Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

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Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

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Arsenal GERMANY coach Joachim Low insists Jens Lehmann is still his No1goalkeeper, despite his lack of first-team action with Arsenal. Low, who pickedLehmann against Switzerland last week, said: "He has a good physical conditionand he is quick and confident." Next game Tomorrow Liverpool (home, Champs Lge)

Chelsea CLAUDIO PIZARRO scored and Steve Sidwell was able to get minutes underhis belt in a - win for the reserves over West Ham last night. BranislavIvanovic also made his competitive debut for the Blues after joining in Januaryfrom Lokomotiv Moscow.

Next game Tomorrow Fenerbahce (away, Champs Lge)

Fulham DIOMANSY KAMARA is already looking towards Saturday's match withSunderland as Fulham aim to reduce the gap on their relegation rivals. Thestriker said: "They are very strong. With six games left we need to win at homeand then beat Reading." Next game Saturday Sunderland (home)

Tottenham DARREN BENT claims a tally of 1 goals would represent a good firstseason for him at White Hart Lane. The striker netted his eighth for the clubin the - 1 defeat by Newcastle. Bent said: "I'd be happy with double figures,considering I have missed a lot of games through injury." Next game SaturdayBlackburn (away)

West Ham FORWARD Henri Camara did little to stake his claim for a first- teamreturn in the reserves' - defeat against Chelsea last night. Goalkeeper JimmyWalker was the Hammers' second string best performer at Brentford's GriffinPark. Next game April Portsmouth (home)

Charlton LEROY LITA has vowed to get the goals to fire Charlton back into theplay- off places. The striker, who is on loan from Reading, scored his firstfor the club in the - defeat by Wolves on Saturday. Lita said: "I alwaysbelieve I can score and when I get chances I'll put them away." Next gameSaturday Plymouth (away)

Crystal Palace SCOTT FLINDERS will quit Palace in the summer after being toldhe does not feature in Neil Warnock's first-team plans. The goalkeeper, who ison loan at Blackpool, has hardly featured since signing from Barnsley twoseasons ago. Next game Monday Stoke (away)

QPR GARETH AINSWORTH has urged his team- mates not to let their season fizzleout. …

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