Hughes fielded a weakened side for the defeat to Chelsea on Saturday but is expected to bring Xherdan Shaqiri, Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting and Joe Allen back into his starting line-up.
Kurt Zouma, ineligible to face Chelsea, could also return along with Eric Pieters but Ryan Shawcross (calf), Glen Johnson (knee) and Bruno Martins Indi
Angry Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes the referee did not see the incident which saw a controversial penalty deny his side victory at West Brom. The Gunners were on course for all three points after Alexis Sanchez’s deflected free-kick put them ahead with seven minutes remaining but they were made to settle for just one
The Gunners were superior in the first half at Selhurst Park and took the lead in the 25th minute when centre-back Shkodran Mustafi tucked home from close range after Alexandre Lacazette’s initial shot was saved.
Palace responded after the break and managed to get an equaliser in the 49th minute when England international Andros
Arsenal marked Arsene Wenger’s record-equalling match as a Premier League manager by winning 3-2 at Crystal Palace. At a time when there are still doubts about Wenger’s abilities despite his remarkable longevity – in overseeing his 810th Premier League fixture the Frenchman equalled the record of Sir Alex Ferguson – his team displayed so many
Oxford is a graduate of West Ham’s academy but has been restricted to just 14 first-team appearances since making his senior debut in 2015.
The 19-year-old spent the second half of last season on loan with Reading and was shipped out on loan again this term to Borussia Monchengladbach.
The versatile defender was
Allardyce is yet to lose a match since he replaced interim coach David Unsworth at the end of November.
That run has seen the Toffees climb up to ninth in the Premier League table and Bolasie believes Allardyce’s organisation skills have paid dividends.
Bolasie returned to the first team on Boxing Day after
“Former Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal men feature in the 20 most iconic Premier League moments ever”
Since its inception in 1992, the Premier League has provided us with some truly unforgettable moments – both on and off the pitch. There have been plenty of bitter feuds, dramatic title-chases,
The visitors, who sacked Paul Clement last week, looked rudderless on the pitch and the fact they were only one goal down at half-time owed more to Liverpool’s lacklustre performance than any tactical game-plan.
What was telling, however, was the hosts did not have to work that hard to score four times – including
After stuffing ourselves silly on Christmas Day we got a bumper serving of Premier League football on Boxing Day. Across eight fixtures we saw plenty of goals as Harry Kane broke the record for most Premier League goals in a calendar year, while Burnley continued their tremendous form by holding Manchester United to a 2-2
Driving rain contributed to an exhilarating encounter with both teams focused on attacking at every opportunity.
The Hammers got off to the perfect start when, after only seven minutes, James Collins headed Aaron Cresswell’s corner home at the near post.
When Bournemouth responded Callum Wilson’s low cross found Josh King who contrived to