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Steven Caulker v Ryan Shawcross: Head-to-head analysis ahead of the clash between Cardiff City and Stoke City

Check out all the vital statistics concerning the two sides' players  ahead of this weekend's Premier League meeting at the Cardiff City Stadium

Cardiff City v Stoke City: Premier League match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's Premier League fixture at Cardiff City Stadium

Everton defender John Stones is a reported transfer target for Arsenal and Chelsea
Mark Hughes gives the thumbs up from the touchline

Premier League: Stoke City v Newcastle United match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's fixture at Britannia Stadium

Peter Odemwingie v Yoan Gouffran: Head-to-head analysis ahead of the clash between Stoke City and Newcastle United

Check out all the vital statistics concerning the two sides' players ahead of this weekend's Premier League meeting at St James' Park

Frank Lampard celebrates after scoring the rebound from his saved penalty

Chelsea 3 Stoke City 0 match report: Lampard keeps Chelsea's ‘impossible dream' of title alive

Jose Mourinho might have given up on the League title but Chelsea return to the top of the table thanks to an outstanding display from their long-serving midfielder

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho looks on from the dugout

Chelsea v Stoke City: Premier League match preview

A look ahead to this weekend's fixture live from Stamford Bridge

Fernando Torres v Peter Crouch: Head-to-head analysis ahead of the clash between Chelsea and Stoke City

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Chelsea v Stoke: Mark Hughes claims Stoke form is better than Chelsea's

Stoke manager believes his side are visiting Stamford Bridge at just the right time

Alan Pardew takes his seat in the stands before Newcastle's 3-0 defeat at Southampton

10 things we learnt from the Premier League this weekend: Alan Pardew's dressing-room return not such a happy one; Liverpool's fate in their own hands; Jose Mourinho wasn't bluffing; Arsenal's draw against City will be pointless if they lose to Everton; AVB left with bitter taste over Tim Sherwood praise

1. Pardew’s dressing-room return not such a happy one

Finally, Newcastle could relax. After serving a three-game stadium ban during which they had been beaten by Fulham and Everton, Alan Pardew would be back in the dressing room to instruct his players before they faced Southampton. “It’s good to be back,” said Pardew, who will not be allowed on the touchline until his side face Arsenal next month. “You have that relationship with players, you have an attachment nobody else can have. Put on top my personality, which we all know is a bit of a winning mentality, and I want to make sure we win.” Newcastle lost 4-0. Four of their fans cycled to Southampton from Tyneside to raise money for cancer research. Some thought Pardew should have been made to join them for the return leg.

Stoke City 1 Hull City 0 match report: ‘Horrible’ Ahmed Elmohamady error gifts Stoke victory

Striker netted his fourth goal in three games as the January signing comes good for Stoke

Mark Hughes gives the thumbs up form the touchline

Stoke City vs Hull City: Premier League match preview

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Peter Odemwingie v Ahmed Elmohamady: Head-to-head analysis ahead of the clash between Stoke City and Hull City

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Stephen Ireland and Roy Keane

Stephen Ireland 'dead' grandmother asks Roy Keane to recall him to the Republic of Ireland squad

Ireland went on international exile back in 2007

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Aston Villa 1 Stoke 4: Mark Hughes hopes emphatic victory has put pay to belief that Stoke remain long-ball specialists

Stoke came back from a goal behind to record an impressive away victory and Hughes believes that reputation of being a robust long-ball side has been consigned to the past

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