Arsenal take on Everton in the Premier League with both sides looking to finish in the top-four, and Jack Wilshere wants his team’s fans to cheer them onto another victory.
Elsewhere, Reading Adam Le Fondre and Everton’s Shane Duffy reveal how they like to relax - by playing Football Manager.
And Atletico Madrid’s Radamel Falcao celebrates reaching a goalscoring landmark before targeting plenty more goals.
Read on for all these and more in Goal.com’s latest offering of Word on the Tweet.
“coming together nicely at Betis in my 3rd season already qualified through champs league group 3rd in the league! AC sniffin too #FM13”
Adam Le Fondre reveals how he relaxes when he’s not playing for Reading - playing Football Manager.
“Cooking for yourself is not a good way to spend an evening I can tell ya! This Tuna + pasta is going down like a s*** sandwich!”
WOTT suspects Manchester United’s Rio Ferdinand is not a fan of watching Masterchef of an evening.
“Big game tonight at #Emirates against Everton! Big support again from the fans #Arsenal #COYG”
Jack Wilshere calls on Arsenal’s supporters to cheer them on ahead of their crucial match at home to Everton.
“Good luck to my mates at Cardiff tonight. Hope to come in to news of yous being in the premier league. Well deserved!”
Ross McCormack wishes his former team Cardiff good luck as they look to seal promotion to the Premier League.
“Thank you all for the birthday messages, feels not so long ago I was making my debut at 16 all them years ago #timesflying #goodtimes”
Newly 26-year-old Aaron Lennon reflects with nostalgia on a decade in the professional game. Would the ideal present be a top-four place?
“Thxs for those who celebrate and enjoy with this 200 goals!! hope much more to come!!”
Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao expresses his delight after reaching an impressive goalscoring - before ominously hinting that he's far from done tormenting goalkeepers.
“Chilling in the room playing footy manger waiting for tonight's game. Massive one for us ! #coyb”
Another footballer reveals himself as a Football Manager - this time it’s Everton’s Shane Duffy.
“Finally some good weather”
Southampton youngster Luke Shaw is enjoying the weather after months of it being cold.
“First day back with the first team today! So happy to be back! Now looking forward to the weekend to play my first game for the 21s utv”
Aston Villa’s Gary Gardner is eyeing a return to action following a spell out injured. With their position in the table, it could be just in the nick of time Gary...