08/02/2022 Football

Premier League

08/02/2022 Football – There are plenty of games played today. There are three games in the Premier League and five in the Championship.

08/02/2022 Football - Premier League - Newcastle United v Everton
Newcastle United v Everton
08/02/2022 Football - Premier League - Newcastle United v Everton

08/02/2022 Football - Premier League - Newcastle United v Everton
08/02/2022 Football - Premier League - Newcastle United v Everton
Newcastle United v Everton

08/02/2022 Football – Premier League – Newcastle United v Everton

  • Isaac Hayden, Ciaran Clark and Jamal Lewis have all been left out of Newcastle’s 25-man squad for the rest of the season to accommodate their new signings.
  • Marquee signing Bruno Guimaraes returned late from international duty with Brazil but should have enough time to train with his new team-mates to make a full debut here.
  • Federico Fernandez is nearing a return but Matt Ritchie is still out with a knee injury. Joelinton is available and Paul Dummett should make the matchday squad.
  • Newcastle signed defensive duo Dan Burn and Matt Targett late into the January transfer window and both should make debuts here. The former has a toe injury.
  • January arrival Chris Wood will continue to lead the line with Callum Wilson now not expected back until the last few games of the season.
  • Deadline day arrivals Dele Alli and Donny van de Beek were cup-tied for Everton’s 4-1 win over Brentford on Saturday but are available for debuts here.
  • Frank Lampard used a 3-4-3 formation in his first game in charge of Everton but that doesn’t really suit Alli or Van de Beek.
  • It will be interesting to see how Lampard uses both of his new signings as in an ideal world they would like to play in the same position and role.
  • Ben Godfrey is out for up to five weeks with a hamstring injury suffered 14 minutes into their FA Cup win over Brentford.
  • Dominic Calvert-Lewin missed the win with a knee injury but is in the squad for this game and will lead the line if fit.

Newcastle United-Everton – Premier League 2021/2022 Statistical Preview (whoscored.com)

08/02/2022 Football - Premier League - West Ham United v Watford
West Ham United v Watford
08/02/2022 Football - Premier League - West Ham United v Watford

08/02/2022 Football - Premier League - West Ham United v Watford
08/02/2022 Football - Premier League - West Ham United v Watford
West Ham United v Watford

08/02/2022 Football – Premier League – West Ham United v Watford

  • Michail Antonio wasn’t risked in the FA Cup on Saturday after his late return from international duty with Jamaica but he will return to lead the line here.
  • David Moyes has revealed Arthur Masuaku needs to see a specialist over a knee injury and Manuel Lanzini is nursing an Achilles injury. Both are ruled out here.
  • Kurt Zouma had to play the remainder of their FA Cup tie with Kidderminster injured after Moyes had already used all of West Ham’s substitutes and he is a big doubt here.
  • West Ham’s fringe players really failed to stake a claim for regular playing time with players like Issa Diop and Andriy Yarmolenko really failing to impress.
  • Diop may actually get a reprieve here as Angelo Ogbonna is out for the season and there is a chance Zouma misses out as well.
  • Alphonse Areola is on standby to continue in goal as Lukasz Fabianski didn’t even make the matchday squad on Saturday having also missed out the one before the break too.
  • Emmanuel Dennis returns from suspension for Roy Hodgson in his second game in charge of Watford.
  • Ismaila Sarr will be back from international duty with Senegal but this game will likely come too soon for him to be involved.
  • Imran Louza, Adam Masina and William Troost-Ekong were all back on the bench on Saturday after their AFCON involvement.

West Ham-Watford – Premier League 2021/2022 Statistical Preview (whoscored.com)

08/02/2022 Football - Premier League - Burnley v Manchester United
Burnley v Manchester United
08/02/2022 Football - Premier League - Burnley v Manchester United

08/02/2022 Football - Premier League - Burnley v Manchester United
08/02/2022 Football - Premier League - Burnley v Manchester United
Burnley v Manchester United

08/02/2022 Football – Premier League – Burnley v Manchester United

  • Josh Brownhill returns from suspension for Burnley and is expected to slot straight into central midfield against Manchester United.
  • Burnley winger Johann Gudmundsson is out of action for a few weeks after having surgery for appendicitis.
  • Striker Matej Vydra is also unavailable for several weeks after undergoing surgery for a hernia. Charlie Taylor looks set to miss out once again as well.
  • Maxwel Cornet and Wout Weghorst didn’t really show any link-up against Watford so the former may move out wide with Jay Rodriguez starting up front.
  • Paul Pogba returned from injury after a 15-game absence in Friday’s FA Cup exit to Middlesbrough.
  • The Frenchman may be required to start this one as well as Fred has tested positive for COVID, along with fellow Brazilian Alex Telles.
  • Eric Bailly will most likely miss out again through injury but Ralf Rangnick will hope to welcome Victor Lindelof back from illness on Tuesday.
  • Bruno Fernandes should be fine despite taking a heavy knock to his back against Boro, while Rangnick confirmed Jadon Sancho was just tired rather than injured on Friday evening.
  • Jesse Lingard wasn’t in the right head space to feature against Middlesbrough but should make the matchday squad here along with Edinson Cavani who was late back from South America.
  • David de Gea will return after being given the night off in the FA Cup, while Anthony Elanga will push for a recall at Turf Moor.

Burnley — Pope; Roberts, Tarkowski, Mee(C), Pieters; Cornet, Westwood, Brownhill, McNeil; Rodriguez, Weghorst.

Man Utd — de Gea; Diogo Dalot, Varane, Maguire(C), Shaw; Pogba, McTominay; Rashford, Bruno Fernandes, Sancho; Cavani.

Burnley-Manchester United – Premier League 2021/2022 Statistical Preview (whoscored.com)

Championship
Championship

EFL / iFollow – available on multiple services (7:45pm kickoff unless stated)

CHAMPIONSHIP
EFL01: Coventry v Blackpool
EFL02: Fulham v Millwall
EFL03: Luton v Barnsley
EFL04: Stoke v Swansea

LEAGUE ONE
EFL05: Accrington v Oxford
EFL06: AFC Wimbledon v Rotherham
EFL07: Cheltenham v Sunderland
EFL08: Crewe v Plymouth
EFL09: Doncaster v Ipswich
EFL10: Fleetwood v MK Dons
EFL11: Gillingham v Cambridge
EFL12: Lincoln v Morecambe
EFL13: Portsmouth v Burton
EFL14: Sheffield Wednesday v Wigan
EFL15: Wycombe v Shrewsbury
EFL16: Bolton v Charlton (8pm)

LEAGUE TWO
EFL17: Carlisle v Port Vale
EFL18: Exeter v Leyton Orient
EFL19: Forest Green v Rochdale
EFL20: Harrogate v Crawley
EFL21: Hartlepool v Barrow
EFL22: Mansfield v Colchester
EFL23: Northampton v Newport
EFL24: Oldham v Bristol Rovers
EFL25: Scunthorpe v Walsall
EFL26: Stevenage v Bradford
EFL27: Sutton v Salford
EFL28: Tranmere v Swindon

Alternatively, select the team name from the EFL sections

08/02/2022 Football - Club World Cup
Club World Cup
08/02/2022 Football - Club World Cup - Palmeiras v Al Ahly
Palmeiras v Al Ahly

08/02/2022 Football – Other Games

OTHER FOOTBALL – TUESDAY 8 FEBRUARY

2:00pm INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE – Hyderabad v ATK Mohun Bagan
UK – OneFootball
India – Star Sports 1

7:45pm NORTHERN IRISH PREMIERSHIP – Linfield v Larne
UK – BBC iPlayer

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