West Bromwich Albion
It is unlikely to be the cheeriest of Sunday nights at the Emirates given both sides could be put out of their misery, whether in avoiding the drop or chasing the Europa League, by full time. Sam Allardyce will have West Brom fired up for one last go but Mikel Arteta must raise his troops after the disastrous aggregate defeat to Villarreal. Eddie Nketiah may be among the players who get a chance to convince their manager they still have a long-term future at Arsenal. Nick Ames Sunday 7pm BT Sport 1 Continue reading…
Sam Allardyce: “Ultimately, it can only be ourselves to blame that we got so close but yet so far. That’s what makes me pretty sad: we’ve come so far for what looks like in the end no reward. That is difficult to take and difficult to swallow”
cwick (Chadwick Matlin, deputy editor): Tony, Ryan, Grace — We’ve reassembled the day after two somewhat lopsided Champions League semifinal matches, and the finals are now set: It’ll be Chelsea vs. Manchester City in Istanbul on May 29. Two English clubs, two glitzy managers, only one match to prove they’re the best. There’s a lot […]
Sky Sports News reporter Rebecca Williams considers the Premier League’s options for rescheduling the postponed Manchester United-Liverpool match – and analyses the fall-out from Sunday’s events at Old Trafford.