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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2019/2020 Season

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4 Chelsea 12 3 8 39
5 Man United 9 7 7 34
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U.S. manager Gregg Berhalter 'comfortable' with Christian Pulisic recovery

Christian Pulisic sheds light on his move to Germany, being signed by Chelsea and his path to soccer stardom.

U.S. manager Gregg Berhalter said he's "comfortable" with where Chelsea midfielder Christian Pulisic is at, despite the fact that the player is dealing with yet another muscle injury.

Pulisic has missed the Blues' last five matches, including Saturday's FA Cup win over Hull City, due to a thigh injury and is expected to return in mid-February following Chelsea's brief break from the Premier League.

The U.S. international sustained several muscle injuries last season while with Borussia Dortmund,...

January transfer deadline: Who should Premier League's 'Big Six' clubs try to sell?

Alejandro Moreno discusses Manchester United's "desperation" as the transfer window deadline approaches.
Jose Mourinho says Tottenham can't be blamed for the status of Christian Eriksen's pending move to Inter.
Steve Nicol thinks Jadon Sancho should stay with Dortmund to boost his stock in the second half of the season.

The January transfer window closes at 11 p.m. GMT on Friday and it has so far been one of the quietest periods of trading in years for the Premier League clubs.

But while there has been a distinct lack of high-profile incoming deals involving the "Big Six," they all have out-of-favour or unsettled players who could yet leave before the end of the week.

So as the clock ticks down to the Jan. 31 deadline, who are the players the "Big Six" could, or should, dump?

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8/10 Tomori leads Chelsea in defence and attack against former club Hull

Michy Batshuayi and Fikayo Tomori send Chelsea through with goals at Hull City. Watch the FA Cup on ESPN+.
Following Chelsea's 2-1 win vs. Hull City, Steve Nicol breaks down their issues in the attacking third.

Chelsea reached the FA Cup fifth round with a hard-fought 2-1 win at the KCOM stadium.

Frank Lampard's side took the lead six minutes in thanks to Michy Batshuayi's deflected shot and should have added to their lead before half-time, only for wayward finishing to let them down.

The second goal finally came after 64 minutes, via Fikayo Tomori's header. Kamil Grosicki's deflected free kick almost inspired a Hull fight-back, but Chelsea stood firm in the closing minutes for a deserved win.

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