Making the trip to Brunton Park is a Cambridge United side who also have plenty of issues to address if they wish to climb the table. The visitors have been far from consistent and have failed to win in their last four away matches. It is not as if things are getting any easier either as they have conceded two goals or more in both of their last two away matches.
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Paper Round's view: Giroud has only started two Premier League matches this season for Chelsea - one back in August and the most recent coming in a 1-0 loss at home to West Ham in November when Tammy Abraham was injured. The World Cup winner will have to push for an exit in the January winter transfer window if he wants to keep his place as a starter in the France national team, especially ahead of this summer's European Championships.
The 18-year-old has now scored in each of her last three Barclays FA WSL games including a brace in the 3-1 win over Everton at the weekend as well as earning the penalty for captain Katie Zelem to convert. BLUES FINALLY UP AND RUNNING It may have taken a while but Birmingham look they like they may have finally got their season up and running having taken seven points from their last five games.
England end the SheBelieves Cup with two defeats – to USA and Spain – and an unconvincing victory over Japan sandwiched in between. Despite that, Neville was keen to stress the positives to take from the trip, with a number of younger members of the squad given game time across the three matches. Alessia Russo was given her debut in an England shirt, while Everton's predatory striker Chloe Kelly continued to impress on the international stage after coming on with 20 minutes remaining against Spain.
Top-flight European clubs stand to lose more than £3. Covid-19 even if the major domestic leagues and competitions reach their conclusion. The figure, across this season and next, was outlined in a meeting of stakeholders within the game last week. It is estimated if the competitions failed to reach their conclusions, the figure would rise to more than £6. The German Bundesliga resumed on 16 May while the Premier League is aiming to restart on 12 June.
Here’s Prince William to explain more: HEROES AND ZEROES Hero: Trent Alexander-Arnold Last night it was Andy Robertson adding to his tally of assists but speaking after the win over Sheffield United, it was Alexander-Arnold who revealed how much the two full-backs are spurring each other on, with no less than the reinvention of the full-back position being their aim.
It was Georginio Wijnaldum who got Liverpool on the board thanks to a fine header just before the break. FOLLOW EXTRA-TIME LIVE Atletico, who were repeatedly indebted to the magnificent Jan Oblak in goal, often failed to get out of their own half whether by design or not and failed to create many notable chances.
Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti will find out by Wednesday whether he will be punished for being sent off after Sunday's draw with Manchester United. The Football Association (FA) will assess the referee's report before deciding on any action, which could be a warning, a fine, or even a ban. The Italian approached Chris Kavanagh at full-time after Dominic Calvert-Lewin's late goal had been disallowed.
When taking all factors into account, Zalaegerszegi TE should have enough to find the back of the net against this Ferencvarosi TC lineup, although one goal might not be enough to give them the result. Winning margin for Ferencvarosi TC when the full-time whistle blows. Should be an interesting one. Scroll down to see all of the predictions, polls and statistics for. Ahead of this meeting, Ferencvárosi TC remains undefeated by Zalaegerszegi TE when they played them away from home in the last 2 league games. The score prediction for this match is under 2.5 goals... Hopefully this prediction can be useful for all of us.
The pair will now try to make Howe one of the best paid managers in the league to take over. Paper Round’s view: Howe has demonstrated an eye for young talent at Bournemouth and has worked on a limited budget to enjoy success on the south coast. He does seem to have reached a plateau with the club given the small ground, and a move up north with a more famous club is a logical step in his career - assuming he is able to overcome the problems at Everton.
Southend either play in very high scoring matches or very low scoring matches and this could be a low scoring one. They have seen a couple of recent matches where only 1 goal was scored, because of their high scoring matches they tend to defend well after a high scoring match. This could mean only the one goal will be scored in this match by the home team due the Southend team not scoring much recently and really having trouble getting the ball into the box at times. It looks good with the odds for this to be another low scoring one
But if it was always that easy for you to get out the best player of the opponent then there is something wrong with the game. If the player does nothing wrong but it’s still possible – wow! \"Everyone runs against his elbow or whatever – that should not happen. We expect a really ‘experienced’ performance from Atletico, let me say that.
Angers usually aren't scoring for fun but they have been particularly poor up front recently with just three goals scored in their last eight Ligue 1 matches. They will also need to be careful as they travel to Rennes as their away form has been pretty torrid this season. Les Scoïstes have won just one of their eight away games in all competitions this campaign with 18 goals leaked in this time, although it should be noted that six of these came in the first game of the season.
Relegated Norwich have completed the signing of midfielder Jacob Sorensen from Danish top-flight side Esbjerg. The 22-year-old Dane, who can also play as a centre-back, has agreed a three-year contract with the Canaries. Sorensen will officially become a Norwich player when the transfer window opens next Monday, with the move subject to international clearance. We're really happy. There was a lot of interest and many clubs were after him,\" Norwich boss Daniel Farke said.
Brighton's attacking threat was largely nullified by Chelsea's defence, although aside from the goals they produced the clearest chances - both thwarted by the brilliance of keeper Kepa Arrizabalaga. The Spaniard produced a one-handed stop to deny Aaron Connolly and then saved Neal Maupay's low drive with his feet. The point extends fourth-placed Chelsea's advantage over Manchester United in fifth to five points.
Posted at 75' Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Arsenal) wins a free kick on the right wing. Posted at 73' Corner, Wolverhampton Wanderers. Conceded by Granit Xhaka. Posted at 73' Jonny (Wolverhampton Wanderers) wins a free kick in the attacking half. Posted at 73' Foul by Cédric Soares (Arsenal). Posted at 72' Jonny (Wolverhampton Wanderers) wins a free kick in the attacking half. Cristiano Ronaldo finally scored a free-kick for Juventus - from his 43rd attempt - as he became the first player to score 25 Serie A goals in a season for the club since 1961.
GMT unless stated): Saturday, Dec. Everton v Chelsea (1230) *Nine out of Everton's 10 wins in 54 Premier League meetings with Chelsea have come at home, including a 2-0 win in March. Everton have kept a clean sheet in their last three league matches against Chelsea, who are looking for their first win at Goodison Park since 2017.
I'll tell you, honestly,\" he raged, \"I will love it if we beat them, love it!\" Newcastle were set to play Nottingham Forest in three days' time, where a win would take them level with Manchester United at the top of the Premier League table heading into the final day of the season. When questioned after the Leeds win about United manager Alex Ferguson's suggestion that, with the two sides set to meet post-season for Stuart Pearce's testimonial, Forest would be less than fully committed in their league meeting, Keegan bristled.
The Cherries had initially opted to use the British government's Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme to temporarily help pay staff during the stoppage. These measures were not taken lightly, given the operational pressures placed on clubs in such uncertain times,\" the club's board of directors said in a statement on Monday.