Latest Headlines

Phil Jones has returned to Manchester United for treatment on a groin injury he picked up while with England this week.

The prognosis beyond England's match with Germany this coming week is unclear. Jones was a huge presence for Manchester United in their win over Arsenal last weekend and if he were to miss any time it would be a set-back to the club's rebounding fortunes. Stay tuned as next week unfolds because his health has implications for the fantasy value of the entire United defense.
Sat, Nov 16, 2013 04:15:00 PM

Lewis Holtby is ineligible to face Tottenham Hotspurs this weekend as the midfielder is on loan from Spurs.

Holtby has been in good form for Fulham as they look to escape from near certain relegation. Ashkan Dejagah will likely deputize for the German, despite being a different type of player. Fulham will miss Holtby's vision and ability to control a match's tempo.
Source: Squawka
Apr 18 - 12:27 AM

Mousa Dembele is back fit for Spurs as they host Fulham this weekend.

Dembele came through a U21 match earlier in the week, and could feature against Fulham, where he made his name in English football. He may have to settle for a place on the bench, however, with Paulinho, Nabil Bentaleb, and surprisingly Nacer Chadli, ahead of him in the pecking order for the two spots in central midfield.
Apr 18 - 12:33 AM

Spurs striker, Roberto Soldado, is back in training after a hamstring injury. However, this weekend's match against Fulham comes to soon for him to return to first team action.

Soldado's injury has given youngster, Harry Kane, a chance to stake his own claim and two goals in as many matches makes a statement. He'll get a chance to make it three straight against Fulham this weekend.
Apr 18 - 12:38 AM

Everton's chances of finishing in the top four took a major blow this evening, as they have their seven game winning streak snapped at home to a confident Crystal Palace side in a 2-3 final.

Everton have to be feeling a bit stunned, as they had just put themselves in a position to control their fate over the weekend, and now find themselves losing at home to a side they may have underestimated. It was looking dire after going down 0-2 early in the second half, but substitute Steven Naismith helped the Toffees get back in it with his third goal of the last four matches. Palace went up by two again, but Kevin Mirallas cut the deficit late with his 8th league goal this season. Unfortunately, they could not eventually equalize, though Mirallas had a huge chance squandered in the final moments. Everton dominated possession and took over a dozen corners, but two goals were all they could manage, and it wasn't enough. They now hand the fate of the final Champions League spot back over to Arsenal.
Apr 16 - 5:17 PM

David Silva missed Manchester City's surprise draw with Sunderland due to injury.

Twitter reports suggest Silva missed out with an ankle problem he initally picked up against Manchester United last month. Suggestions are the midfielder will be okay to face West Brom on Monday, but we'll ensure an update is provided in the team news post on Friday. Manuel Pellegrini will be desperate for Silva to make a speedy recovery, with talisman Yaya Toure already missing for the next two weeks and Sergio Aguero still feeling his way back to full fitness.
Apr 16 - 5:17 PM

Manchester City dropped points in their attempt to close in on their Premier League title-chasing rivals, drawing 2-2 with Sunderland.

Who saw this coming? Rock-bottom Sunderland have been woeful for the past month and looked doomed to another defeat when Fernandinho opened the scoring for Manchester City after just two minutes. However, the Black Cats then put on an excellent showing and their hard work was rewarded with 17 minutes to go, as forgotten man Connor Wickham equalised, before shocking the Etihad by scoring a second goal ten minutes later. The goals looked to have given Sunderland a relegation life-line, but with two minutes left goalkeeper Vito Mannone fumbled Samir Nasri's shot over the line, which earnt City an undeserved draw. A point does neither side much good though, as Gus Poyet's men are set for the drop, while City sit six points behind leaders Liverpool and four behind Chelsea with only one of their games in hand remaining.
Source: BBC Sport
Apr 16 - 5:10 PM

Jason Puncheon continued his stellar run of form, scoring the opening the goal and assisting the eventual game-winner, as Crystal Palace win their fourth straight in a 2-3 upset over Everton.

