Stoke City v Arsenal – Travel
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Get the latest fitness updates ahead of our Premier League game against Leicester City
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Arsenal forward on his admiration for the France international – and why he voted for him in PFA awards
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The Oxford Bulls play their first match after featuring in a video with Irish star James McClean.
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Ander Herrera believes Thursday’s Manchester derby is the biggest game of United’s season.
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• Midfielder says clash with Manchester City will be ‘the game of the season’
• Yaya Touré would prefer to ‘play without a referee’ after error at Wembley
Ander Herrera believes the Manchester derby on Thursday will be the biggest match of their season, with United and City separated by only a point in the Premier League table as they chase Champions League qualification for next season.
United go into the game at the Etihad Stadium on the back of three successive Premier League victories that have revived their hopes of finishing in the top four. Having starred in the 2-0 win against the leaders, Chelsea, last week, the Spain midfielder Herrera played a pivotal role in the 2-0 victory against Burnley at Turf Moor and he admitted the meeting with Pep Guardiola’s side could be make or break for both teams.
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• Forward could miss rest of season with recurrence of hip problem
• England international likely to be allowed to leave Anfield in summer
Daniel Sturridge could miss the remainder of Liverpool’s season with a recurrence of a hip injury, raising the prospect he may have played his final game for the Anfield club.
The England international sustained the problem during final preparations for Liverpool’s game against Crystal Palace on Sunday and the club are unsure when he will next be available for Jürgen Klopp’s team.
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• Manager wants to build side into a ‘real power’ for the future
• Conte aims dig at Manchester City and United over lavish spending
Antonio Conte would consider winning the Premier League title this season with Chelsea as the greatest achievement of his managerial career to date, with the feat carrying greater weight in the context of the lavish sums spent by both Manchester clubs last summer.
While City and United prepare for the derby at the Etihad Stadium on Thursday with Champions League qualification their priority, Chelsea can move seven points clear at the top of the Premier League with victory against Southampton on Tuesday at Stamford Bridge. Re-establishing that imposing lead would potentially inflict further psychological damage on second-placed Tottenham Hotspur, whom they beat in the FA Cup semi-final on Saturday.
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Petr Cech discusses the key factors behind the Emirates FA Cup semi-final win against Manchester City
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She says it will give all children the opportunity to play football after her husband’s death.
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Manchester United have expressed the “most concrete” interest in signing Antoine Griezmann, says the Atletico Madrid striker’s agent.View full post
Our resident cartoonist looks back on the Wembley semi-finals, featuring a terrifying hoolie firm and the depth of Antonio Conte’s squadView full post
Kingstonian bade an emotional farewell to their ground on Saturday. Could the club, Chelsea and AFC Wimbledon have done more to prevent them moving?
As the minutes ticked down on Kingstonian’s final match at Kingsmeadow one supporter quietly slipped away from the terrace at the end of the east stand. He had a favour to ask but time was tight and the plan was entirely reliant on goodwill. Fortunately there was some of it going around. After knocking on a couple of doors behind the old Kingston Road end his powers of persuasion bore fruit in the form of a temporarily loaned back garden. A strike of a match later the final salute could begin.
The jets of red and white fireworks – an impressive and prolonged display, compromised only by the clear afternoon sky against which they battled for prominence – had the intended effect. “I’d been savouring the moment until then but once they went off, that was it for me,” says lifelong Kingstonian supporter Denise Turner, who was watching from the stand. “I thought I was going to cry. We’ve got so many memories here but that signalled the end of it.”View full post