Saturday 27 December 2014

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The Colombian appeared to be on the verge of a move to Real Madrid before joining Manchester United, and he admits he has often wanted to go somewhere but ended up elsewhere

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The striker, who has been on loan at San Siro, will join the Italian club on a permanent basis, although reports suggest his future may actually lie at Atletico Madrid

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The 27-year-old spent seven years at Arsenal before being sold to Barcelona for £15 million in 2012, and the pair will reunite on Sunday when the Gunners travel to Upton Park

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The manager has been impressed with his squad's attitude in recent weeks after winning three games in a row, but host Louis van Gaal's rejuvenated side on Sunday

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The Hammers sit fifth as they approach the halfway point in the season while the manager's contract is set to expire in the summer, and the co-owner fears him leaving

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Keith Millen will step into a caretaker role at Loftus Road after the first sacking of the season, with both clubs in need of a win as they continue their fight against relegation

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The pair worked together under Louis van Gaal at Barcelona and the Chelsea manager insists he always expected his former colleague to impress at St Mary's this season

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The Hammers have already beaten Liverpool and Manchester City at home and their manager sees no reason why he cannot claim bragging right over another Premier League heavyweight

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The Potters have secured impressive wins against the likes of Manchester City and Arsenal this season and now hope to record back-to-back victories after triumphing on Boxing Day

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Neither Roberto Martinez's side nor the Magpies have been particularly productive in front of goal recently, so Al Hain-Cole is not expecting too many goals when they clash

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The coach will take charge of the Eagles first team, for the second time this season, against QPR following Neil Warnock's sacking but is only concerned with the next game

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Friday's 2-1 loss to Tottenham extended the Foxes' winless run to 13 games - 11 of which have been defeats - but face a Tigers side also in danger of relegation

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The Hammers have been extremely strong at home in recent months while Arsenal have struggled on the road meaning there could be some value in backing the hosts at Upton Park

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Both sides suffered defeats on Boxing Day with the Toffees having slipped down to 12th place in the Premier League table, two points behind Alan Pardew's side

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Two sides battling against relegation meet at Loftus Road this weekend, with Palace travelling the short distance west, and our tipster backing a home victory

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Louis van Gaal's side are unbeaten in their last eight and travel to White Hart Lane to face an in-form Spurs team that have won their last three games in a row

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Despite missing the likes of Sergio Aguero and Edin Dzeko, Phil Kitromilides believes the Premier League champions will have few problems against one the division's strugglers