Friday, November 21, 2014

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The striker was left out of Spain's latest international squad and spent time with the Blues' physio instead, which has seen him freed of his physical troubles

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The Liverpool striker has suffered a second setback as he looks to return to first-team action, with his manager insisting the fitness concerns are just "unfortunate"

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The centre-back missed the 2-2 draw with QPR before sitting out both of Belgium's games during the international break, while the former England man has shaken off a slight knock

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The Welsh star admits he may still be at White Hart Lane if Real Madrid did not make their world-record bid last summer due to his relationship with the supporters

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The Italian has failed to score in nine Premier League appearances this season and been criticised for a perceived lack of effort, but remains upbeat about his form

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The 32-year-old, who has featured just six times this term, has admitted he would be open to leaving but the Blues boss insists he has received no offers

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The Foxes have not won in six matches since beating Manchester United and their manager is hopeful they can turn their form around against Gus Poyet's side

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The Blues have a realistic chance of equalling Arsene Wenger's achievement of 2003-04 - but how does Jose Mourinho's side stack up against the famous Gunners?

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The 23-year-old has been struggling all week with a hamstring problem picked up in England's 3-1 win over Scotland on Tuesday while the winger did not train on Thursday

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The Clarets secured their first win of the season against Hull City last time out and is hoping the expectation on the home side will help his team

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The Gunners were looking to sign the Argentine from Barcelona's academy when he was 16 years old but the Frenchman says the forward rejected the opportunity to move

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Louis van Gaal's injury-ravaged side face a tough task against a Gunners outfit unbeaten at home in the league - can the Dutchman mastermind an unlikely win?

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The Premier League champions are without Kolarov, Kompany, David Silva and Dzeko but the Swans boss feels they have the depth to cope with most injury crises

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Alan Pardew's side have won five successive matches in all competitions, but the Rs have enjoyed an upturn in fortunes themselves in recent weeks

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The Liverpool striker was due to return to first-team action following his recovery from a calf problem, but could now be unavailable for another six weeks

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The Toffees could be without a host of players including Gareth Barry, Leighton Baines and Seamus Coleman as Sam Allardyce's in-form Hammers travel to Merseyside

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The 23-year-old has scored five goals in 12 games for the Gunners and the Dutchman believes he has benefited from the regular football he would have been denied at Old Trafford

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The England striker left Old Trafford in September and has since scored 10 goals for club and country, but injury could prevent him from featuring on Saturday

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Jose Mourinho's side sit four points clear at the top of the Premier League season but failed to beat the Baggies in either of their two meetings last season