Arsenal will be aiming to put pressure on Everton in the face to finish fourth by ending their recent Premier League slump with a win over London rivals West Ham United.
The Gunners may have reached the FA Cup final in somewhat unconvincing fashion on Saturday, but their Premier League form over the past two months has been horrendous, with just one win in six games turning them into Champions League qualification hopefuls from leagu...More
While not the fiercest of London derbies, games between Arsenal and West Ham United at Highbury or the Emirates Stadium have delivered their fair share of talking points. Ahead of their meeting on Tuesday, here is a look back:
An amazing start to the second half saw Arsenal run out comfortable 5-1 winners back in January 2013, with Olivier Giroud scoring twice. Jack Collison stunned the hosts by giving West Ham the lea...More
Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has questioned whether Liverpool have the mental strength to get over the line and win their first Premier League title, Sky Sports has reported.
Liverpool defeated fellow title hopefuls Manchester City on Sunday to move seven points clear of Manuel Pellegrini’s side, while Chelsea are two points behind the Reds with the two clubs still to meet at Anfield in a potential title decider on April 27.
Manchester City are set to be punished by UEFA over the coming days for breaching Financial Fair Play regulations, the Daily Telegraph is reporting.
The club, who are owned by billionaire Sheikh Mansour, are set to be charged by Europe’s governing body for excessive spending. Ligue 1 title favourites Paris St. Germain, who have also invested heavily in recent seasons, are among the other clubs at risk of severe sanctions.
Should they succeed in staying in the Premier League, Crystal Palace are hoping to sign Blackpool winger Thomas Ince on a permanent basis, according to the Guardian.
Ince has been on loan at Selhurst Park since transfer deadline day in January, but has made just five appearances for Crystal Palace, one of which coming as a substitute. He has one goal to his name; against West Bromwich Albion on February 8.
And despite preferring the...More
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted that his side might have been guilty of taking a top four finish for granted this season, BBC Sport has reported.
The Gunners have spent much of the campaign fighting for the Premier League title, but they have fallen away due to a combination of poor results and injuries to key players. They now face a battle with in-form Everton if they are to make next season’s Champions League.
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