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Former West Ham United midfielder Jack Collison is hoping to make the most of his trial with Queens Park Rangers.

Collison has battled a chronic knee problem causing him to miss much of the past two season and he was released by the Hammers back in May, but QPR could offer him a lifeline. The 25-year-old midfielder is training with Harry Redknapp's squad during in pre-season and he hopes some good performances could earn him a short-term contract to help relaunch his career.
Source: Sky Sports
Jul 25 - 6:20 AM

Gus Poyet will consider bringing Billy Jones straight back into the first team after more than two and a half months if the injury to Anthony Reveillere is serious enough to keep the defender out of Thursdays’ clash against Hull City at the Stadium of Light.

The veteran French full-back has impressed since arriving in October following his release from Napoli providing defensive cover for the injured Patrick van Aanholt [dislocated shoulder] and Billy Jones [hamstring] starting all 7 games since his debut against Arsenal. However Reveillere missed Sundays’ derby win over Newcastle because of a muscular problem suffered during the pre-match warm-up - the 35 year-old limped to the sidelines having tweaked his calf which forced a last minute reshuffle and Liverpool loanee Sebastien Coates came in for only his third league start since May 2013. Gus Poyet must now decide whether to risk Billy Jones who is close to a return or continue with the same side that managed a shut out at St James’ Park.
Dec 22 - 4:14 AM

Tottenham will need to check on Ryan Mason ahead of the upcoming games against Leicester City and Manchester United after limping out of Saturdays’ win over Burnley at White Hart Lane moments before half-time.

Mason has seen his stock rise significantly at Spurs this season – having enjoyed a number of loan spells including Swindon and Lorient the midfielder has come of age since his debut back in Septembers’ North London derby and has been a key player for Mauricio Pochettino ever since managing to nail down a place in Tottenhams’ highly competitive midfield. With 12 league starts to his name already only Christian Eriksen has more and Mason is the preferred option over the more established Moussa Dembele and Benjamin Stambouli so this setback will come as a blow although Pochettino did add post-match that "he hoped the [ankle] injury wasn’t too serious."
Source: Daily Mail
Dec 22 - 4:48 AM

Jose Fonte registered a great stat line that included a clean sheet in Southampton's match this weekend.

Fonte finished the game with 18 fantasy points and his average is now at 8 points per game on the season. With Southampton's defense proving to be one of the best in the Premier League and Fonte's ability to get a lot of phantom points, he remains a good option for fantasy managers. Unlike his defensive partners Nathaniel Clyne and Ryan Bertrand, Fonte is owned by under 1% of managers and can prove to be a great differential option.
Source: Sky Sports
Dec 21 - 5:22 PM

American goalkeeper Brad Guzan was exceptional this weekend in Aston Villa's 1-1 draw against Manchester United.

Guzan saved an incredible eight shots, including two late in the game after Villa were down to 10 men. The performance is yet another one that supports the view of those who think Guzan should replace Tim Howard at the next World Cup. The American will be 33 years old at that time and will have a solid chance of winning the job.
Source: Sky Sports
Dec 21 - 5:04 PM

Graziano Pelle scored a tap-in in Southampton's 3-0 rout of Everton.

The Italian striker had a scoring drought earlier this month but has now scored in two of his last three and is beginning to build some momentum again. Southampton's schedule gets easier in the coming weeks so if you could grab Pelle at a reasonable price, he could be a great addition to your fantasy squad.
Source: Sky Sports
Dec 21 - 5:09 PM

Swansea manager Garry Monk made seven changes for the trip to Hull City on Saturday but the Jacks still left the KC Stadium with all three points as the pressure begins to mount on Steve Bruce - his Tigers’ side are now 19th in the division.

Goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski was back following his one game suspension to replace Gerhard Tremmel while Argentine defender Frederico Fernandez returned after more than six weeks out because of a calf strain. Monk also made three enforced changes with Jefferson Montero [hamstring], Leon Britton [knee] and Gylfi Sigurdsson [foot] all carrying minor "niggles" which saw them rested as a precaution ahead of a busy Christmas fixture period. Bafetimbi Gomis was afforded only his third start of the season as Wilfried Bony warmed the bench – the French attacker was given his chance to stake his claim for a place in the eleven when their leading scorer departs for African Cup of Nations duty in January but the forward failed to light the touch paper.
Dec 21 - 4:51 PM

Martin Skrtel's injury caused nine minutes of injury time and Liverpool used most of that time before Skrtel equalized in an action-packed match at Anfield.

Martin Skrtel's driven header late into stoppage time pull out a deserved point for Liverpool at Anfield. The Reds dominated Arsenal early in the match but couldn't find the net until the end of the first half. Philippe Coutinho scored in the 45th minute to open the scoring. Arsenal responded almost immediately through Mathieu Debuchy. Olivier Giroud looked to have the winner through Santi Cazorla in the 64th minute until Skrtel crushed an Adam Lallana corner into the back of the net.
Dec 21 - 1:02 PM

Olivier Giroud scored his third goal in his past two matches to put Arsenal up 2-1 in the 64th minute but they couldn't hold on and had to settle for a 2-2 draw at Anfield.

Arsenal were up a man and a goal heading into the waning minutes of second half extra time. The Gunners answered Philippe Coutinho's first half opener with some head tennis that ended in Mathieu Debuchy scoring in first half stoppage time. In the 64th minute, Giroud was at his best deftly flicking a ball to Cazorla who reversed it to the France international who powered it through Brad Jones' legs for a 2-1 lead. Things looked up for the Gunners when Fabio Borini was sent off with a few minutes left in stoppage time but Liverpool continued to press Arsene Wenger's defensive substitutions and got a late equalizer for the final score.
Dec 21 - 1:07 PM

Jak Alnwick got through 89 minutes and change with a clean sheet still intact in the always volatile Tyne-Wear derby, but Sunderland's Costel Pantilimon was in fine form until the final whistle as Sunderland sneaked a 0-1 win at Newcastle.

Alnwick was one of two minimum priced keepers in the Yahoo game that managers were rolling with as their backup in a week where if you own the popular Thibault Courtois as well, the chance of Alnwick's score coming into play was a clear and present danger. What a difference a 90th minute can make though as his score would have been lifted by a clean sheet and is instead squashed by the loss. To say it won't get any easier next for the young Alnwick who is learning on-the-go -- a trip to Old Trafford. You may not want him for a backup there even if your regular keeper is fit as a fiddle.
Source: NBC Sports
Dec 21 - 11:02 AM

Sunderland won their fourth straight Tyne-Wear derby thanks to a goal in the 90th minute by Adam Johnson as the Black Cats spoil Newcastle's day at St. James', 0-1.

The match began as this fixture often does, with a yellow card issued within two minutes. Unlike most Tyne-Wear battles however, the game would end with eleven men per side, as the red card stayed in the ref's pocket. It also was shaping up as an aberration in that the game was goalless heading into the final minute before stoppage time. That was when substitute Will Buckley was able to pick out Johnson, who scored from six yards. The win is just the third of the season for the Black Cats, but they are getting by with drawing 10 and losing only 4.
Source: NBC Sports
Dec 21 - 10:40 AM

In a match without the availability of a pure striker, Manchester City were able to find their scoring shoes in the second half, as a David Silva brace would grab the headlines in their tidy 3-0 win over Crystal Palace.

Going into the locker room at the half 0-0, the storyline looked to be how ineffective City were without a true striker as the versatile James Milner filled the role in a false nine. They plenty of possession and eight shots, but none were on target at the break. The dominance of possession would eventually undo the Palace defense though, as Silva opened the scoring early into the 2nd half, scoring off a deflection after being fed by Pablo Zabaleta. It was Silva again, this time firing home from a Aleksandar Kolarov cross. Yaya Toure would wrap up the 2nd half onslaught with a signature powerful surge that gave him his fourth goal in his last six league matches. Its off to West Brom on Boxing Day for the Sky Blues, who are at least temporarily level on points at the top of the table now with Chelsea.
Source: NBC Sports
Dec 20 - 9:49 AM





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