Cesc Fabregas avoids punishment over referee rant

Arsenal captain Cesc Fabregas was today in the clear after the Football Association revealed referee Lee Mason made no special mention of the episode which left David Moyes raging at the Emirates Stadium.

Koscielny's header helps Gunners keep up the pressure

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Fellaini scores injury-time equaliser to save point

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Kuyt spot-kick rescues point for Liverpool

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We lack cutting edge, moans Arteta

Mikel Arteta accepts Everton's lack of "end product" has cost them dearly so far this season and they need a prolific striker if they are to break into the Premier League top four.

Stoke take victory in clash with Everton

Stoke 2 Everton 0

West Ham blow chance to escape relegation zone

West Ham 1 Everton 1

David Moyes backs Avram Grant to improve West Ham

Everton manager David Moyes believes Avram Grant has the ability to turn West Ham's dismal situation around if given time.

Hammers look to Cole and Co to help carry burden of escaping drop

West Ham United, off the bottom of the Premier League for the first time since October, take on Everton today determined to make their Boxing Day victory at Fulham the start of their climb out of trouble.

Moyes: Money not always the answer

David Moyes believes Manchester City still have much to do to prove themselves as true title challengers.

Moyes is troubled by Beckford's wastefulness

Everton 1 West Bromwich Albion 4

Bruce urges Black Cats to avoid dead bounce after leap forward

Sunderland manager Steve Bruce has challenged his players to adopt a ruthless approach as they attempt to build on an impressive start to the season. Monday night's 2-2 draw with Everton left the Black Cats a point clear in seventh place in the Premier League table and just two behind Tottenham Hotspur in sixth as they head into a run of fixtures which they hope will be less testing than the bulk of their opening 14.

Danny Welbeck form a mixed blessing for Sunderland

Assistant manager Eric Black admitted Sunderland could struggle to hold on to teenage striker Danny Welbeck if he continues in his rich vein of form.

Title challenge builds up steam as Arsenal pair flair with steel

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Arsenal hold off Everton fightback to claim points

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