March 7 2014 Latest news:
Injured Jack Wilshere will not return until Arsenal’s final two games of the season with manager Arsene Wenger admitting it will be eight weeks rather than six before the midfielder is match ready.
Tottenham midfielder Christian Eriksen admitted he is enjoying a new lease of life under head coach Tim Sherwood, ever since the departure of Andre Villas-Boas earlier this season.
Arsenal have been left to count the true cost of heading into the defining period of their season without injured England midfielder Jack Wilshere.
England manager Roy Hodgson insists that he is yet to make a decision about whether to take Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard and Michael Carrick to the World Cup.
Fulham winger Damien Duff has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a knee injury.
Notts County may be bottom of League One following last weekend’s 6-0 thrashing by Rotherham - but Leyton Orient will not be taking them lightly.
Back when the Andy Flower regime could do no wrong, it delivered England’s first and only global trophy.
Cardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has warned Saturday’s opponents Fulham that his team will settle for nothing but a win.
Under-fire Tottenham striker Roberto Soldado can kick on after ending his goal drought, according to the man third in the club’s all-time list of goalscorers, Martin Chivers.
Derby boss Steve McClaren has warned his players they can take nothing for granted as they attempt to make up lost ground on the Sky Bet Championship pace-setters.
Striker Kostas Mitroglou could feature for Fulham in Saturday’s bottom of the Premier League clash at Cardiff despite concerns over his hamstrings and match fitness.
Our Fulham columnist believes that the Greek striker must start for the Whites, even with a hamstring complaint, against the Bluebirds in a relegation six-pointer
League One preview: Brentford v Bradford (Griffin Park, March 8, 3pm)
Championship preview: Derby v Millwall (iPro Stadium, March 8, 3pm)
The fifth edition of the World Twenty20 will begin in Bangladesh later this month. There have been four different winners so far, and while the tournament is only seven years old, the shortest format has produced plenty of memorable moments.
Arsenal midfielders Aaron Ramsey (thigh) and deadline-day loan signing Kim Kallstrom (back) are stepping up their rehabilitation but won’t be available for tomorrow’s FA Cup quarter final against Everton.
QPR chairman Tony Fernandes has promised that the club’s owners are committed to staying at the Championship outfit for the long term despite announcing the biggest losses by any English club last season.
Goalkeeper Joel Robles is set to continue his FA Cup run in the side by replacing Tim Howard for the quarter-final tie at Arsenal.