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 By Jamie Smith

Joey Barton proves that he still has the class to cut it in the Premier League

Joey Barton made an immediate impact on his return to Turf Moor, coming off the bench to down Southampton.
Joey Barton made an immediate impact on his return to Turf Moor, coming off the bench to down Southampton.
Joey Barton scores on his Burnley return, and explains he's just happy to be back playing football.

Joey Barton made a fairy-tale return to Turf Moor, as he scored the winning goal in a 1-0 win against Southampton on Saturday.

The match was forgettable, with few chances created by either side, but the Clarets' eighth home win of the season nudged them into the top half of the table.

With 26 points already collected, survival looks a virtual certainty with 17 games still to go. Barton will earn all the headlines and rightly so, as he proved he still has the class and ability to decide matches in...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Manchester United's showdown with Liverpool at Old Trafford

Alexis Nunes and Paul Mariner go toe-to-toe at predicting week 21's fixtures in the Premier League.
Liverpool legend Ian Rush fears the influence of Jose Mourinho when the Merseysiders face Manchester United.

Manchester meets Merseyside this weekend, headlined by Manchester United vs. Liverpool.

Prior to Sunday's huge clash at Old Trafford, Manchester City travel to Everton looking to keep the heat on leaders Chelsea, who will be hoping to bounce back after a 2-0 defeat at Tottenham ended their winning run.

Antonio Conte's side travel to champions Leicester on Saturday evening. Elsewhere, Arsenal are at Swansea and there's a big game at the bottom as Sam Allardyce takes Crystal Palace to former club...

 By Jamie Smith

Sean Dyche must tweak formation in light of Burnley's wounded wide men

A slate of eight fixtures are set to undergo Saturday in the Premier League, headlined by Leicester's clash with Chelsea.

Sean Dyche finds himself with an unusual selection issue for Saturday's home game against Southampton, with plenty of central midfield choices, but not many possible options out wide. Scott Arfield and Johann Gudmundsson both collected hamstring injuries in last weekend's FA Cup third-round draw at Sunderland and the first-choice pair of wide men are not expected to be available as a result.

George Boyd is one of Dyche's most trusted lieutenants but after the 31-year-old, the winger cupboard is...

 By Alex Crook

Van Dijk, Yoshida's form show Fonte is no longer irreplaceable for Saints

Virgil van Dijk
One of the world's top centre-backs, Virgil van Dijk's class and leadership have been on full display this season.

When Jose Fonte first dropped his transfer bombshell on Southampton he would have been under the impression he was irreplaceable.

Having hardly missed a single Premier League game in the last three seasons Fonte has provided the defensive stability around which much of the club's success has been built.

The captain has also helped Southampton cope with their wave of big-name departures by leading from example and helping maintain team spirit in a rapidly changing dressing room.

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 By Jamie Smith

Sam Vokes wasteful as Burnley, Sunderland settle for 0-0 draw

Sam Vokes had chances to win it for Burnley but his inability to convert means they'll face an irritating replay.

A desperately poor match ended in an inevitable 0-0 draw, meaning Sunderland and Burnley will have to go again in an FA Cup third round replay.

The draw was the last result either side wanted but with little quality on show, a goalless draw was always the most likely outcome. On his second debut for the Clarets, Joey Barton roundly booed with every touch of the ball by home fans remembering his Newcastle United past.

A replay is scheduled for Jan. 17 and neither manager will welcome the addition...

 By Jamie Smith

Dyche must target first away win for Burnley in FA Cup trip to Sunderland

Sean Dyche must target a first away win when his Burnley travel to Sunderland in the FA Cup on Saturday.

The FA Cup is low on the list of priorities for both Burnley and Sunderland this season, with Sean Dyche and David Moyes likely to rotate their squads for this all-Premier League third-round tie. But with the Clarets having failed to win away from home all season -- they were beaten by Accrington Stanley of League Two in the League Cup in August -- there is plenty of incentive for Dyche to target a victory at the Stadium of Light on Saturday.

A number of fringe players could benefit from a start...