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  1. Sergio Ramos ready for battle
    After having his nose broken during the Madrid derby last weekend, Sergio Ramos is set to play this weekend ... in a funky protective mask.
  2. PSG hit back at Cantona after 'small club' jibe
    Paris Saint-Germain used Eric Cantona's own words against him in response to the former Marseille player cheekily calling them "a small club."
  3. Transfer Rater: Courtois to Juventus
    Thibaut Courtois to Juventus and Marouane Fellaini to Paris Saint-Germain are two of today's transfer rumours, courtesy of Football Whispers.
  4. Arsenal's 1989 title win immortalised as a comic
    Arsenal's dramatic 1989 First Division championship win over Liverpool at Anfield has been immortalised in comic-book form by artist Steve Gulbis.
  5. Hazard addresses links to Real Madrid
    Eden Hazard has added to speculation he could leave Chelsea to join Real Madrid by re-stating an "admiration" for the European champions.
  6. Cantona loves Mou, wants 'more fancy' Utd
    Manager Jose Mourinho has faced some criticism for his approach to games against top-six rivals.
  7. Vote: Weekend Premier League Predictions
    Liverpool vs. Chelsea is the weekend's big match in the Premier League. Predict that and the rest of the games in our match polls.
  8. Trending: Barca confident of Messi stay
    Denis Suarez insists there is no panic among the Barcelona players as the wait goes on for Lionel Messi to sign his new contract with the club.
  9. Hazard: Chelsea didn't give Salah a chance
    Eden Hazard has claimed that Mohamed Salah was never given a chance to prove himself at Chelsea.
  10. W2W4: Chelsea face difficult task
    Chelsea will try to slow a familiar face -- Mohamed Salah, top scorer in the Premier League -- while Manchester City look to remain undefeated.