Jermain Defoe, Charlie Adam, Alexis Sanchez, Bobby Zamora, or Wayne Rooney? The best goal of the weekend as voted by you

REVEALED: In a weekend full of great goals the winner was...

Tim Sherwood celebrates victory for Aston Villa

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A look ahead to Tuesday's Premier League fixture at Villa Park

Tim Sherwood celebrates victory for Aston Villa

Aston Villa vs QPR: Chris Ramsey tips Tim Sherwood to secure Premier League survival for Villa

QPR gave their own hopes of survival a boost with a 4-1 win over West Brom

Which of this weekend's great goals was the best? Vote for Defoe, Zamora, Rooney, Adam, Sanchez or Giroud

Pick your favourite from a weekend of memorable strikes

Bobby Zamora scores an audacious lob to put QPR 3-0 up

West Brom vs QPR match report: Bobby Zamora scores stunning lob as Rangers improve to edge towards safety

West Brom 1 QPR 4: Rangers improve to record overdue win thanks to goals from Eduardo Vargas, Charlie Austin, Zamora and Joey Barton

Mesut Ozil and Hector Bellerin celebrate goals against Liverpool

Chelsea vs Stoke live: Latest score and Premier League updates as Charlie Adam scores an incredible goal for the visitors

Follow the latest action from the Premier League, including Everton vs Southampton, Leicester vs West Ham, Swansea vs Hull and West Brom vs QPR

Saido Berahino and Charlie Austin

West Brom vs Queens Park Rangers: Premier League match preview

A look ahead to this weekend’s Premier League fixture at The Hawthorns

Sam Allardyce in the frame for QPR job if West Ham sack former Bolton boss

Hammers boss is out of contract in the summer

Chelsea

Chelsea will win the Premier League by 13 points ahead of Arsenal in second, research suggests

The Independent has teamed up with the makers of Football Manager to simulate how the final few games will unfold and the table will finish

Karl Henry of QPR signs autographs for fans

We should welcome Karl Henry joining the political debate, not kick him for being pro-Tory as Stan Collymore did

COMMENT: The QPR midfielder Karl Henry was accused of ‘forgetting where he came from’ after tweeting support for the Tories last week

All are in trouble, but who will face the drop?

Premier League relegation battle: Who will survive, and who faces the drop?

All of the bottom six slumped to defeat last weekend

Rob Green fails to keep out Aaron Lennon's winner

QPR vs Everton match report: Aaron Lennon's timely pick-me-up leaves Rangers on brink of going down

QPR 1 Everton 2: Seamus Coleman put the Toffess ahead with Eduardo Vargas equalising before Lennon's winner dealt a serious blow to Rangers

Steven Gerrard is sent off against Liverpool, while (right) Diego Costa puts Chelsea 2-0 in front at Hull
A view of Loftus Road, home of QPR

QPR vs Everton: Premier League match preview

A look at a clash between two teams who have been out-of-sorts this season

All are in trouble, but who will face the drop?

Leicester, QPR, Burnley, Sunderland, Aston Villa and Hull: Which teams will be relegated?

We assess the form and run-ins of the Premier League's relegation candidates

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End of the Aussie brain drain

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Meditation is touted as a cure for mental instability but can it actually be bad for you?

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Eurovision 2015: Australians will be cheering on their first-ever entrant this Saturday

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