Paul Merson believes Manchester United will have enough to see off Club Brugge.
A round up of news stories this morning about Arsenal.
Mario Balotelli did not make the bench once again for Liverpool, but was at Anfield last night.
Bastian Schweinsteiger has indicated Manchester United are taking their contest with Brugges very seriously.
Liverpool managed to make it two wins from two at the start of their Premier League campaign with a 1-0 win over Bournemouth.
Obiang says that picking up the pace after missing most of pre-season was the most important factor.
The former Liverpool defender has compared the Brazilian to the Chelsea maestro.
Tottenham may have signed Clinton N'Jie, but Mauricio Pochettino hinted at using other players up front last week.
Russell Slade says David Marshall is in the Cardiff squad to face Blackburn Rovers.
The former Lyon winger joined on Saturday in what was a much needed boost to the Spurs attack.
The fourth Test at Trent Bridge represents an opportunity for Alastair Cook to put an end to nearly two years of intense pressure.
The Rio mayor, Eduardo Paes, launched a feisty defence of Olympic preparations on Wednesday as the host city marked the one-year countdown to the 2016 Games with a presidential gala and a test rowing event.
Control over all schools admissions should be handed back to local education authorities as part of a reform process that would see the eventual phasing out of academies and free schools, Andy Burnham will announce.