Real Madrid coach Zidane keen on Man Utd attacker Martial

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Real Madrid coach Zidane keen on Man Utd attacker Martial
Real Madrid coach Zidane keen on Man Utd attacker Martial

Real Madrid are tracking Manchester United attacker Anthony Martial.

Don Balon says Martial has emerged as a target for the European champions as an alternative to Harry Kane.

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Top stories of 2017: Neymar to PSG, Ronaldo beats Messi, World Cup shocks

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Top stories of 2017: Neymar to PSG, Ronaldo beats Messi, World Cup shocks
At the end of another year of big-money transfers, historic triumphs, tragedy and scandal, ESPN FC brings you the top stories of

Sam Allardyce: Everton need a 'front man' in transfer window

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Sam Allardyce: Everton need a 'front man' in transfer window
Sam Allardyce: Everton need a 'front man' in transfer window
Everton manager Sam Allardyce says they are "actively looking" for a front man in the January transfer window.

Jose Mourinho ‘just another coach’ according to Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos

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Jose Mourinho ‘just another coach’ according to Real Madrid star Sergio Ramos

SERGIO RAMOS poured cold water on Jose Mourinho’s reputation by labelling him “just another coach.”

Manchester United boss Mourinho’s portfolio includes winning the Champions League with Porto and Inter Milan.

Sergio Ramos has little time for Jose Mourinho’s reputationGetty - Contributor

The ‘Special One’ has also won league titles with Porto, Chelsea, Inter and Real Madrid.

But Ramos worked with him at Real Madrid and was obviously less then impressed.

The Spanish superstar said: “Mourinho was just another coach I worked with in my football career and I have always learnt from others, from when I was a youngster at Sevilla.

“So I am very, very grateful but I don’t think Mourinho has changed my life in football at all.”

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Ramos added that he previously had the chance to play for United.

“There was an opportunity in the past. It resolved itself in a different way. I’m grateful to United for the interest.

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“It’s a great club and I wish them all the best.”

Mourinho managed Real between 2010 and 2013. In addition to landing the La Liga title he won the Copa Del Rey and the Supercopa De Espana.

JOSE MOURINHO'S RECORD AGAINST REAL MADRID

February 19, 2002 – Real Madrid 1 Porto 0 – Champions League

February 27, 2002 – Porto 1 Real Madrid 2 – Champions League

October 1, 2003 – Porto 1 Real Madrid 3 – Champions League

December 9, 2003 – Real Madrid 1 Porto 1 – Champions League

August 8, 2017 – Real Madrid 2 Manchester United 1 – Uefa Super Cup

Ramos with the Champions League trophy won against Juventus last May. Mourinho did not manage to land the honour whilst at Real MadridGetty Images - Getty

Perhaps Ramos’ views are tinged by the fact that while Mourinho is famed for bringing his teams to the party in high-profile games, he has so far failed to oversee a victory against Real.

The best the Portuguese has managed is a 1-1 draw with Porto in the Champions League in 2003.

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United lost 2-1 to Los Blancos in the Uefa Super Cup in August.

Meanwhile, United are home to Southampton on Saturday as they continue their forlorn bid to overhaul neighbours City at the top of the Premier League.

The 2-2 Boxing day draw with Burnley left Mourinho’s men a massive 15 points behind City, who won 1-0 at Newcastle United on Wednesday.

 

 

 

Chelsea ace Morata hails their Spanish contingent: So easy to settle here

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Chelsea ace Morata hails their Spanish contingent: So easy to settle here
Chelsea ace Morata hails their Spanish contingent: So easy to settle here

Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata appreciates the club's Spanish contingent for helping him settle.

Both Morata and countryman Marcos Alonso scored in yesterday's 2-0 win over Brighton.

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England may play final World Cup warm-up match at Elland Road

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England may play final World Cup warm-up match at Elland Road
England may play final World Cup warm-up match at Elland Road
England are considering playing their final World Cup warm-up game at Leeds United's 37,890-capacity Elland Road ground.