Palace opened the scoring thanks to a fine run and cross from Yannick Bolasie which eventually was controlled by Marouane Chamakh, who teed up Puncheon for the tap in. Early in the second half, the Eagles would go up two on a header from Scott Dann resulting from a Bolasie corner. Everton would mount a comeback but Palace's third goal would prove to seal the points as Puncheon would find Cameron Jerome who moved the ball to his right and created the space to shoot and beat Tim Howard. Today's result was a shining example of the job Tony Pulis has done since arriving to Selhurst Park, and his name surely belongs in the conversation for manager of the season. At one time, they were floundering in the relegation zone. A few months later, they are a formidable side.
Apr 16 - 4:59 PM

Matt Jarvis scored the opening goal in the 40th minute to give West Ham hope for a famous victory at the Emirates but it was not to be as Arsenal stormed back with three unanswered goals for the win.

West Ham played Arsenal even for most of the first half and may even have been considered the better team in the first half. In the 40th minute Matt Jarvis scored the opening goal with his head off of a rebound. The lead didn't last long as Lukas Podolski scored with a powerful left-footed shot in the 44th minute. The lead slipped away for good ten minutes into the second half as Thomas Vermaelen's long ball into the box was controlled by Olivier Giroud who put it through Adrian's legs for the match winner. Lukas Podolski scored an insurance goal for the final 3-1 scoreline.
Apr 15 - 8:08 PM

With Arsenal in dire need of points Lukas Podolski cancelled out West Ham's first half lead and then scored an insurance goal to ensure Arsenal all three points at home against the Hammers.

With many people predicting a trip up after a draining FA Cup semi-final over the weekend things were off to a rough start when Matt Jarvis scored the opener for West Ham. Lukas Podolski evened the score just before halftime to lighten the mood at the Emirates. In the second half Olivier Giroud and Lukas Podolski both scored to ensure victory for Arsenal as they continue their race with Everton for the final Champions League spot.
Apr 15 - 8:01 PM

Chelsea announced over the weekend that star midfielder Eden Hazard will return "sooner rather than later".

There was no timetable for Hazard's return, but considering his initial prognosis was two to three weeks, we expect Hazard to have a chance to return against Atletico Madrid next week. In terms of the Premier League, Hazard's most likely return to occur against Liverpool in week 36. The Reds are not known for their defense, so Hazard remains an options in that game if the team news are positive. In the meantime, Mohamed Salah will replace him in Chelsea's starting lineup.
Apr 15 - 3:34 PM

Manchester City will be missing Yaya Toure for up to two weeks due to the groin injury picked up against Liverpool.

This is obviously bad news for City, but Yaya was initially ruled out of playing again this season, so it could've been worse. The midfielder will miss the second part of this double-week against Sunderland, as well as the clash against West Brom in Week 35, but Manuel Pellegrini will be hoping he could be ready to return against Crystal Palace at the end of April. In other news, Vincent Kompany and Sergio Aguero both came through the Liverpool game without problems and will be expected to start on Wednesday.
Source: Sky Sports
Apr 15 - 8:39 AM




Highest Searched Players over the last 7 days


Video Center

  •  
    NFL Draft - Top Need: Panthers

    NFL Draft - Top Need: Panthers
  •  
    NFL Draft - Top Need: Saints

    NFL Draft - Top Need: Saints
  •  
    NFL Draft - Top Need: Falcons

    NFL Draft - Top Need: Falcons
  •  
    NFL Draft - Top Need: Bucs

    NFL Draft - Top Need: Bucs
  •  
    NFL Draft - Top Need: Colts

    NFL Draft - Top Need: Colts
  •  
    Draft: Overrated/Underrated

    Draft: Overrated/Underrated
  •  
    NFL Draft - Top Need: Titans

    NFL Draft - Top Need: Titans
  •  
    NFL Draft - Top Need: Jaguars

    NFL Draft - Top Need: Jaguars