Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

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Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

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Next game Saturday Sunderland (home) Arsenal Played 25, W 12, D 8, L 5 MARTIN TAYLOR is relieved at Eduardo's goalscoring comeback after breaking the striker's leg a year ago. He said: "It's a relief to see him back playing." Eduardo said today that Taylor had still not phoned him to apologise.

POINTS 44 Next game Saturday Aston Villa (away) Chelsea Played 25, W 14, D 7, L 4 JOHN TERRY today admitted Chelsea's stars are battling for their first-team places under new manager Guus Hiddink. Terry said: "There are new styles, new methods and training has been sharp. Everyone is fighting for their places." POINTS 49 Next game Tonight Man United (away) Fulham Played 23, W 7, D 9, L 7 ROY HODGSON says Paul Konchesky and Andy Johnson, who have had back problems, need resting. "They have been playing but the more the games pile up, there is more risk of one of the injuries becoming serious," said the boss.

POINTS 30 Next game Tomorrow Shakhtar Donetsk (UEFA Cup, away) Tottenham Played 25, W 6, D 7, L 12 DEAN PARRETT, 17, is poised to make a surprise debut against Shakhtar. Luka Modric, who has a slight knock, did not make the trip to the Ukraine along with Claudio Cudicini, Jonathan Woodgate and Wilson Palacios.

POINTS 25 Next game Saturday Bolton (away) West Ham Played 25, W 9, D 6, L 10 DEFENDER Herita Ilunga says the players are not thinking about the FA Cup fifth-round replay at Middlesbrough a week today. "We are looking forward to playing Bolton on Saturday and only then will we start to look to the replay," he said.

POINTS 33 Next game Saturday Barnsley (away) Charlton Played 32, W 6, D 7, L 19 DEFENDER Jack Clark, 17, and midfielder Alexander Stavrinou, 18, have been given professional contracts. Clark was in the squad for last month's match at Sheffield United. Six second-year scholars are being released.

POINTS 25 Next game Saturday Sheff Wed (away) Crystal PalacePlayed 30, W 11, D 7, L 11 BOSS Neil Warnock is willing to let Simon Thomas stay at Rotherham until the end of the season. The former non-League striker has failed to establish himself at Selhurst Park and has initially moved on loan for a month. …

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