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Weekend Live! (March 14-16)

Weekend Live! (March 14-16)

  • Here's the handball call that meant Chelsea's goal was disallowed.

    3/15/2014 6:12:41 PM
    Matic is getting hold of the midfield now, flicking a pass through for Torres, who opts to cut back inside rather than pull away from the defence. Bad decision as he's crowded out
    3/15/2014 6:15:02 PM
  • [sundaysupplement] Matt Lawton outlines how he thinks English football should develop young players following talk of St George's Park being used as a central training camp:
    I think we still  have to try and play to our strengths. But when we've changed managers over the last couple of years, I don't think there's been any kind of consistency. I think they need to change the way young players are being educated in England. Look at how teams do it in Europe, how Bayern Munich and teams like that do it.

    3/16/2014 10:09:34 AM
  • [spanishfootball] Watch as Cristiano Ronaldo's 25th league goal of the season saw Real Madrid move three points clear at the top of La Liga with a 1-0 win over Malaga last night:

    3/16/2014 10:12:56 AM
  • [sundaysupplement] Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood has been particularly outspoken this week, but Jason Burt thinks he needs to focus on the job:
    I'm fascinated by Tim Sherwood. Hes 45 years old and im not sure why it's taken him so long to go into management. He's straight in the Premir League at one of the biggest cubs and I think he's got to get on with it. If he was to move away from Tottenham, I think other clubs would avoid him because of the things he's been saying. He's almost been distancing himself from the situation.

    3/16/2014 10:18:08 AM
  • [manchesterunited] Wayne Rooney has dismissed suggestions that he has an input in Manchester United's transfer dealings and has praised the role David Moyes played in his decision to sign a new contract:
    I want to be clear about this: I have never asked the club for any input about transfers. Who we buy and sell is nothing to do with me. It never has been and it never will. David Moyes is the manager and decisions like that are for him to make. David Moyes' influence on me signing the new contract was absolutely massive.

    3/16/2014 10:20:30 AM
  • [sundaysupplement] Jason Burt discusses the future of former Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas following reports that he could be set to take charge at Russian side Zenit St Petersburg:
    I thought earlier this year he was going to the Bundesliga. I didn't think he'd takeover a team mid-season. I think they (Zenit) have definitely contacted him, I'm not sure whether he will take but I think there will be better jobs available at other points in his career.

    3/16/2014 10:23:55 AM
  • [sundaysupplement] That's all for this morning's installment of the Sunday Supplement. The guests sign off with their predictions for this afternoon's games. Jason Burt and Matt Lawton think it will be a score draw between Tottenham and Arsenal, while Antony Kastrinakis is going for a Gunners win. Burt and Lawton both think Liverpool will beat Manchester United, but Kastrinakis just wants to see some good refereeing!
    3/16/2014 10:28:35 AM
  • [goalsonsunday] Goals on Sunday is now underway on Sky Sports 1 and joining Ben Shephard and Chris Kamara in the studio is Chelsea hero Gianfranco Zola. They will be looking back at all of yesterday's Premier League action and we will bring you the best bits once again.
    3/16/2014 10:34:03 AM
  • [chriskamara] Chris Kamara was at Craven Cottage yesterday to watch Fulham's vital 1-0 win over Newcastle. He was full of praise for the goal-line technology which denied Fulham a goal from Johnny Heitinga's strike:
    Hawk-eye is worth its weight in goal. The whole of the ball has to be over the line and it wasn't. To me in the gantry and to everyone watching it looked to be over.

    3/16/2014 10:39:39 AM
  • [goalsonsunday] Remaining on the topic of technology in the game, Gianfranco Zola is not convinced by the possibility of using it elsewhere on the pitch:
    It might be the next step. We need to make sure that we preserved the ryhtmn of the game. I think in the future they might allow a manager to have two or three calls. But it would be endless and it would disrupt the flow of the game.

    3/16/2014 10:41:57 AM
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    3/16/2014 10:43:16 AM
  • [twitter] These will be the tunes played at Old Trafford in the build-up to the game against Liverpool...

