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Soccer - Cazorla injury blow for Gunners (Thursday, February 23, 2017)
Rugby Union - Joseph to miss Italy test (Thursday, February 23, 2017)
Soccer - EFL Cup final doubts for United duo (Thursday, February 23, 2017)
Golf - Ryder Cup is Pieters' priority (Wednesday, February 22, 2017)
Soccer - Guardiola: City need to score (Wednesday, February 22, 2017)
Rugby Union - McCall calm over Sarries slump (Wednesday, February 22, 2017)
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Soccer - Cazorla injury blow for Gunners

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Midfielder Santi Cazorla has handed Arsenal an injury blow after being ruled out for the rest of the season because of his ongoing ankle problem. The 32-year-old Spain international has not featured for the Gunners since limping out of their 6-0 Champions League win against Ludogorets in October.Cazorla, who has scored 29 goals in 180 appearances for Arsenal since joining from La Liga outfit Malaga in summer 2012 for 16.5 million, eventually had surgery on his ankle in December.It was hoped that he would be back in time for March to help boost the Gunners' bid for Premier League and Champions League success.However, it's been confirmed that he won't play again until next term, which also rules him out of Spain's World Cup qualification games against Israel next month and June's trip to Macedonia, as well as the friendly in France on 28th March.Arsenal are now 1/1 with bet365 to secure a Top 4 Premier League finish without Cazorla this season. Go Back to Top

Rugby Union - Joseph to miss Italy test

Thursday, February 23, 2017

England head coach Eddie Jones has left centre Jonathan Joseph out of his squad for Italy's visit to Twickenham in the Six Nations on Sunday. The 25-year-old has featured in all 15 Tests of Jones' undefeated start as Red Rose chief, but he has been allowed to return to Premiership side Bath ahead of this weekend's action.Joseph's absence will open the door for Elliot Daly to start at outside centre against the Azzurri, while Ben Te'o could also get the nod.Prop Mako Vunipola and wing Anthony Watson have both recovered from their recent injury issues and are poised to start on the bench as James Haskell is fully recovered from a foot problem and is set for a first start since last June following two replacement appearances in the wins against France and Wales respectively.There is also a big possibility that vice-captain Owen Farrell will switch from his usual inside centre role and play at fly-half this weekend as England are 1/1 with bet365 to defeat Italy with a -42.5 points handicap. Go Back to Top

Soccer - EFL Cup final doubts for United duo

Thursday, February 23, 2017

Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Michael Carrick are both expected to miss Sunday's EFL Cup final against Southampton after picking up injuries against St Etienne, boss Jose Mourinho has confirmed. Winger Mkhitaryan limped out of the Europa League last-32 second leg tie in France just nine minutes after scoring the only goal of the game in the 16th minute as United progressed through to the last-16 4-0 on aggregate.Carrick was also forced off with a calf problem just after the hour mark and Mourinho is not confident of either being able to line up against the Saints at Wembley this weekend.The Portuguese tactician said: "Honestly, I don't think Mkhitaryan is fit for the final. I think him and Michael are both out."I don't say they will definitely miss out, I just say what I feel. It's three days before the final. Even if it's a minor injury I think three days is no time."United are 2/5 with bet365 to win the EFL Cup, which will be their first major trophy in the Mourinho era. Go Back to Top

Golf - Ryder Cup is Pieters' priority

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Rising Belgian star Thomas Pieters is determined to do everything he can to ensure a second appearance at the Ryder Cup for Europe in 2018. Pieters excelled as a wildcard pick for Europe despite their crushing defeat to the United States at Hazeltine last year, claiming four points out of five for Europe as a rookie.And the 25-year-old has pledged he will focus first on his European Tour commitments to make sure of winning a place in the team captained by Thomas Bjorn that will try to win back the Ryder Cup in France.He told reporters: "My focus this year and next year, obviously with the Ryder Cup year, is in Europe."I told Thomas Bjorn that I'm not going to leave his tour and I'm dedicated to playing in Europe and being in that Ryder Cup team."Europe are 10/11 with bet365 to win the 2018 Ryder Cup match outright, with the United States 11/10. Go Back to Top

Soccer - Guardiola: City need to score

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Head coach Pep Guardiola believes that Manchester City will need to score again to progress past Monaco and reach the Champions League quarter-finals. The Citizens will take a two-goal lead into the second leg of their last-16 tie, having claimed a thrilling 5-3 victory at the Etihad Stadium on Tuesday evening.And Guardiola is wary of thinking that the job is nearly done, with Monaco currently top of the French league, having scored 76 goals in 26 games in Ligue 1.He told reporters: "We are going to fly to Monaco to score as many goals as possible. That is the target. It is impossible to progress if we don't score a goal."They play in that way too - they will attack more and more. We will have to defend better, but we will have our chances, I am pretty sure of that."City are 1/6 with bet365 to reach the Champions League quarter-finals and are 9/1 to go all the way and win the competition for the first time in their history. Go Back to Top

Rugby Union - McCall calm over Sarries slump

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Director of rugby Mark McCall has full faith that Saracens will emerge from a blip in form to ensure they finish the season successfully. The defending Aviva Premiership champions have lost two matches in succession for the first time since 2015, being beaten by both the Worcester Warriors and Gloucester.However, McCall remains confident that their fortunes will swing back the other way, pointing to injury absentees and Six Nations calls as reasons for the mini-slump."We know that seasons are long and occasionally it doesn't always go the way you want it to go and you hit the odd sticky patch," he said."That's happened every year I've been at the club and we've managed to work our way through those situations and I'm sure we will with this one too."We're still in a strong position in the league, we've got a lot of cavalry to come back and I'm sure we will be fine."Sarries are 1/1 with bet365 to retain their Grand Final title this season. Go Back to Top

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