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 Saturday Man City (home) Arsenal Played 30, W 15, D 10, L 5 Abou Diaby will be assessed by the club's medical staff today after he returned early from France duty with a hip problem. The midfielder could be a doubt for Saturday's clash with Manchester City.

POINTS 55 Next game Saturday Newcastle (away) Chelsea Played 30, W 18, D 7, L 5 Jose Bosingwa is waiting for the results of a scan on the leg injury he suffered playing for Portugal last Saturday. The right-back could miss Saturday's game at Newcastle and the Champions League clash at Liverpool four days later.

POINTS 61 Next game Saturday Liverpool (home) Fulham Played 30, W 10, D 10, L 10 Club scouts are expected to watch Slovenia's Zlatko Dedic tonight against Northern Ireland. The striker, 24, plays for second division Italian side Frosinone, where his impressive performances have earned him international recognition.

POINTS 40 Next game Saturday Blackburn (away) Tottenham Played 30, W 10, D 8, L 12 Kevin-Prince Boateng wants to quit Spurs and join Borussia Dortmund on a permanent transfer.

The 22-year-old has been on loan at the German club since January. He said: "I want to win a new contract at Borussia." POINTS 38 Next game Saturday Sunderland (home) West Ham Played 30, W 11, D 8, L 11 Carlton Cole's season could be over as a result of the injury he suffered in England's friendly against Slovakia on Saturday. The striker was having scans today but West Ham fear that Cole has ruptured a groin muscle.

POINTS 41 Next game Saturday Southampton (away) Charlton Played 39, W 6, D 11, L 22 Josh Wright is relieved after joining Gillingham on loan. The midfielder said: "Gillingham are playing for something and could get promotion.

It looks like Charlton are going down, although I hope they turn it around." POINTS 29 Next game Saturday QPR (away) Crystal Palace Played 39, W 14, D 9, L 16 James Scowcroft has turned down a loan move to Southampton. The Eagles had been desperate to off-load the striker as they seek to cut their wage bill but Scowcroft told boss Neil Warnock he preferred to stay at Selhurst Park.

POINTS 51 Next game Saturday Crystal Palace (home) QPR Played 40, W 14, D 14, L 12 Martin Rowlands is targeting a pre-season return to action following knee surgery. …

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