Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

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Newspaper article The Evening Standard (London, England)

Your Club Today

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Next game Sunday Burnley (home, FA Cup) Arsenal Played 28, W 13, D 10, L 5 CARLING CUP starlet Jack Wilshere is set to feature in the FA Youth Cup quarter-final against Tottenham at White Hart Lane tonight. The 17-year-old was used as a second striker as the Gunners beat Sunderland 4-0 in the last round.

POINTS 49 Next game Saturday Coventry (away, FA Cup) Chelsea Played 28, W 17, D 7, L 4 SALOMON KALOU, who claimed he would like to play for Arsenal, now wants to stay at the Bridge.

The striker said: "I'm playing well and I don't see why I would be leaving. There are two years left on my contract and I'm happy at Chelsea." POINTS 58 Next game Saturday Man Utd (home, FA Cup) Fulham Played 27, W 8, D 10, L 9 PAUL KONCHESKY is relishing the fact Fulham are not in a relegation battle this season. The defender: "It's been a massive turnaround.

We're heading in the right direction and it's taken a big weight off everyone's shoulders." POINTS 34 Next game Saturday Sunderland (away) Tottenham Played 27, W 8, D 7, L 12 MICHAEL DAWSON knows Spurs have a fight on their hands to stay in the Premier League. He said: "The sooner we climb up that table, the better. There are some tough games to come, so home games are going to be important." POINTS 31 Next game Monday West Brom (Home) West Ham Played 28, W 11, D 6, L 11 JACK COLLISON could recover from a knee problem to face West Brom in 11 days' time. The midfielder was injured at Wigan last night and boss Gianfranco Zola said: "At first we thought it was really serious but he should be okay." POINTS 39 Next game Saturday Watford (home) Charlton Played 35, W 6, D 9, L 20 DANNY BUTTERFIELD will put local rivalries aside to help Charlton's relegation battle. The on-loan Crystal Palace defender said: "The decision was purely a football one. Phil Parkinson has given me a chance to play regularly." POINTS 27 Next game Saturday Preston (home) Crystal Palace Played 34, W 12, D 8, L 14 ALAN LEE blames injuries for a poor run which has left Palace just seven points clear of the drop zone. The striker said: "It frustrating as we were in a good position eight games ago. It's tough when you've got injuries and a small squad. …

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