Arsenal to host Liverpool in FA Cup third round
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Liverpool 'need miracles' with injured playersJurgen Klopp says Liverpool's injury list has not improved as Ryan Gravenberch is ruled out of the FA Cup tie against Southampton.
Sky is the limit for Bradley, says RobertsonAndy Robertson praises fellow Liverpool defender Conor Bradley after he impressed in the Carabao Cup final win over Chelsea.
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Former Arsenal footballer suffers 'acute brain illness' after collapsing at homeA Swedish international and former Arsenal footballer is being treated in hospital for an acute brain illness after collapsing at his home, his Danish club have..
Sweden midfielder Olsson on ventilator in hospitalSweden international and former Arsenal midfielder Kristoffer Olsson is on a ventilator in hospital after losing consciousness at his home on 20 February.
Arsenal footballer training XL bully to guard his propertyArsenal goalkeeper David Raya is being guarded by an XL bully dog after the homes of some footballers were targeted by criminals, it has been reported.
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Sunderland sack head coach Beale after 12 gamesSunderland sack head coach Michael Beale after just 12 games in charge, following back-to-back Championship defeats.
FA Cup Rewind: The goal that saved Ferguson at Man Utd?The last time Manchester United played Nottingham Forest in the FA Cup was in 1990, when a Mark Robins goal helped to ease mounting pressure on Alex Ferguson.
Coventry thrash Maidstone to progress to quarter-finalsCoventry City book their place in the FA Cup quarter-finals thanks to Ellis Simms' first-half hat-trick & a second-half double from Fabio Tavares in a 5-0 win..
Simms hat-trick sees Coventry end Maidstone's cup runClinical Ellis Simms scores a first-half hat-trick for Coventry to end Maidstone's hopes of landing another piece of FA Cup history.
Season can still be special - Howe targets FA CupPreview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's FA Cup game between Blackburn Rovers and Newcastle United.
'It's so exciting' - MOTD2 pundits break down title raceMatch of the Day 2 pundits Shay Given and Ashley Williams take a close look at the Premier League title race.
Frank 'unbelievably irritated' by Brentford performanceBrentford head coach Thomas Frank says he is "unbelievably irritated" by his side's performance in their 4-2 loss at West Ham in the Premier League.
West Ham still 'learning' to be top-half team - MoyesWest Ham manager David Moyes says his team are "still learning" to compete in the top half of the Premier League, after beating Brentford 4-2 at London Stadium.
Bowen hat-trick gives West Ham win over BrentfordJarrod Bowen scores his first senior hat-trick to ease the pressure on West Ham manager David Moyes as his side claim a much-needed Premier League win over..
Forest financial breach case to be heard next weekNottingham Forest's Premier League financial breach case will be heard on Thursday and Friday, 7 and 8 March.
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'We are living the dream' - Arsenal showing 'no fear'"Efficient" Arsenal are showing they have "no fear" as they maintain their momentum in the title race with a big win against Newcastle.
Incredible Gunners 'a joy to watch' - ArtetaArsenal manager Mikel Arteta says it was a "joy to watch" his side during their "incredible" 4-0 win against Newcastle United.
Arsenal thrash Newcastle to underline title credentialsArsenal underline their Premier League title credentials as they record their sixth consecutive win with a dominant display against Newcastle.
Premier League: Build-up to six games with Man Utd, Man City & Arsenal in actionListen to BBC Radio 5 Live commentary as Manchester United face Fulham and follow live text from three other games in the Premier League, followed by Bournemouth..
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