Saturday, January 31, 2015

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The Yellow Submarine have enjoyed a fine unbeaten run this season but face Luis Enrique's resurgent side with poor recent history at Camp Nou weighing on their shoulders.

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The Gunners have won their last four games in all competitions and could hand their newest signing a debut as they welcome Paul Lambert's men to the Emirates Stadium.

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The Giallorossi had a chance to temporarily close the gap on Juventus to four points, but instead may end the weekend nine points behind the league leader.

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The Inter coach is desperate for defensive reinforcements, despite completing a few notable deals in January, but is struggling to find players who will improve his squad.

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The Manchester City boss felt his side played to win throughout the 90 minutes and tersely alluded to a clash in styles between the two sides at Stamford Bridge

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Goals from Massimo Maccarone and Maicon cancelled each other out at Stadio Olimpico, with both sides reduced to 10 men in a hard-fought and competitive Serie A affair

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The Brazilian has shone in his second season at Camp Nou, but according to his coach faces an almost impossible task in matching the feats of his teammate

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Two players were sent off in the first half - Kostas Manolas for the hosts and Riccardo Saponara for the visitors - as the Giallorossi fumbled their way to a stalemate

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The Chelsea legend admitted his nerves as he prepared to play against his former employers as Manchester City held the Londoners to a 1-1 draw

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The Rossoneri say their proposed new ground will be one of the world's most "innovative" and are targeting a move to the premises within three years

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Goal looks at the top statistics from the latest round of Premier League fixtures, including Chelsea's clash with Manchester City and Manchester United's win over Leicester

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Jurgen Klopp's men claim sole possession of bottom spot in the Bundesliga as some strong defending from both sides ensures a share of the spoils at the BayArena

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Manuel Pellegrini had the Spaniard to thank for pulling his side back into it after cancelling out Loic Remy's opener as Frank Lampard made an emotional return to Stamford Bridge

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Goal took in the action at the Ipurua Municipal Stadium, where the visiting side did the damage in the first half with three goals before half an hour.

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The Frenchman scored two and was superb in the absence of the suspended Cristiano, but the Welsh winger wasted two clear chances and was jeered again at the Bernabeu.