    3/16/2014 10:46:26 AM
  • SHERWOOD PRE-MATCH [tottenham]
    We're bringing some fresh legs into the side, which is important. We've had a tough week and what better way to bounce back than in a derby? It's massive. No one knows more than me what it means to win this game - I'd give anything.
    3/16/2014 3:51:46 PM
  • 3/16/2014 3:53:25 PM
  • STAT ATTACK [stats]
    Let's sneak in these stats before the teams come out of the tunnel...
    • Tottenham have kept four clean sheets in their last five Premier League home games but shipped five against Man City in the other match.
    • Arsenal have kept only one clean sheet in their last seven Premier League away games and have won none of the last three (D1 L2).
    • Only Liverpool v Newcastle (126) has seen more goals than Arsenal v Tottenham (125) in Premier League history.
    • Emmanuel Adebayor has scored more goals than any other player in north London derby history (10 – eight for Arsenal and two for Spurs).
    • Arsenal have won none of the last five Premier League north London derbies at White Hart Lane (W0 D2 L3) with all three defeats by a 1-2 scoreline.
    • Per Mertesacker has scored in two of his last three Premier League games against Spurs.
    3/16/2014 3:55:46 PM

  • 3/16/2014 3:56:10 PM
  • YOUR VIEW [twitter]

    3/16/2014 3:58:14 PM
  • Tottenham line up like this...

    3/16/2014 3:58:42 PM
  • ...and here's a reminder of the Arsenal XI.

    3/16/2014 3:58:55 PM
  • TOTTENHAM 0-0 ARSENAL [kick-off]
    Ready to go again? Let's do it. 
    3/16/2014 4:00:36 PM
  • GOAL! TOTTENHAM 0-1 ARSENAL (Rosicky 2) [goal]
    Oh. My. Word. This is a sensational goal! Rosicky bursts down the right, plays the ball into Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and strikes the return ball into the top corner without breaking stride. An absolute humdinger.
    3/16/2014 4:01:54 PM
  • This does no justice at all to the wonder of that strike.

    3/16/2014 4:03:28 PM
  • "I'll never score a better goal, Olivier!"

    3/16/2014 4:03:36 PM
    [betting]Tottenham are out to 5/1 to win having conceded that early opener, while they’re 7/2 to salvage a draw. Arsenal are now 2/5 to see out the win having taken the initiative, with Rosicky 22/1 to score the second goal too. Bet in-play here.
    3/16/2014 4:06:40 PM

  • 3/16/2014 4:06:56 PM
    The Arsenal fans are in boisterous mood, as you'd expect. Ex-Gunner Emmanuel Adebayor has an early sniff when Kaboul helps on an Eriksen free-kick but play's halted when the referee spots a push. [tottenham]
    3/16/2014 4:11:15 PM
  • MERSON'S VERDICT [paulmerson]
    Arsenal were lucky. If they play like that until the end of the season they won't win the league. I thought they were average at best; scored an early goal, sat back on it and rode their luck. They're going to come up against better teams in the run-in and if they sit back like that , other teams will hurt them. The two centre-halves were outstanding but they'll need more than that.
    3/16/2014 6:12:11 PM
  • [betting]Here's Sky Bet's revised title odds following this weekend's results. Liverpool are now 3/1 third favourites but Arsenal look the best value at 14/1, considering they're on the same number of points and games played as Brendan Rodgers' men. Bet on the Premier League here.

    3/16/2014 6:16:10 PM
    While we're waiting to hear from the managers, why not have a listen to this interview with ex-Tottenham and Arsenal player Sol Campbell - and Danny Mills's reaction on Sky Sports News Radio to that now-infamous claim he should have been England captain:
    3/16/2014 6:17:10 PM
  • MESSI MILESTONE [barcelona]
    Still waiting for Messrs Wenger and Sherwood but it would be remiss not to mention this man tonight. He's set plenty of records already but Lionel Messi has now become Barcelona's all-time leading goalscorer with 371 after netting a hat-trick in a 7-0 thumping of Osasuna. Not a bad way to warm up for next week's El Clasico...
    3/16/2014 6:30:24 PM
  • ROSICKY REACTION [arsenal]
    We brought you Tomas Rosicky's post-match quotes a little earlier but now you can see for yourself how chuffed the Arsenal man was to have scored the goal - and what a goal! - that sunk rivals Tottenham:
    3/16/2014 6:37:32 PM
  • Right, time to hear from Tottenham boss Tim Sherwood.

    3/16/2014 6:44:31 PM
  • SHERWOOD REACTION [tottenham]
    I thought we were better than them. I thought we played well. We had some great chances, played on the front foot, defended together. It was a wonder strike - nothing we can do about it - but no one can say we deserved to lose that game. The result for Arsenal will paper over a lot of cracks - they were outplayed today. I'm disappointed but I can't fault the players on that performance. We'll just crack on now and try to win as many games as we can.
    3/16/2014 6:49:26 PM
  • These stats won't cheer Spurs fans heading home from White Hart Lane...

    3/16/2014 6:50:20 PM
  • Did Arsene Wenger think his side was outplayed?

    3/16/2014 6:50:46 PM
    [betting]With plenty of La Liga and Serie A action still ongoing on the continent, why not head over to Sky Bet for the latest in-play odds on tonight's football. Click here for updates.
    3/16/2014 7:21:33 PM
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