December 13 2013 Latest news:
Jose Mourinho believes it is not possible to compare Chelsea’s much-maligned strikers with Manchester City’s Sergio Aguero and Luis Suarez of Liverpool.
West Ham midfielder Matthew Taylor believes focus needs to remain on the club’s current plight and has urged his team-mates not to be distracted by outside influences.
Danny Rose is thrilled to be back in action after his lengthy injury lay-off – but he is not expecting to be in the line-up against Liverpool this weekend.
England bowling coach David Saker admitted the attack that let Australia off the hook on day one in Perth may have been the wrong combination.
Arsene Wenger has denied that Arsenal are set to launch a transfer bid for Hamburg teenager Hakan Calhanoglu when the window opens in January.
QPR have announced plans to move into a new 40,000-capacity stadium as part of an ambitious project to be constructed at Old Oak in west London.
Anthony Ogogo will fight at the ExCeL London on Saturday night for the first time since winning a middleweight bronze medal at the London 2012 Olympics.
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has praised Crystal Palace as he prepares to welcome Tony Pulis’ side to Stamford Bridge on Saturday afternoon.
Martin Murray has big plans for 2014 but knows he must first get past Belarusian Sergey Khomitsky at the ExCeL London on Saturday night, live on Sky Sports.
Lee Purdy has vowed to show he has become a different fighter since losing to Devon Alexander when he challenges Italian Leonard Bundu for the European Welterweight title the ExCeL London on Saturday night, live on Sky Sports.
Tottenham have expressed their disappointment at a reduced allocation for the FA Cup third-round tie at Arsenal on January 4.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers is confident his side have the right mentality to beat their Champions League-chasing rivals.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho maintains Manchester United are still genuine Premier League title contenders, but believes the festive programme could whittle down the opposition for the trophy.
Manager Arsene Wenger is confident Arsenal’s “stronger resources” will allow them to flex more financial muscle in the transfer market but insists there is no envy over Manchester City’s expensively assembled squad.
Captain Steven Gerrard has been ruled out for up to six weeks with a hamstring strain and will miss Sunday’s match at Tottenham.
Kevin Mitchell wants to do a demolition job on Karim El Ouazghari but says the late change of opponent doesn’t mean he will have an easier fight when he defends his IBF Inter-Continental Lightweight title at the ExCeL London on Saturday night.
Jose Mouinho has laughed off suggestions that Chelsea could make another move for Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney in January – and insists they are unlikely to be active in the winter window.
Arsene Wenger believes Mathieu Flamini has been a key figure behind Arsenal’s impressive defensive record this season.
Rene Meulensteen wants his team to cash in on their improved form by inflicting a first home Premier League defeat on Everton.
Manchester City are still without central defender Matija Nastasic (calf) as Arsenal visit the Etihad Stadium in the Barclays Premier League on Saturday.
Joel Ward insists Crystal Palace will have no fear of Chelsea when they go to Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
Manager Tony Pulis believes it is Crystal Palace’s performances at home which will determine their Barclays Premier League fate and not games such as Saturday’s trip to title challengers Chelsea.
Manager Arsene Wenger has warned his Arsenal players they cannot use a hectic schedule as an excuse if they falter at Manchester City on Saturday.