The Blues desperately need a win to keep their play-off hopes alive.
The Liverpool boss insists he is not concerned with the striker's unhappiness at being taken off against Tottenham Hotspur.
The Gunners are focused on winning every one of their remaining games as they look to usurp leaders - Leicester City, at the top of the Premier League.
Aston Villa were beaten 4-0 in Eric Black's first match in charge.
The Whites boss says supporters have every right to be unhappy.
Morgan Stanley cut Colm Kelleher’s pay 4.7% to $15.3m for 2015, the year before he was promoted to president.
JPMorgan private bankers who oversaw $1.2bn are striking out on their own, helped by a Silicon Valley startup with links to secretive big-data firm Palantir Technologies.
The under-pressure Toffees boss thought his side controlled the first half of their latest Premier League defeat.
Sunderland are currently four points adrift of safety in the Premier League standings.
John Collins says that Celtic want to play entertaining football.
Jordan Ayew was the hero for Aston Villa on Tuesday.
Mauricio Pochettino claims it's 'impossible' for Harry Kane to play against Bournemouth.
Rangers boss Mark Warburton must be annoyed he failed to bring the Australian international to Ibrox in the summer.
Newcastle United striker Dwight Gayle has scored 11 goals in 11 matches.
Bruce has taken four points from his first two matches as Aston Villa manager.
Tottenham Hotspur are currently one point behind Arsenal in the Premier League table.
The Welsh international is the type of player Leeds need.
Reaping the rewards of a sound strategy.
Manchester United failed to win against Liverpool in the Premier League on Monday.
Tottenham Hotspur's Dutch striker had his heart set on a move to Spurs.
Does Apple have another 40 years ahead of it, now that it has 40 behind it? As the world’s most valuable public company hit its anniversary last week, it’s the obvious question, in a world where the pace of technological change, enabled by globalisation and the internet, is faster than ever.
Nico Rosberg made it five straight wins in Formula One when he took the fluttering flag in Sunday’s Bahrain Grand Prix. He may ponder, with a winsome smile, that he is unbeaten in six months, since Lewis Hamilton won in Austin in October to take his third world championship.