Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

London Calling; Keep Up with the Latest News on All Your Favourite Football Clubs. Every Day

Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

London Calling; Keep Up with the Latest News on All Your Favourite Football Clubs. Every Day

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Charlton v ARSENAL

The Valley, tomorrow, 3pm

IAIN DOWIE will not be relishing the visit of Arsenal. The last time Dowie squared up to Arsene Wenger, his Palace side were thumped 5-1.

VERDICT: MORE DOWIE HURT

BARNET v Milton Keynes Dons Underhill, tomorrow, 3pm ANDY HESSENTHALER is football's equivalent of Viagra: at 41, the potent midfielder still has no problem scoring. He could hit the spot again.

VERDICT: BEES DON FOR

BRENTFORD v Yeovil Town Griffin Park, tomorrow, 3pm TUESDAY'S hard-earned point at Millwall came at a price with onloan-Simon Cox suffering a fractured fibula.

Yeovil have poor record here.

VERDICT: BEES DIFFERENT CLASS

CHARLTON v Arsenal

The Valley, tomorrow, 3pm

FIVE defeats from six Premiership games have already placed Iain Dowie under pressure and he will not be relishing the visit of an improving Arsenal.

VERDICT: HOTSHOT GUNNERS

CHELSEA v Aston Villa

Stamford Bridge, tomorrow, 3pm

ARTIN O'NEILL has never forgiven Jose Mourinho for 'encouraging' Porto's gamesmanship in the 2003 UEFA Cup final against Celtic. Expect touchline antics.

VERDICT: JOSE'S SMILING

Hull City v CRYSTAL PALACE

KC Stadium, tomorrow, 3pm

OLD boys' reunion as Peter Taylor, Leon Cort and Stuart Green return to the club they called home until summer.

Taylor can expect a mixed reception.

VERDICT: POINTS FOR PALACE

Watford v FULHAM

Vicarage Road, Monday, 8pm Live on Sky Sports 1

COTTAGERS will need their tin helmets - expect more whinging from Chris Coleman if the Hornets produce the sting.

VERDICT: COLEMAN'S NOT SO HOT

GILLINGHAM v Cheltenham

Priestfield Stadium, tomorrow, 3pm

CHAIRMAN Paul Scally insists he'll never walk out on the club unless he is certain that a new owner could take the Gills forward.

VERDICT: HOME COMFORTS

Blackpool v LEYTON ORIENT

Bloomfield Road, tomorrow, 3pm

WATCHING Orient is like riding one of Blackpool's rollercoasters. Boss Martin Ling has called for his defence to be much tighter by the seaside.

VERDICT: ORIENT ARE BIG DIPPERS

Barnsley v LUTON

Oakwell, tomorrow, 3pm

MIKE NEWELL said: ''Playing away may change our fortunes. …

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