Manchester City v The Invincibles: How Premier League leaders measure up to Arsenal heroes

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Manchester City v The Invincibles: How Premier League leaders measure up to Arsenal heroes
It promises to be a very merry Christmas for Manchester City fans as they toast a first half of the season that has seen them build up a record advantage over second-placed Manchester United in the Premier League. Having gone 19 matches without defeat, talk of Pep Guardiola's side going the full season unbeaten has inevitably grown in volume. Arsenal are the only club to have achieved the feat in the Premier League era - doing so in 2003-04. But how do the two sides compare? Here, we crunch the numbers.   A RECORD LEAD Arsenal’s midway tally of 45 points was only enough to earn them second spot in early January – a point behind Manchester United – and they would be a daunting 10 adrift of the current City side. Six draws from their opening 19 matches of an unbeaten season meant that, while Arsenal were impossible to beat, they struggled to truly take control of the campaign. City, by contrast, have been held just once – a 1-1 draw with Everton in their second match of the season - and have opened up a 13-point lead over United at the summit. That gap is the biggest at Christmas in top-flight history and City have embarked on a 17-match winning run since their draw with Everton - an English league record. Arsenal’s biggest win in the first half of the 03-04 season was a 4-0 victory at Middlesbrough, while this City side have matched or surpassed that winning margin on six separate occasions.   GOALS GALORE With results like that it is no surprise to learn that City are some way clear of Arsenal when it comes to goals scored. City’s 60 goals from 19 matches sees them a whopping 25 better off than Arsenal's 03-04 contingent at the same stage, helping them surpass 100 in 2017 – the first side since Liverpool in 1982 to achieve that feat. Their goal difference also dwarfs that of Arsene Wenger's side of 14 years ago - +48 compared to Arsenal's +23. Individually, Raheem Sterling and Sergio Aguero lead the way for Guardiola's side with 12 goals apiece, ahead of Gabriel Jesus on eight and the ever-present Kevin De Bruyne on six, alongside Leroy Sane. Thierry Henry's half-season total for Arsenal matches that of Sterling and Aguero but he carried more of the goalscoring burden alone, with Robert Pires Arsenal's next best on seven, ahead of Gilberto Silva on four.   CITY CLOSEST TO DEFEAT While City dominate most of the comparisons, it is Guardiola’s men who have actually come closest to losing in the first half of the season. The latest equalising goal scored by Arsenal was in the 69th minute of an eventual 2-1 victory over local rivals Tottenham. City, meanwhile, had to wait until the 82nd minute for Sterling to salvage a point in their solitary draw against Everton. But Guardiola's side have since been peerless, defeating every team in their path to tee up a potentially historic second half of the season.

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino lined up by PSG as giants look to replace Unai Emery

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Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino lined up by PSG as giants look to replace Unai Emery

MAURICIO POCHETTINO is being lined up by Paris Saint-Germain, according to reports.

The Ligue 1 leaders want a high-profile replacement for Unai Emery, who is leaving at the end of the season.

AFP or licensors Paris Saint-Germain want Mauricio Pochettino to take over in the summer[/caption]

The Tottenham Hotspur boss, 45, is top of a shortlist drawn up by the Paris giants.

According to the Daily Mirror, PSG have been impressed with Pochettino’s ability to turn Spurs into a side a who have challenged in the Premier League and Europe over the past couple of seasons.

Pochettino also played for PSG.

The Argentinian defender spent just over two years at the club, playing 95 matches between 2001 and 2003.

Empics Pochettino spent two years playing at PSG from 2001 to 2003[/caption]

AFP or licensors Unai Emery is leaving the club when his contract is up at the end of the summer[/caption]

Luis Enrique is also said to be in the running for the job.

Back in April 2016, Pochettino admitted that managing PSG was part of his “dreams”.

He said: “”I’ve always said that I would be pleased to join a great club like PSG

“Come to Paris? I hope so. It is true that it would please me. It’s part of my dreams.

“I try to watch all their matches, especially in the Champions League.

Reuters Pochettino’s contract with Spurs runs until 2021[/caption]

“The [French] championship is not very attractive because PSG is far from the other teams but I look a lot because it is a major source of players.

“There is talent so I have to follow Ligue 1.”

Pochettino’s contract Spurs runs until 2021.

West Ham approach Everton for Morgan Schneiderlin

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West Ham approach Everton for Morgan Schneiderlin
West Ham approach Everton for Morgan Schneiderlin

West Ham are ready to move for Everton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin.

The Mirror says the Hammers have sounded Everton out about Schneiderlin.

