us a few stats ahead of our trip to Humberside to take on Hull City and hopefully not only continue our great run this season, but our record against the Tigers. Hull will go into this weekend’s fixture with good reason to be confident, having remained unbeaten in their last three games, in a run that included away fixtures to both Liverpool and Arsenal. Their good start to the season sees them sit just inside the top half, but a third win of the season could see them climb…
EA Sports Player Performance Index Premier League Weekend 1st November
EA Sports take a look at the other Premier League games being played this weekend with the Manchester derby being the most prominent.
G.M's Match Preview: Derby Must Take Cup Form To Brentford
Derby got over their poor Wigan performance in some style when coming back brilliantly from two nil down to score five goals in twenty minutes.
Odds, but not recent history, stacked against QPR at Chelsea - preview
Queens Park Rangers
QPR's recent improvements will be given the toughest possible test this week with table toppers Chelsea and reigning champions Manchester City up next.
Racism, Wright-Phillips and Robinson from the halfway line – history
Queens Park Rangers
Ahead of the trip to Stamford Bridge tomorrow, LFW looks back at the controversial recent history of the fixture, and a memorable League Cup quarter final from the 1980s.
EA Sports Player Performance Index : Man City Vs Man Utd
In spite of suffering defeat at the hands of West Ham in their last Premier League outing, Man City will still be in confident mood going into the first Manchester Derby of the season. City find themselves in third place in the league, six points behind leaders Chelsea, and will be looking to close the gap by emulating their performance and result in the 4-1 home win against United last year.
Toure Still A Doubt For Derby
City have the perfect chance to make amends for their recent run of poor results when they welcome cross town rivals United to Eastlands for Sunday's lunch time kick off. Last season's two Manchester derby's were a one side affair with City smashing seven in total past David Moyes’s shambles of a defence. In fact City have been victorious from five of the last six encounters. United will be buoyed by their much improved performance against table topping Chelsea last week.