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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
6 Arsenal 7 1 4 22
7 Burnley 6 4 2 22
8 Watford 5 3 4 18
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Chris Wood ready to return as Burnley face Arsenal

Chris Wood is set to return to the Burnley starting line-up for their Premier League clash with Arsenal on Sunday.

Wood missed last week's 2-0 win over Swansea following his late arrival back from World Cup play-off duty with New Zealand, but is expected to replace Ashley Barnes in the starting line-up.

Jon Walters and Dean Marney are making steady progress with knee injuries but are not ready to figure, while goalkeeper Tom Heaton is still out after his shoulder operation.

Arsenal will recall a host...

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Burnley, Watford, Brighton, Huddersfield show promise in Prem

Brighton's Bruno has his say on the Seagulls' promising start to life in the Premier League.

Small is beautiful in this season's Premier League. English football's "big six" are jockeying for position in the table as expected, but below them lie Burnley, Watford, Brighton and Huddersfield, clubs punching above their weight while drawing strength from having a definite plan.

Breakthrough stars of the 2016-17 season are previously unheralded players like Ben Mee and Chris Wood at Burnley, Richarlison and Abdoulaye Doucoure at Watford, Shane Duffy and Davy Propper at Brighton and Aaron Mooy...

 By Nick Miller

Big clubs quiet but Sean Dyche building fine reputation at Burnley

Sean Dyche has played down links with the vacancy at Everton.

When Burnley welcome Arsenal to Turf Moor on Sunday, they will do so with a starting XI that cost around £65 million. Their back five cost about £7.5m -- roughly a fifth of what their opponents spent on Shkodran Mustafi. Seven of the likely starters were recruited from the Championship, or lower. And yet they will start the game level with Arsene Wenger's side, a point shy of the Champions League places and with the third-best defensive record in the Premier League.

That's the reason manager...