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Injury League vs Age of Teams – Week 14

Team ages remain unchanged from last week due to the International break: Tottenham remain the youngest side in the Barclay’s Premier League at 25.462, closely followed by Manchester United and Liverpool (both 25.487), Arsenal (26.0), Southampton (26.16) and Newcastle United (26.18). Everton (29.03) still edge Manchester City (28.99) as the…

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Injury League vs Age of Teams – Week 13

Tottenham have reclaimed the youngest side in the Barclay’s Premier League at 25.462, closely followed by Manchester United and Liverpool (both now 25.487), Arsenal (now 26.0), Southampton (now 26.16) and Newcastle United (now 26.18). Everton (now 29.03) still edge Manchester City (now 28.99) as the oldest, followed by Crystal Palace…

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Injury League vs Age of Teams – Week 12

Manchester United are now the youngest side in the Barclay’s Premier League at 25.4, followed by Tottenham and Liverpool (both now 25.5), Arsenal (now 26.1) and Southampton (now 26.2). Everton (now 29.04) still edge Manchester City (now 28.98) as the oldest, followed by Crystal Palace (28.3), Burnley (28.1), and Queens…

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Injury League vs Age of Teams – Week 11

Tottenham (25.38) remain as the youngest side in the Barclay’s Premier League, followed by Liverpool and Manchester United (both now 25.41), Arsenal (26.0) and Southampton (26.1). Everton (now 29.1) overtake Manchester City (now 29.0) as the oldest, followed by Crystal Palace (28.3), Burnley (28.1), and Queens Park Rangers (27.9). The…

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Can Arsenal rediscover the magic?

Over recent years, Arsenal have become renowned for their eye-catching, free-flowing football which makes them so dangerous for any opponent, but they have recently lost their fear factor within a stuttering start to the 2014/2015 season. The devastating 3-0 victory at Aston Villa is the only performance that stands out…

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Injury League vs Age of Teams – Week 10

Tottenham (now 25.38) marginally edges Liverpool (now 25.44) as the youngest side in the Barclay’s Premier League, followed by Manchester United (now 25.5), Arsenal (now 26.0) and Southampton (26.1). Manchester City are still oldest, now at 29.1, followed by Everton (28.9), Crystal Palace (28.3), Burnley (28.1), and Queens Park Rangers…

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Injury League vs Age of Teams – Week 9

Because of the international break, all team ages are unchanged from last week: Liverpool are still youngest in the Barclay’s Premier League at 25.3, followed by Tottenham (25.4), Manchester United (25.6), Southampton and Arsenal (both 26.1). Manchester City remain oldest at 29.0, followed by Everton (28.9), Crystal Palace (28.3), Burnley…

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Injury League vs Age of Teams – Week 8

Liverpool remain youngest in the Barclay’s Premier League now at 25.3, followed by Tottenham (now 25.4), Manchester United (now 25.6), Southampton and Arsenal (both 26.1). Manchester City are still oldest at 29.0, followed by Everton (now 28.9), followed by Crystal Palace (28.3), Burnley (now 28.1), and Queens Park Rangers (28.0)….

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Three things we learned from the Premier League this weekend feat Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United

 1. David De Gea is a great keeper When the Spaniard first arrived in England he was criticised heavily by the media despite his obvious ability. His display on Saturday against Everton secured all three points for Manchester United, moving them to fourth place for the first time in over…

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Injury League vs Age of Teams – Week 7

Liverpool are now the youngest side in the Barclay’s Premier League at 25.2, replacing Tottenham (now at 25.3), followed by Manchester United (now 25.7), Southampton and Arsenal (both now 26.1). Manchester City are now fractionally older than Everton, both now at 29.0, followed by Crystal Palace (28.3), Burnley (28.2), and…

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Manchester United maintain Injury League lead but Newcastle close the gap, Chelsea bottom

Manchester United continue to lead this season’s Injury League table but Newcastle have cut the gap at the top to just two points, down from five last week. Arsenal maintain their spot in third place. Chelsea moved to bottom spot this week, displacing Sunderland who moved two points ahead of…

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Injury League vs Age of Teams – Week 6

Tottenham remain youngest in the Barclay’s Premier League, now at 25.2, closely followed by Liverpool (now 25.3), Manchester United (25.9), Southampton (26.0), and Arsenal (26.2). Everton are still the oldest, now at 29.2, followed by Manchester City (now 28.9), Crystal Palace (28.3), Burnley (28.2), and Queens Park Rangers (now 28.0)….

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