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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
11 Huddersfield 6 3 9 21
12 Southampton 4 6 8 18
13 Brighton 4 6 8 18
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 By PA Sport

Mauricio Pellegrino 'can't control' Virgil van Dijk future at Southampton

Mauricio Pellegrino was coy on Virgil van Dijk future speculation and said he did not play vs. Chelsea strictly for rest purposes.

Mauricio Pellegrino was unable to guarantee Virgil van Dijk will stay at Southampton after leaving the Netherlands defender on the substitutes' bench for Saturday's 1-0 loss at Chelsea.

Marcos Alonso's free kick was decisive as Saints' winless run was extended to five games to keep them in a congested lower half of the Premier League table.

Van Dijk was one of six changes to the line-up which had begun the midweek mauling by Leicester and his omission at Stamford Bridge sparked suggestions of a...

Marcos Alonso free kick enough for Chelsea to edge past Southampton

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Chelsea battled past a plucky Southampton side thanks to Marcos Alonso's first-half free kick.
Chelsea battled past a plucky Southampton side thanks to Marcos Alonso's first-half free kick.
Chelsea's Antonio Conte heaped praise on Marcos Alonso's free kick specialty as he hit home the winner vs. Southampton.
Mauricio Pellegrino was coy on Virgil van Dijk future speculation and said he did not play vs. Chelsea strictly for rest purposes.

Time was on Chelsea's side as Marcos Alonso's free-kick earned a 1-0 Premier League win over Southampton.

Antonio Conte says time is running out in the title pursuit, even if Manchester City slip up, and said the clear leaders had been lucky with late goals. But the Blues benefited at Stamford Bridge on Saturday, as more than the advertised minimum two minutes of first-half stoppage time had elapsed when Alonso curled in.

Conte, sent off against Swansea and fined £8,000 for misconduct, had...