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 Fulham (home) Arsenal Played 26, W 12, D 9 L 5 GUNNERS youngster James Dunne, 19, is on trial at Charlton but boss Phil Parkinson is unlikely to do a deal soon. The player has had a run-out with the reserves but Parkinson said: "We're just going to have a look at him." POINTS 45 Next game Saturday Wigan (home) Chelsea Played 26, W 15, D 7 L 4 FORMER Blue Pat Nevin believes Saturday's clash with Wigan will give supporters an insight to what can be expected from Guus Hiddink.

He said: "The problem has been with the home League form much more than the away form." POINTS 52 Next game Saturday Arsenal (away) Fulham Played 25, W 8, D 9 L 8 ROY HODGSON admitted even he was surprised by the fitness of his side in Tuesday's win over Swansea. The boss said: "We showed incredible energy just one day after playing a tough Premier League match against West Brom." POINTS 33 Next game Tonight Shakhtar Donetsk (UEFA Cup, home) Tottenham Played 26, W 7, D 7 L 12 ADEL TAARABT scored all of Spurs' goals in the 3-1 reserve team victory over West Ham. The Moroccan cancelled out Anthony Edgar's opener before winning the game late on with another fine strike and penalty.

POINTS 28 Next game Sunday Manchester City (home) West Ham Played 26, W 9, D 6 L 11 GIANFRANCO ZOLA admits West Ham are struggling to cope without Dean Ashton, who is out for the season with an ankle injury. "He is a player whose qualities would be perfect for this team," said the manager.

POINTS 33 Next game Saturday Swansea (away) Charlton Played 33, W 6, D 8 L 19 JONJO SHELVEY has been urged to learn his trade with Charlton. The midfielder, 16, is being tipped for a move to a top-flight side but boss Phil Parkinson said: "He doesn't want to go to a club where he is further away from the first team." POINTS 26 Next game Saturday Watford (away) Crystal Palace Played 32, W 12, D 8 L 12 THE club will review ticket pricing after their lowest League crowd of the season for Tuesday's match with Birmingham. Less than 13,000 turned up at Palace, whose average attendance this term is the sixth-worst in the Championship. …

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