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Football TV schedule 2017 - A guide to EVERY match being shown on TV over Christmas and New Year

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Football TV schedule 2017 - A guide to EVERY match being shown on TV over Christmas and New Year
Football TV schedule 2017 - A guide to EVERY match being shown on TV over Christmas and New Year
The globe's finest football teams, including Real Madrid, Barcelona, Manchester City and United are all featured on the box

Why Mohamed Salah rested for training session ahead of Friday night clash with Arsenal

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Why Mohamed Salah rested for training session ahead of Friday night clash with Arsenal
Why Mohamed Salah rested for training session ahead of Friday night clash with Arsenal
The Egyptian was a notable absentee as the Reds lined up for a Christmas photo at Melwood, but it seems as though Reds fans have nothing to worry about

Arsenal players angry with Alexis attitude: He clearly wants out

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Arsenal players angry with Alexis attitude: He clearly wants out
Arsenal players angry with Alexis attitude: He clearly wants out

Arsenal players are fed-up with the antics of wantaway teammate Alexis Sanchez.

The Sun says some of Arsenal's senior players have been involved in heated rows with Sanchez, as frustrations grow over his future.

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Carragher unimpressed by Liverpool, Chelsea target Van Dijk

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Carragher unimpressed by Liverpool, Chelsea target Van Dijk
Carragher unimpressed by Liverpool, Chelsea target Van Dijk

Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher is unimpressed by Southampton defender Virgil van Dijk this season.

Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City are all tracking the Dutch international, who saw a transfer request rejected by Southampton in the summer.

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Paddy Agnew’s Noted from Italy: Top teams feel the effect of European campaign

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Paddy Agnew’s Noted from Italy: Top teams feel the effect of European campaign

For the first time 52 years the top four in Serie A all failed to score

Juventus versus Inter Milan; Ivan Perisic flicks the ball forward in the box (Photo: Pierpaolo Piciucco/Action Plus via Getty Images)For the first time 52 years the top four in Serie A all failed to score

Lyon attacker Nabil Fekir: Barcelona interest? There's also Arsenal and Man City

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Lyon attacker Nabil Fekir: Barcelona interest? There's also Arsenal and Man City
Lyon attacker Nabil Fekir: Barcelona interest? There's also Arsenal and Man City

Olympique Lyon attacker Nabil Fekir has welcomed interest from Barcelona.

The France international admits he's flattered by talk of Barca planning to move for him.

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Schalke send Coke on loan to Levante

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Schalke send Coke on loan to Levante
Schalke have announced Coke is to join Levante on loan after the winter break in order to get more first-team football. The defender joined the Bundesliga side from Sevilla in July 2016 but suffered a major cruciate ligament injury on his debut. After recovering, Coke started seven league matches at the end of last season but he has been restricted to a single minute of league action this campaign. "The loan deal - designed to give the Schalke man some game time at the side currently 15th in La Liga - will start on January 1 2018 and will last until June 30 2018," read a Schalke statement. "The 30-year-old’s contract at Schalke does not expire until June 30 2019." Schalke are second in the Bundesliga after 16 league games, nine points behind champions Bayern Munich. . @coke23andujar will go on loan to @LevanteUD after the winter break. Best of luck, amigo! #s04 pic.twitter.com/MI0FXq3IRO — FC Schalke 04 (@s04_en) December 16, 2017

David Moyes targets shift from defence to attack in next matches

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David Moyes targets shift from defence to attack in next matches
David Moyes targets shift from defence to attack in next matches

Resurgent Rooney has Europe's best shot-conversion record

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Resurgent Rooney has Europe's best shot-conversion record
Resurgent Rooney has Europe's best shot-conversion record
Wayne Rooney has helped restore a smile on the face of Everton fans, and the former Manchester United striker boasts the best shot-conversion rate in Europe's top five leagues this season. The former England captain has hit five goals in his past four Premier League appearances, including the winner in his side's 1-0 victory at Newcastle United on Wednesday. Everton consequently made it 10 points from a possible 12 as part of their resurgence under Sam Allardyce, and Rooney - who returned to Goodison Park in July after a 13-year spell at Manchester United, where he became the record goalscorer in the club's history - has another reason to smile. Rooney's shot-conversion rate stands at 37.5 per cent, the forward having hit nine Premier League goals from his 24 efforts so far this season. | That's goals in his last games for @WayneRooney. #EFCawayday pic.twitter.com/LmMUsYVhsC — Everton (@Everton) December 13, 2017 In second place behind Rooney is Monaco's Radamel Falcao, with 14 goals from 42 shots for a shot conversion rate of 33 per cent, while Real Betis forward Antonio Sanabria has the same figure thanks to his seven LaLiga goals from 21 shots. Other strikers of note in the top 10 include Inter captain Mauro Icardi (30.77 per cent) and Paris Saint-Germain's Edinson Cavani (30.36 per cent). 24 shots... 9 goals... Wayne Rooney's shot-conversion rate of 37.5% is the best in Europe's top five leagues. No wonder Big Sam is smiling at Everton!#PremierLeague #EFC pic.twitter.com/ZwSAaPLyOE — Omnisport (@OmnisportNews) December 14, 2017

