Saturday, 20 September 2014

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The right-back only left the Parc des Princes back in July and admits the game will be a special occasion as he bids to get one over on his former employers this weekend

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The Baggies are yet to taste victory in the Premier League this season but will be cautiously confident following Spurs' long midweek exertion in the Europa League

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The Italian has urged his side to continue their high-scoring start to the season - they have scored seven so far - as they hit the road in search of more goals on Sunday

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Nigel Pearson insists his squad will not shy away from the threat of Louis van Gaal's side, while the Dutchman has hinted Radamel Falcao will start in place of Robin van Persie

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The London side effectively ended the hosts hopes of Champions League football last season with a 3-2 win, and Roberto Martinez remains wary despite summer changes

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Both strikers have had their fitness concerns this season but lead each respective side's scoring charts, with the Blues looking to maintain their 100 per cent start to the season

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The Barca coach shuffled his pack by making nine changes for their Champions League win over APOEL and says he will continue to rotate his players in the Spanish top-flight

Friday, 19 September 2014

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Both Sean Dyche and Gus Poyet are yet to taste victory so far this term, with Clarets star striker Danny Ings ruled out for the foreseeable future with a hamstring injury

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The coach returns to San Siro looking to extend his side's 100% record in the league while bringing an end to the Rossoneri's, who sit joint-top of Serie A with six points

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The Premier League's bottom club are yet to win this season and lost 4-0 to Southampton last time out, while Steve Bruce is excited by the prospect of his new recruits

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The Potters boss endured a torrid 10-month spell with the Rs but has restored his reputation at the Britannia Stadium, and Harry Redknapp is hoping for a positive welcome

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Los Rojiblancos were beaten by Olympiakos in the Champions League in midweek but the Spanish champions could go top of La Liga with a win at the Estadio Vicente Calderon

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The hosts have won three of their opening four games and sit in third place, while Saints sit two points further back in fourth despite a summer of huge upheaval in the squad

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The visitors will be flying after their win over Arsenal but will be taking nothing for granted against a home side that is playing well under new boss Kasper Hjulmand

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After domestic losses to Real Sociedad and Atletico Madrid, Los Blancos will be desperate for three points at the Riazor but the hosts have made a decent start to the season

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Last season's Premier League runners-up have lost two of their opening four games but the manager hopes that a last-gasp midweek win over Ludogorets will boost his squad

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The hosts hope that a change of coach will result in a change of fortune after their worst start to a Bundesliga season but the champions are fresh from a midweek win in Europe

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Arsene Wenger's side were comprehensively beaten by Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League, while the Villans look to record their fourth win in five Premier League games

Wednesday, 17 September 2014

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The Merseysiders finished fifth in the Premier League last season, thus earning a spot in the Europa League, and the Spaniard is optimistic about their chances in the competition

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Midfielder Fredy Guarin believes the team is bursting with confidence after big wins against Stjarnan and Sassuolo