Friday, 27 November 2015
The north Londoners have not lost since the opening day of the season, but will they finally come unstuck against the Blues on Sunday... and who poses the biggest threat?
The Roma boss reportedly has four games to save his job, the champions suffered their 21st injury of the season last week, while a long-running feud shows no signs of ending
The Leicester City frontman has the opportunity to break the Manchester United legend's long-standing consecutive goal streak record by netting against his former club
Arsene Wenger's side are very much in the Premier League title race, but they are also in the midst of an injury crisis, and historically struggle ahead of the festive period
In an exclusive interview with Goal, John Obi Mikel has picked his all-time Chelsea XI from those he’s played with in his nine years at Stamford Bridge
Fifteen teams have now booked their place in the Europa League last 32, but who earned a spot in our team of the week?
Goal takes a look at what is making the headlines around the continent on Friday...
Thursday, 26 November 2015
With just one game left to play, who has qualified for the knockout stages of the Europa League?
The Bayern Munich striker showed off his delectable technique during training, while Barca's futsal team scored an impressively quick goal
Omar Momani gives us his unique take on football's biggest stories...
The Reds have cruised to emphatic wins over Chelsea and Manchester City on the road but their manager is still to find a cure for the home form that is undermining their season
Manchester United, Chelsea and PSG are all following the Anderlecht midfielder closely, but will have to wait until the end of the season to sign the €20 million-rated Belgian
The Brazilian shone in the 6-1 thrashing of Roma, Iker Casillas produced a clanger against Dynamo Kiev and Thomas Muller broke another record on matchday five
Manchester United's Champions League progress is in doubt, Real Madrid are almost punished for switching off and there's more praise for Barcelona - it's Goal's European newspap...
Wednesday, 25 November 2015
Benitez picked a side much more in line with his beliefs after losing 4-0 to Barcelona with an attacking line-up on Saturday, but the defensive issues will worry the Spanish coach
Manchester United struggled to unlock PSV at Old Trafford with the Spain international on the bench and, as a result, need a win to guarantee their route to the last 16
Manager Louis van Gaal is still without five first-team players but he can at least recall both of his key attackers and Marouane Fellaini after their own respective absences
Louis van Gaal has shuffled his pack regularly at left-back since Shaw's broken leg but even the Dutchman admits he's short on options
Brazilian enforcer Casemiro was conspicuously absent from Saturday's Clasico humiliation, underlining his importance to the side - so why did Rafa Benitez drop him?
The Porto goalkeeper is leading the way in Europe for the wrong reasons following his blunder in Porto's 2-0 defeat to Dynamo Kyiv in the Champions League