15/12/2017 MOTD Kickabout: Build-Up


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15/12/2017

A look ahead to the weekend's fixtures in the Premier League with team news, stats and the stories making the headlines.


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Yeah. Here's Match Of The Day

Kickabout: Build-Up.

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Good morning, footie fans.

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On Tuesday, Burnley's unbelievable

form this season continued,

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as they beat Stoke City at home.

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That win means that Sean Dyche's men

move level on points

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with Tottenham, who are fourth place

in the table.

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Elsewhere, Everton's revival under

Sam Allardyce continues,

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as the Toffees beat Newcastle 1-0,

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thanks to Wayne Rooney's

solitary goal.

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Meanwhile, Man United bounced back

from their derby day defeat

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with a victory over

Bournemouth at Old Trafford.

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However, there's no

stopping top-of-the-table

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Man City at the moment -

they thrashed Swansea 4-0.

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Pep Guardiola's men have won

a record 15 consecutive

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top-flight games so far,

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and come up against

Tottenham on Saturday.

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Meanwhile, Crystal Palace will be

a media get out of the bottom three

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as they face Leicester City

in the early kick-off.

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Don't forget to watch

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Kickabout's special

Christmas show this Saturday.

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We'll be getting very festive

as we look back at all the best

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footie action from an amazing 2017,

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and you can see the best

goals from this year.

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All that and more this

Saturday, 7:45am on CBBC.

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See ya!

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A look ahead to the weekend's fixtures in the Premier League with team news, stats and the stories making the headlines.