England

Saturday 12 April 2014

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With Tuesday marking 25 years since 96 Liverpool fans were killed at Sheffield Wednesday, fixtures across all divisions and the FA Cup kicked off later, among other tributes

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The former Paris Saint-Germain star made his first start since December in a 2-1 win over West Ham after a hamstring injury, which satisfied the "competitor" in him

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The Latics boss says that Roberto Martinez - a former boss of the Championship team - was impressive in marshalling the Toffees to a 3-0 Premier League win over the Gunners

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The Reds midfielder is keen to take things "one game at a time" but acknowledges that Sunday's encounter will be a crucial one in determining who wins the championship

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Both players are still struggling with injuries, so their coach does not expect to be able to call upon either of them again before the close of the 2013-14 campaign

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The Spaniard believes that the Chelsea-owned striker is not motivated by money and feels that his club have offered the Belgian sensation an "incredible opportunity"

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The Germany international is looking forward to playing at Wembley for the first time and expects the Gunners to triumph over Manchester City's conquerors

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The Gunners must put the memory of their 2011 League Cup implosion behind them and embrace their 'favourites' tag against Wigan and the winner of Hull City and Sheffield United

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The club captain describes the crunch meeting at Anfield as a "defining game" but believes that his side could recover even if they were beaten by Brendan Rodgers's side

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The England starlet believes that a Wembley triumph would lead to more titles, though he refuses to take the threat of Wigan lightly given they knocked out Manchester City

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The Belgium international, sent off in south Wales in last season's Capital One Cup semi-final, is expected to be sidelined for two weeks after he was forced off against PSG

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Arsene Wenger is coming under increasing pressure because of the north Londoners' nine-year trophy drought, but the ex-England ace says the club are "punching above their weight"

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Both sides still have Premier League glory in their own hands, though victory for the Merseysiders on Sunday would take them seven points clear of Manuel Pellegrini's men

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The Bluebirds lie 19th in the Premier League, six points from safety, and face a real battle to maintain their top-flight status, but their manager is staying positive

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The midfielder suffered the facial injury during training this week but looks set to be available when they take on Newcastle at the Britannia Stadium on Saturday

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The hosts are looking to make it a hat-trick of Premier League victories and face Paul Lambert's side who have won just one of their last eight away matches

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The Tigers take on Sheffield United in the last four at Wembley on Sunday and the coach - who won the trophy three times as a Manchester United player - is targetting victory

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The visitors head to Craven Cottage having not won on the road since December but with a new manager after Chris Hughton was sacked on Sunday

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Roberto Martinez's side are hoping to leapfrog Arsenal this weekend, while Gus Poyet is aiming for a "miracle" to beat the drop into the Championship this season

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men are six points from safety and will be without the injured Craig Noone, who is out for the season, for the trip to St Mary's Stadium