Sam Allardyce concerned by Everton’s long injury list

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Sam Allardyce concerned by Everton’s long injury list
Sam Allardyce concerned by Everton’s long injury list

Sam Allardyce to review Everton players before January window

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Sam Allardyce to review Everton players before January window
Sam Allardyce to review Everton players before January window

Chelsea face Barca, Spurs v Juve in Champions League last 16

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Chelsea face Barca, Spurs v Juve in Champions League last 16
Chelsea face Barca, Spurs v Juve in Champions League last 16
Chelsea draw Barcelona in the last 16 of the Champions League, while Tottenham will face Italian champions Juventus.

"Get Jack Wilshere on!" Arsenal fans call for Arsene Wenger to make half-time change vs Southampton

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"Get Jack Wilshere on!" Arsenal fans call for Arsene Wenger to make half-time change vs Southampton
"Get Jack Wilshere on!" Arsenal fans call for Arsene Wenger to make half-time change vs Southampton
Supporters of the north London club have stuck with Wilshere through his numerous injuries

Villarreal star Pablo Fornals rushed to hospital after fainting in training before Barcelona game

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Villarreal star Pablo Fornals rushed to hospital after fainting in training before Barcelona game

VILLARREAL star Pablo Fornals was rushed to hospital after fainting in training ahead of his side’s clash against Barcelona.

The playmaker suffered an attack of hypoglycemia – low blood sugar – and is said to be under observation in a hospital in Castellon.

Pablo Fornals fainted in trainingEPA

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Merseyside Derby: Sam Allardyce effect already clear at Everton

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Merseyside Derby: Sam Allardyce effect already clear at Everton
Merseyside Derby: Sam Allardyce effect already clear at Everton

Wojciech Szczesny: I want Juventus to win a big game in England

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Wojciech Szczesny: I want Juventus to win a big game in England
Juventus goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny says he hopes to face a Premier League side in the Champions League's round of 16. Former

Man Utd legend Ferdinand: Hazard even more dangerous now than under Mourinho

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Man Utd legend Ferdinand: Hazard even more dangerous now than under Mourinho
Man Utd legend Ferdinand: Hazard even more dangerous now than under Mourinho

Manchester United legend Rio Ferdinand admits facing Chelsea ace Eden Hazard still gives him nightmares.

Hazard came up against Ferdinand in the latter part of the Red Devils legend's career - when his legs weren't quite what they once were.

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Ben Woodburn: Wales forward gets award from Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp

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Ben Woodburn: Wales forward gets award from Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp
Ben Woodburn: Wales forward gets award from Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp presents Reds and Wales forward Ben Woodburn with his Carwyn James Young Sportsman of the Year award.

Sven Mislintat: Arsenal signed me from Dortmund with 'brutal expectations'

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Sven Mislintat: Arsenal signed me from Dortmund with 'brutal expectations'
Arsenal's new head of recruitment Sven Mislintat has admitted that expectations in him at his new club are "sky high." Mislintat <a

Evan Dimas one of two Indonesian stars to sign with Selangor for 2018

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Evan Dimas one of two Indonesian stars to sign with Selangor for 2018
PJ Roberts assesses if Rafael van der Vaart is suited for a move to Indonesian club Bali United. With Hassan Sunny and Safuwan Baharudin set to join new clubs, PJ Roberts says more Singapore internationals should be playing abroad. Indonesia internationals Evan Dimas and Ilham Armaiyn have joined Malaysia Super League (MSL) club Selangor from Liga 1 champions Bhayangkara. The Red Giants will be determined to improve upon this year's sixth-placed finish in the MSL, and the capture of two bright young talents is a measure of this ambition. Dimas and Armaiyn should arrive in Malaysia in a very positive frame of mind, having just lifted the Indonesian title under Scottish-born manager Simon McMenemy. It is seven years since Selangor...

