Liverpool vs West Ham Both Liverpool and West Ham should be fully recharged by the time they meet at Anfield this weekend. After more than a week off, the Reds host the Hammers this Saturday in the Premier League. When the sides met earlier in the season at the London Stadium, Liverpool ran out 4-1 victors. Mohamed Salah scored twice on that occasion. Liverpool should come into the game full of confidence after a 5-0 Champions League win over Porto. However there’s also been good news for West Ham regarding Manuel Lanzini. Manuel Lanzini back for Anfield Everything seems certain that West Ham playmaker Lanzini will be in the Hammers XI for the Liverpool game. Lanzini has posted a not-so-cryptic update on social media revealing he’s ready for the the weekend’s fixture. Manuel La
Lazio have confirmed Netherlands centre-back Stefan de Vrij is set to leave the club on a free transfer in July, […]
Staying The rumours surrounding a possible move to Real Madrid have never gone away for Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea, and as he shows more and more of his talent, they seem to come back with a vengeance. However, in a big boost for Manchester United, the player has come out and made it clear he is happy – and does not wish to leave the club he has been at for seven years – and that being a key member of the dressing room is important to him – something Jose Mourinho may take into account when naming his next captain once Michael Carrick retires come the summer. He spoke with the Daily Star Sunday, saying: “I don’t think it’s ever good to discuss the future or what may happen. “Only the present, feeling well, playing well and helping United is important.” R
Injury boost Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has been handed a pretty decent injury boost this week in relation to one of their star men. That star man comes in the form of forward Gabriel Jesus who suffered a pretty significant injury at the back end of 2017. Thankfully for Manchester City, they have players such as Sergio Aguero who are ample enough stand-ins. The Argentine has recaptured some of the form he did before the arrival of Gabriel Jesus of late and is thriving once again. Though, it’s no secret that should Aguero suffer an injury, the club would be without a decent enough option up front. Safe to say, that means that the club would be very happy to see the Brazilian return to the club in the next couple of weeks. Thankfully for them, that looks to be the case as Pep G
Jose Mourinho has confirmed that Eric Bailly has fully recovered from ankle ligament damage and will be available for selection against Huddersfield Town. The Ivorian hasn’t featured since November having suffered ankle ligament damage against Chelsea and undergoing surgery in December. Reports claimed that Bailly would return to first team training on Friday and possibly be in contention to face Sevilla next week. But Mourinho has handed supporters a pleasant surprise following a difficult week by revealing that the 23-year-old had managed to recover in time for the FA Cup clash with David Wagner’s men. Jose Mourinho has told #MUTV that Eric Bailly is fit and ready for Saturday's @EmiratesFACup tie with Huddersfield, but Ander Herrera and Marcus Rashford are ruled ...
Aston Villa tipped to secure 9/1 promotion boost at Fulham, but 12/5 wager looks better - originally posted on Sportslens.com David Prutton has tipped Aston Villa to continue their excellent run of form with a victory at Fulham on Saturday. Seven wins in a row has taken Villa up to second in the Championship, 12 points behind Wolverhampton Wanderers with 15 games to play. Fulham are currently fifth in the table, seven points behind Villa having gone nine league games without defeat, but the Sky Sports pundit believes the Midlands side will nick a 1-0 win this weekend (9/1 with Sky Bet). “This should be a great battle between two of the form teams in the Sky Bet Championship right now, and arguably Aston Villa’s biggest test for quite a while,” he said. “Steve Bruce...
Will Hughes is fit again! Good news Watford fans. Midfielder Will Hughes has taken to social media to confirm he’s healthy again. The blonde-haired Hughes celebrated his good news on social media: After 10 weeks out it feels good to finally be back training! After 10 weeks out it feels good to finally be back training! Laaaaavly 😅 — Will Hughes (@wjhughes19) February 14, 2018 22-year-old Hughes has only featured in five Premier League games this season. However the former Derby County star impressed in those games scoring twice and chipping in with an assist. Hughes, who cost Watford 4.5 million pounds last summer, has been sidelined with a hamstring injury picked up in November against Manchester United. Injured life ain’t the one 😓 soon be back enjoyin
Manchester United’s Eric Bailly is set to return to action according to reports- news that’ll surely delight fans and Jose Mourinho. Supporters have been incredibly frustrated by losses to Newcastle and Tottenham and have blamed Chris Smalling and Phil Jones for the results. Smalling conceded a free-kick to the Magpies by diving which allowed them to score the only goal of the hotly contested match. Jones meanwhile scored an own goal vs Spurs in what was considered to be a must win match if United wished to remain in the Champions League spots. Bailly will certainly be keen to return and put behind him a spell of unfortunate niggles and knocks as he aims to consolidate his place as the club’s best centre-back. According to 101 Great Goals, Spanish journalist Jose Alvarez...
Chelsea and Liverpool interested in RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner. Werner rejects RB Leipzig contract extension. READ MORE: Chelsea plot double-swoop on European heavyweight. Chelsea have reportedly received a boost in their reported pursuit of RB Leipzig forward Timo Werner. Werner made a name for himself in the Bundesliga during his time with VfB Stuttgart. However, […]
Clean energy advocates have their eyes on three states — Michigan, Nevada, and Arizona — where they hope to strengthen renewable energy policies by getting voters to pass citizen-led ballot initiatives. As with previous battles at the ballot box over clean energy, the campaigners are expecting electric utilities and Koch-funded groups to fight against these attempts to give wind and solar energy a greater foothold in a state’s energy portfolio. Despite the millions of dollars that industry groups will spend to defeat these measures, their supporters contend voters will be inclined to support greater use of renewables because of the dramatic decline in their cost. In parts of the western United States, building new wind, solar, and energy storage facilities has become chea