Marcus Rashford is “touch and go” for Euro 2020 as he battles to recover from a stress fracture of the back, according to one leading medical professional.
Marcus Rashford is confident of returning to action for Manchester United before the end of the season.
Nick Pope is looking to establish himself as England’s number one goalkeeper, according to Burnley boss Sean Dyche.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has defended himself against accusations he put his own interests ahead of Marcus Rashford’s following the striker’s injury setback.
Wilfred Ndidi has been hailed as “a machine” by Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers who claims the midfielder’s astonishing recovery from knee surgery is due to “genetics”.
Motherwell manager Stephen Robinson believes the club are close to securing Christopher Long on a new contract.
Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers is confident Ben Chilwell and Hamza Choudhury have learned their lesson after missing a training session last week.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche has warned Manchester United there is no shortcut to sustained success, pointing out that Liverpool’s resurgence has taken place over several years.
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has insisted Marcus Rashford’s back injury is a fresh problem.
The Premier League marches on at pace with all 20 clubs involved in midweek fixtures.
Aston Villa are set to clinch an £8.
Preston boss Alex Neil warned “nobody has any divine right to beat anyone” as his side look to continue their play-off push at Barnsley on Tuesday night.
Nemanja Matic is convinced Manchester United produced enough in their defeat at Liverpool to provide a blueprint for the remainder of the season.
Nick Pope wants his Burnley team-mates to build on their come-from-behind win over Leicester as they look to climb further away from the relegation zone.
Jurgen Klopp insists he and his team will not get drawn in to the party which Liverpool fans are currently enjoying on their seemingly inevitable march towards a first title in 30 years.
Liverpool’s charge towards what would be a first league title in 30 years continued as a 2-0 victory over arch rivals Manchester United took them 16 points clear at the top of the table.
Sean Dyche praised the mentality of his Burnley players after they came from behind to beat Champions League-chasing Leicester 2-1 and haul themselves clear of the relegation zone.
Nick Pope saved a Jamie Vardy penalty before Ashley Westwood’s emphatic finish saw Burnley come from behind to beat Champions League-chasing Leicester 2-1 and earn three much-needed Premier League points.
Sean Dyche has received glowing encouragement from Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers in the face of mounting pressure on the Burnley manager.
Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope believes the club’s past experiences will help them turn their Premier League fortunes around.