Friday, March 27, 2015
The two are set to be sidelined with the Liverpool winger scheduled to have an injection for a toe problem while the Arsenal striker picked up a knee problem against Lithuania.
Roy Hodgson's side has won seven straight matches since exiting the World Cup at the first hurdle and the striker believes the continent's best sides will be worried about them.
After coming off the bench to score on his England debut, Tottenham forward Harry Kane described his international bow as a "dream."
The Football Association has served Hull City with a £30,000 fine for failure to control their players.
After weeks of talking openly about contract talks, Mark Hughes has put pen to paper on a new Stoke City deal until 2018.
Mario Balotelli could still work his way back into the Italy squad if he improves his attitude, says defender Leonardo Bonucci.
Serbia's star defender is ready to tackle a true great of the game when he faces Portugal in a Euro 2016 qualifier.
The striker is close to entering the international record books, with just four more goals needed for him to become the Three Lions' all-time top scorer ahead of Bobby Charlton.
The winger's Real future has been called into question and Paul Scholes wants United to make a move for hm.
Thursday, March 26, 2015
England striker Wayne Rooney is ready to enter the record books, with Bobby Charlton's all-time scoring record up for grabs.
The 34-year-old admits he was keen to help out the established players in any way he could whilst breaking through to the first team at Stamford Bridge.
Having been banned for three games for a stamp on David de Gea, Martin Skrtel maintains the contact was accidental.
More than one billion pounds from the record-breaking Premier League UK TV deal is set to be shared outside the competition over a three-year period.
Harry Kane can expect his full England debut this week, although boss Roy Hodgson refused to say whether he would start against Lithuania.
Arouna Kone could make an immediate return for Everton after the international break, following positive results from a scan on his knee.
Chelsea has extended John Terry's deal until the end of the 2015-16 campaign, taking the defender into an 18th season in the first team.
Raheem Sterling and James Milner are nursing respective toe and knee problems as England prepares to face Lithuania at Wembley.
Amid speculation over a return to Atletico, the Chelsea defender insists he is committed to the club.
The England international publicly contradicted his manager on Twitter on Thursday and it is the latest in a long line of disputes over deals involving key players.
The Liverpool midfielder knows his goal-scoring record is not good enough and has vowed to improve his finishing.