England

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

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The France international netted a first-half brace, while the Ballon d'Or holder continued his superb run of form to bag his 20th goal in 13 appearances this season

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The Gunners have a lengthening injury list - will they be able to handle the Belgians or will the hosts spring a surprise? Find out LIVE

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The Blues lead the Premier League by five points having won seven of their first eight matches, but the Brazilian believes the Red Devils can end that run on Sunday

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The Spanish striker is on loan at AC Milan but his former coach at Chelsea, Roberti Di Matteo, hopes to bring him to Germany. Follow the latest transfer news with Goal!

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The Spaniard has notched nine assists in his first 10 appearances for the Blues and his manager now says he can understand why he wore the armband at Arsenal

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European football's governing body has admitted it is looking at alternatives after around 500 people were allowed into the Khimki Arena on Tuesday

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The Scot, who succeeded Peter Kenyon in September 2009, believes "the time is right to move on to other challenges" having presided over success on and off the pitch

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The 25-year-old was convicted of multiple fraud offences totalling approximately €67,000 after assuming the Blues starlet's identity to help maintain a lavish lifestyle

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The German World Cup winner, currently out injured, hopes the Arsenal manager has a "blissful" day, though, like his boss, is targeting a good performance against Anderlecht

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The 19-year-old, who has struggled with form and fitness since moving to Old Trafford, is determined to produce a good performance against his boyhood club on Sunday

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The striker hurt himself shortly before scoring the first goal against Maribor but, with Diego Costa still out, is keen to get another chance to impress against the Red Devils

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The former Reds man, now with Real Madrid, says that a Champions League match at Anfield will be a real test for his side no matter how the hosts' last game went

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The Toffees bounced back from a run of five matches without a win with a 3-0 victory over Aston Villa last time out and will hope to build on that success on Thursday

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ANALYSIS: Luka Modric and Toni Kroos cannot be allowed to supply Cristiano Ronaldo, the Reds must tighten up at set-pieces and Raheem Sterling should be deployed centrally

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Both Diego Costa and Loic Remy are doubts for Sunday's clash with Manchester United, leaving veteran Didier Drogba as the Blues' only remaining out-and-out centre forward