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ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
16 Swansea 7 6 14 27
17 Huddersfield 7 6 14 27
18 Southampton 5 11 11 26
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 By PA Sport

Hawk-Eye blames technical error for VAR confusion during Juan Mata disallowed goal

Amid the controversy surrounding Juan Mata's disallowed goal in the FA Cup, Gab Marcotti explains why criticism of the VAR system is misguided.
Manchester United's Jose Mourinho jokes he should win the 'best behaved manager in the league' award as he reacted to his sides disallowed goal against Huddersfield.
Man United's Juan Mata talks all sides of his first encounter with 'Mr. VAR' after his goal was questionably ruled out against Huddersfield.

Hawk-Eye has blamed a technical error for lines that were not straight being shown during Manchester United's FA Cup fifth-round tie against Huddersfield on Saturday, the latest high-profile Video Assistant Referee controversy.

The company also remains adamant that the match officials were given straight lines to make their decisions with, and not the same ones that were shown to those watching on television.

The VAR system and technology has again been criticised since Juan Mata had a goal disallowed,...

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Huddersfield's Aaron Mooy out up to three weeks after setback

Huddersfield's Aaron Mooy celebrates scoring opening goal in win over Manchester United
Aaron Mooy will be sidelined for Huddersfield's upcoming games.

Huddersfield midfielder Aaron Mooy has been ruled out for up to three weeks due to an injury setback, coach David Wagner has confirmed.

Australia international Mooy, a key performer in the Terriers' Premier League survival fight, has an infection in the knee he cut in last week's home win against Bournemouth.

Mooy had returned to his all-action best against Bournemouth after a dip in form in recent weeks, but missed Saturday's 2-0 FA Cup loss against Manchester United at the John Smith's Stadium.

"It's...