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This section contains information collated at League table level. It contains information and statistics on current and past league positions, fouls, corners, goals, shots and yellow and red cards. The dashboard contains a summary of statistics for the entire League.

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Remember all tables can be sorted by individual columns by just clicking on them. Click on team names for their profile.

For Fouls/Corners/Goals - the initial sort is done on the Profile.

Shots are initially sorted on Shots[F]. Target% means % of shots that are on target. Goal% means %shots of target that have led to goals.

Cards are initially sorted on Yellow [F].

[F] is For and [A] means Against.


Football Howlers

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BBC Football News

Not the Balotelli show - Rodgers

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers insists the club's harmony will not be affected by the arrival of Mario Balotelli.

Everton handed tough European draw

Everton play Lille and Wolfsburg, Tottenham face Besiktas, and Celtic take on Salzburg in the Europa League group stages.

Friday's gossip column

Falcao in £20m move to Real Madrid, Cleverley an £8m target for Villa, Welbeck on loan to Totteham, plus more.

Deadline day like poker - Wenger

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he will be on alert until the last minute of the transfer window.

Hodgson admits Shaw fitness concerns

Roy Hodgson says he had concerns over Luke Shaw's fitness before Louis van Gaal's criticism of the left-back.

Magath claims 'absurd' - Al Fayed

Ex-Fulham owner Mohamed Al Fayed hits back at claims by current boss Felix Magath that he is to blame for their plight.

Redknapp to sign contract extension

QPR manager Harry Redknapp reveals he has been offered a new two-year contract extension which he is ready to sign.

Man City will qualify - Pellegrini

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini believes his side will reach the Champions League knockout stage.

Warnock had Palace talks last year

Neil Warnock first discussed a potential return to Crystal Palace before Tony Pulis was appointed in November last year.

Bayern sign Real Madrid's Alonso

Bayern Munich sign ex-Liverpool midfielder Xabi Alonso from Real Madrid for an undisclosed fee on a two-year contract.

Scepovic agrees terms with Celtic

Sporting Gijon's Stefan Scepovic will sign a four-year deal with Celtic, subject to a medical and work permit.

Faurlin out with new cruciate injury

QPR midfielder Alejandro Faurlin faces six to nine months out after a third cruciate ligament injury.

Derby sign winger Ibe from Liverpool

Derby County manager Steve McClaren signs England Under-19 winger Jordon Ibe on a season-long loan from Liverpool.

Ivory Coast risk disqualification

Ivory Coast will be disqualified from the Nations Cup if they forfeit their Sierra Leone qualifier over Ebola fears.

Football League clubs cut agent fees

Football League clubs reduced their spending on agents' fees by 17.7% in 2013-14 with four teams spending nothing.

O'Hara and Doumbia leave Wolves

Wolves cancel midfielder Jamie O'Hara's contract by mutual consent and sell Tongo Doumbia to Toulouse.

Cole's Roma out to end Juve dominance

With the Italian league kicking off this weekend, BBC Sport looks at what we can expect this season in Serie A.

Germany call up Gomez to face Scots

Germany call up Mario Gomez and Antonio Rudiger for next month's opening Euro 2016 qualifier against Scotland.

VIDEO: Wenger denies striker crisis

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger denies he has a shortage of strikers after Olivier Giroud has been ruled out for up to four months through injury.

VIDEO: 'Unfinished business' for Warnock

Manager Neil Warnock says he has "unfinished business" at Crystal Palace as he returns to the London club for a second stint in charge.

VIDEO: Ronaldo on Liverpool, Rooney & Di Maria

Cristiano Ronaldo says he expects a "tough" reception at Anfield after his Real Madrid side were drawn with Liverpool in the Champions League group stage.

VIDEO: Transfers of the summer so far

BBC Sport picks out some of the key Premier League transfers this summer, including Angel Di Maria's record signing for Manchester United and Mario Balotelli's surprise move to Anfield.

AUDIO: Bruce frustrated by 'sloppy' Hull

Hull boss Steve Bruce says his side were short of the standard required as they are knocked out of the Europa League by KSC Lokeren.

VIDEO: Nevin: How versatility is key for Van Gaal

BBC Sport's Pat Nevin analyses how Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal uses players to allow his team to switch systems during matches.

VIDEO: Captaincy can inspire Rooney - Lineker

Former England captain Gary Lineker says being appointed England captain could "inspire" Wayne Rooney.

VIDEO: Di Maria fits philosophy - Van Gaal

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal believes Angel Di Maria will "fit my philosophy" as the player is unveiled after signing a British record fee of £59.7m.

VIDEO: Rooney's time has come - Hodgson

England manager Roy Hodgson says that Wayne Rooney's time has come after the striker was announced as the new captain.

VIDEO: Watch Eto'o score at 2010 World Cup

Watch new Everton striker Samuel Eto'o score for Cameroon against Denmark at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.

VIDEO: O'Neill says NI must target top-three

Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill says his players have to believe that they are capable of achieving the top-three spot which would book a play-offs berth for Euro 2016.

'Rooney the right choice to lead new England era'

There might not have been many alternatives but Wayne Rooney is the perfect candidate to captain a rebuilding England, says Phil McNulty.

Hockaday: The 'watermelon' that had no chance to ripen

Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino found "watermelon" David Hockaday at the wrong market, says BBC Radio Leeds' Adam Pope.

The next generation? Meet England's uncapped quartet

Uncapped Calum Chambers, Danny Rose, Fabian Delph and Jack Colback are all named in the England squad.

'Man City can overcome tough draw'

Man City can come through their group, while Liverpool will relish Real test, says chief football writer Phil McNulty.

Predictions: Lawro v Sarah Harding

BBC Sport's football expert Mark Lawrenson takes on Tumble's Sarah Harding and Leon Fagbemi in his Premier League predictions.

What happens to football's lost souls?

Prison, gambling, medicine and the lower leagues - what four promising youngsters did after being rejected by the elite.

'Hard work starts now for Canada'

In her latest column, Casey Stoney discusses her new role in the England squad and how to make it to the World Cup.

Record breakers - from £100 to £59.7m

From £100 man Willie Groves to £59.7m signing Angel Di Maria, see how British football's record transfer fee has soared.

Transfer latest - August 2014

Track all the latest signings day by day in the final month of the summer window.

Manager ins and outs - August 2014

Track the managerial ins and outs and a list of every boss in the top five leagues in England and the Scottish Premiership.

Lawwell backs Celtic boss Deila

Peter Lawwell insists Celtic have every confidence in Ronny Deila and rejects the notion the club are unwilling to invest.

Cardiff eager for '£8m' Noone return

Cardiff boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says the imminent return of winger Craig Noone will be like signing a "£7-8m player".

Oz-bound Bates to leave Lurgan Blues

Glenavon reveal that Guy Bates will leave the club to move to Australia after Friday night's Premiership game with Ballymena United.

Savage: Man Utd need more new faces to make formation work

Angel Di Maria will not end Man Utd's problems on his own, says Robbie Savage.

The teacher aiming to upstage Lewandowski

From facing Athersley Recreation in the FA Cup to Poland in a Euro 2016 qualifier, the life of a teacher playing in England's non-league