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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
18 West Ham 2 3 7 9
19 Swansea 2 2 8 8
20 C Palace 1 2 9 5
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Burnley beat Swansea to continue fine start to season

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Former Swansea midfielder Jack Cork scored against his former club as Burnley sealed a comfortable win.
Former Swansea midfielder Jack Cork scored against his former club as Burnley sealed a comfortable win.
Craig Burley recaps Saturday's Premier League action, including the North London Derby and both Manchester clubs' wins.
Sean Dyche expresses satisfaction with Burnley's win over Swansea, but says his side never put the match away entirely.
Paul Clement says any belief Swansea had going into their match at Burnley was sucked out of them after the first goal.

Jack Cork helped heap the pressure on his former manager, Paul Clement, as Burnley swept aside Swansea 2-0 at Turf Moor.

Cork was handed his England debut against Germany last week and continued making memories by nodding home the first goal against his former club, underlining Clement's increasingly curious decision to let him go in the summer.

Ashley Barnes followed up with a rocket of a strike that caught everyone by surprise, handing the upwardly mobile Clarets their third win in a row and plunging...

 By PA Sport

Paul Clement backs Leon Britton to manage Swansea in future

Paul Clement has backed Leon Britton to become Swansea manager one day.

Veteran midfielder Britton joined Clement's coaching staff during the international break after Claude Makelele left to take over at Belgian club KAS Eupen.

The 35-year-old is still available for selection, but Clement believes the move is a natural one with Britton in the twilight of his playing career.

And asked if he saw Britton becoming Swansea boss sometime in the future, head coach Clement replied: "Why not?

"He is a legend...