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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
5 Liverpool 14 7 4 49
6 Man Utd 13 9 3 48
7 Everton 12 8 6 44
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Juan Mata: Jose Mourinho has Man United focused on winning trophies

The FC crew say Man United's barometer of success is measured by if they earn a UCL spot, not by winning the League Cup.
Jose Mourinho has confirmed Wayne Rooney will be involved in Manchester United's EFL Cup final.
Rumours continue to swirl around Wayne Rooney, but does Paul Mariner feel he's a good fit for MLS?
The FC crew have their say on where they think Wayne Rooney will be playing when the 2017-18 Premier League season begins.
BT Sport highlight: Henrikh Mkhitaryan's lone goal in the second leg secured Man United's passage to the Europa League round of 16.

Jose Mourinho has told the Manchester United squad how important it is to win the EFL Cup and get back to winning trophies on a regular basis, Juan Mata has told Sky Sports.

United's FA Cup win last season was their first trophy in three seasons but Mata says Mourinho has his squad focused on another win at Wembley.

"He has told us and I think everyone realises how important it is," Mata said. "It doesn't matter if it's a League Cup final ... a final is a final and you never know when you will play...

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EFL Cup win can ease pressure on Manchester United - Ryan Giggs

The Boys from Exploding Heads are here to assure you that the League Cup final is definitely not pointless.
Jose Mourinho has confirmed Wayne Rooney will be involved in Manchester United's EFL Cup final.

Manchester United great Ryan Giggs believes winning the EFL Cup is crucial for Jose Mourinho's developing side.

United step out at Wembley against Southampton on Sunday looking to avenge the FA Cup final defeat of 1976 and, far more importantly, win their first major trophy under Mourinho.

Last season's FA Cup is the only major success United have tasted since Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement, but things seem to be going in the right direction under Louis van Gaal's successor. The Red Devils may have...

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Southampton defence can cope with Zlatan Ibrahimovic threat - Claude Puel

Claude Puel embraces Southampton's underdog role against Manchester United in the EFL Cup final.

Southampton manager Claude Puel has backed his patched-up defence to deal with Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Saints are without key defender Virgil van Dijk for Sunday's Wembley showdown in the EFL Cup final.

Instead teenager Jack Stephens, who is almost half Ibrahimovic's age, is set to be handed the job of shackling United's superstar striker -- who scored twice when the two teams met in the Premier League in August.

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But Puel, who came up against former Paris Saint-Germain player...

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Wayne Rooney's role in EFL Cup final not based on sentiment - Mourinho

Jose Mourinho has confirmed Wayne Rooney will be involved in Manchester United's EFL Cup final.
Rumours continue to swirl around Wayne Rooney, but does Paul Mariner feel he's a good fit for MLS?

Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney has a chance of starting the EFL Cup final but Jose Mourinho insists sentiment will not play any part in his decision.

The 31-year-old on Thursday put to bed speculation regarding his future for the rest of the campaign, confirming he was staying at Old Trafford in a statement.

Mourinho was pleased by the content and timing of the statement from Rooney, who will be in the squad for Sunday's final against Southampton despite a recent hamstring injury and dropping...

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Manchester United to face Rostov in Europa League round of 16

Don Hutchison and Alison Bender review the Europa League's last 16 draw and preview United's Rostov challenge.
Jose Mourinho is pleased his side finished St Etienne off early, and is coy on the Wayne Rooney rumours.

Manchester United have been drawn against Russian club Rostov in the Europa League round of 16, with Jose Mourinho saying it is a "bad" draw for his side.

United, who completed a 4-0 aggregate win over St Etienne on Wednesday, exited at the round-of-16 stage in their two previous Europa League appearances, losing to Athletic Bilbao in 2011-12 and Liverpool last season.

Should Mourinho's side win the competition this season, they would become only the fifth club to win all three major European trophies,...