A-League Review: Melbourne City end poor run with late winner

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A-League Review: Melbourne City end poor run with late winner
Melbourne City ended a run of four A-League matches without a win on Saturday, as Manny Muscat's late goal helped them come from behind to beat Newcastle Jets 2-1 away from home. The Jets had been hoping to keep the pressure on pacesetters Sydney FC after their 1-0 triumph over Adelaide United on Friday and everything appeared to be going to plan for them just after the half-hour mark. Andrew Nabbout forced Dean Bouzanis into a save, but the former Liverpool youngster could not keep hold of it and the Jets man buried the rebound. Ross McCormack levelled shortly after from penalty spot, converting after he had been nudged over in the area by Nigel Boogaard. And Muscat completed the turnaround four minutes from the end, smashing home an emphatic volley from 12 yards out to move City within a point of the Jets, who are left trailing Sydney by five. FT | Newcastle 1-2 City Three points away from home and back on the winner's list! A huge result and on to next week at home on Sunday! #NEWvMCY pic.twitter.com/UPbkcH6jqs — Melbourne City FC (@MelbourneCity) December 2, 2017 In the other match on Saturday, Western Sydney Wanderers' winless run was stretched to seven games following a 2-0 defeat at home to Brisbane Roar, with Massimo Maccarone and Ivan Franjic getting the goals for the visitors.

Pogba: Germany want revenge over France

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Pogba: Germany want revenge over France
France star Paul Pogba fears Germany will be gunning for revenge if the two sides meet at the 2018 World Cup. Joachim Low's reigning world champions and Les Bleus, led by Didier Deschamps, cannot be paired together in Friday's group-stage draw in Moscow, with both nations ranked among the top seeds. A meeting at the business end of the tournament is more likely, when France's Euro 2016 semi-final win in Marseille thanks to an Antoine Griezmann brace would be fresh in the memory. Pogba and company suffered heartache of their own as Eder fired Portugal to a shock extra-time win in the final, but the Manchester United midfielder is confident a lavishly gifted can go all the way in Russia. "I'm really excited," he told Sport Bild. "Ultimately, the opponents do not matter. I fly with France to win everything. "Germany certainly wants revenge for the semi-final against us at the European Championships last year. "Germany have improved since the European Championships and have many new promising talents. They are certainly among the favourites. "But we have also got even stronger and have a young, hungry team." 

2018 FIFA World Cup draw: Qualifying teams, date, time and how to watch

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2018 FIFA World Cup draw: Qualifying teams, date, time and how to watch
The draw for the 2018 FIFA World Cup is scheduled to take place on Dec. 1 at the

'Palace fans with tickets held for 45 minutes by police'

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'Palace fans with tickets held for 45 minutes by police'
'Palace fans with tickets held for 45 minutes by police'
The Football Supporters' Federation investigates claims that Crystal Palace fans with tickets were denied entry to Tuesday's game at Brighton.

Russia wants St. Petersburg to host Euro 2020 opening game

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Russia wants St. Petersburg to host Euro 2020 opening game
Russia wants St. Petersburg to host Euro 2020 opening game

Arsenal sweating over fitness of Mesut Ozil ahead of Huddersfield clash after German missed Burnley victory

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Arsenal sweating over fitness of Mesut Ozil ahead of Huddersfield clash after German missed Burnley victory
Arsenal sweating over fitness of Mesut Ozil ahead of Huddersfield clash after German missed Burnley victory
Ozil sat out the dramatic win at Turf Moor through illness and Arsene Wenger believes the game could come too soon

Is Burnley vs Arsenal on TV? Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for Premier League clash

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Is Burnley vs Arsenal on TV? Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for Premier League clash

ARSENAL face Burnley in the Premier League, hoping to bounce back from their European loss.

The Gunners were defeated 1-0 by FC Koln in the Europa League this week, although they had already guaranteed progress to the next round.

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Burnley, however, will be no pushovers.

Sean Dyche’s men are on level points with Arsenal, behind them on goal difference in 7th place in the table.

The Clarets have conceded just nine league goals all season, and have won their last three league games on the bounce.

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Sean Dyche will be delighted with his team’s overall performance so far this seasonCRAIG_BROUGH What is the team news?

ARSENAL were without Olivier Giroud and Theo Walcott for the North London Derby, and the duo look likely to miss out again.

Sean Dyche has been fortunate with injuries this season, managing to keep the same starting XI for most of their 12 games so far.

The only absentees are Jonathan Walters, Dean Marney and Tom Heaton – whose deputy Nick Pope as impressed in-between the sticks for the Clarets.

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