England

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

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The Portuguese reveals the Blues are in talks over a new long-term deal for the Belgian and has backed him to achieve greatness if he commits to staying at Stamford Bridge

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Despite neither side hitting top gear so far this season our tipster expects the Premier League holders to give a good account of themselves on a familiar European stage

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The Reds will end a five-year absence from Europe's elite club competition when they welcome Bulgarian champions Ludogorets to Anfield on Tuesday

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The Reds boss insists the €20 million signing, who won the competition in 2010, is working hard to ensure he will make an impact in Europe's elite club competition this season

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The Brazil-born Spaniard has seven goals already this season and is set to face a side beset by injury problems

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The Argentine made the difference as Manchester United claimed their first win of the season while the Chelsea striker netted a hat-trick in victory over Swansea

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Pep Guardiola's side are set to be without several key players for the visit of Manuel Pellegrini's Premier League champions

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The former Red Devils defender believes the work his club have done in the market this summer could help attract the Real Madrid superstar back to Old Trafford

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Last season, the 23-year-old put in some exceptional performances in Europe for his club and Jim Knight ponders if he can do so again for the Gunners on Tuesday

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Brendan Rodgers' side are back in the competition for the first time since 2009 but the 41-year-old's new attacking signings are yet to click, while defensive cracks still exist

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The Gunners are set for a 17th successive campaign in Europe's elite club competition and Goal casts an eye over what the tournament could hold for them

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The 24-year-old, who has been at the club for three years, becomes the deputy to Steven Gerrard following Daniel Agger's summer move to hometown club Brondby

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The Belgium international was the star of the show in an emphatic 4-0 win at Old Trafford against Sunderland with Andreas Pereira also on target for the Red Devils

Monday, September 15, 2014

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The Frenchman suffered ankle ligament damage against Manchester City on Saturday and is now set for a lengthy spell on the sidelines following scans on the problem

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The Spanish left-back is has not travelled to Germany due to a back problem, while the 19-year-old is suffering from tonsillitis and is "50-50" to make Tuesday's fixture

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New signings Abel Hernandez and Mohamed Diame scored their first goals for the Tigers as Steve Bruce's men were held by the Hammers at the KC Stadium

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Abel Hernandez shone on his Tigers debut, while Mohamed Diame netted against his former club in between a stunning Enner Valencia strike and a Curtis Davies own goal