Manchester City won the league in the most dramatic ending to the English season since 1989, writes James Martin.
With Manchester City poised to win its first Premier League title since 1968, James Martin takes a look back at the turning points in the league title race.
Rapid reaction from United versus City.
Forget Wayne Rooney and Javier Hernandez. Winger Antonio Valencia is Manchester United's MVP this season, as he proved again against Blackburn, writes James Martin.
Both Manchester clubs crashed out of the Europa League on Thursday, but while United were outplayed by Bilbao, City showed great heart against Sporting, writes James Martin.
Although Tottenham Hotspur was dominant for much of the match against United, the Red Devils left the Lane 3-1 winners, thanks in large part to Ashley Young, writes James Martin.
Manchester United defeated Liverpool 2-1 amid ugly tensions between Patrice Evra and Luis Suarez, writes James Martin.
From Fabio Capello's resignation to Harry Redknapp's trial and John Terry's controversy, English football has taken a dark turn this season, writes James Martin.
Chelsea stormed ahead to a 3-0 lead over Manchester United, but the Red Devils fought back -- with a little help from the referee -- to end the score in a draw. Here's what we learned, writes James Martin.
Thanks to a goal from a former United player, the Prem title race is well and truly back on. Here's how City and United stack up as we head into the EPL run-in, writes James Martin.
Mario Balotelli was involved in yet another controversy as he scored the game winner against Spurs, while United defeated Arsenal, writes James Martin.
Manchester United capitalized on the controversial sending off of Vincent Kompany to defeat rival Man City 3-2 in the third round of the FA Cup, writes James Martin.
Blackburn Rovers defeat United 3-2 at Old Trafford in the most shocking upset of the season so far, writes James Martin.
Manchester City and Manchester United continue to set the pace in the English Premier League, writes James Martin.
Manchester United crashes out of the Champions League with loss to Basel.
We're told that when the calendar clicks over to December, the table starts to take on real significance. We test that theory as we break down the EPL title race.