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18/05/2023 Football

18/05/2023 Football – Plenty of football action today. West Ham are in action in the Europa Conference League and Newcastle plays Brighton in the Premier League.

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Europa League
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18/05/2023 Football – Europa League – Bayer Leverkusen v Roma

  • Andrey Lunev and Patrik Schick are still sidelined due to injury.
  • Odilon Kossounou and Robert Andrich sustained injuries in the first leg and are likely to remain ruled out for this game.
  • Karim Bellarabi continues to be sidelined with a muscle injury.
  • Rick Karsdorp is still recovering from knee surgery conducted in March.
  • Diego Llorente and Marash Kumbulla are both unable to participate due to their respective injuries.
  • Stephan El Shaarawy and Paulo Dybala, who were absent from Roma’s matchday squad in their 0-0 draw against Bologna, could potentially be doubtful for this game.


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18/05/2023 Football – Europa League – Sevilla v Juventus

  • Joan Jordan and Marcao are still sidelined due to injury.
  • Suso and Tanguy Nianzou are likely to remain doubtful for this game due to their injuries.
  • Erik Lamela will miss this game as a result of receiving his third yellow card in the first leg of the Europa League, rendering him ineligible.
  • Kaio Jorge and Mattia De Sciglio are both still sidelined with injuries.
  • Leonardo Bonucci suffered an injury in the first leg and is likely to be ruled out for this game.
  • Paul Pogba sustained an injury against Cremonese and is expected to be unavailable for this match.
  • Matias Soule has been called up by Argentina for the U20 World Cup, making him unavailable for this game.
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18/05/2023 Football – Europa Conference League – AZ Alkmaar v West Ham

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18/05/2023 Football – Premier League – Newcastle v Brighton

Injuries affecting the teams:

  • Emil Krafth, Jamaal Lascelles, and Matt Richie are all ruled out for the remainder of the season due to their injuries.
  • Sean Longstaff is still sidelined with a foot injury and will not be available for this game.
  • Ryan Fraser continues to train with the U21’s, suggesting he won’t feature in this match.
  • Adam Lallana, Solly March, Adam Webster, Jakub Moder, Jeremy Sarmiento, and Tariq Lamptey all remain sidelined due to injury.
  • Joel Veltman is uncertain for this game as he missed the previous match against Arsenal.
  • Julio Enciso, who sustained an injury during the win over Arsenal, could potentially be a doubt for this game.
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18/05/2023 Football – League One Playoffs

Team updates and strategies:

  • Lee Gregory is expected to start after returning to the bench in the first leg.
  • Darren Moore, the Sheffield Wednesday coach, plans to field an attacking side, as they need to score at least four goals to advance to Wembley.
  • Darren Ferguson, on the other hand, intends to keep the same lineup that secured a 4-0 victory on Friday, indicating an unchanged side for this game.

18/05/2023 Football – Other Football


12:30am UK THU / 7:30pm ET WED
USA NWSL CHALLENGE CUP – Louisville v Kansas
International – Watch NWSL
USA – Paramount+

6:00pm UK / 1:00pm ET
TURKISH SUPER LIG – Fenerbahce v Trabzonspor
Canada – beIN Sports
USA – beIN Sports

7:00pm UK / 2:00pm ET
UK – BBC Red Button / iPlayer
International – FIFA TV

18/05/2023 Football Gossip & News

Transfer and managerial updates in football:

  • Arsenal is preparing a club record £92m offer for 24-year-old England midfielder Declan Rice from West Ham. Bayern Munich is also interested in signing Rice.
  • Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta is considering signing 28-year-old Portugal defender Joao Cancelo from Manchester City, who is currently on loan at Bayern Munich. However, Arsenal fears that City may be reluctant to do business with them.
  • Paris St-Germain is interested in acquiring 28-year-old Portugal midfielder Bernardo Silva from Manchester City for £70m.
  • Talks between Chelsea and 30-year-old Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku regarding his future will be delayed until after Inter Milan plays Manchester City in the Champions League final on 10 June.
  • Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has offered 37-year-old English midfielder James Milner, who is set to leave at the end of the season, a coaching role.
  • Manchester United has agreed on personal terms with 26-year-old South Korea defender Kim Min-jae from Napoli.
  • Arsenal’s 24-year-old Norway midfielder Martin Odegaard, whose contract expires in 2025, is expected to sign a new deal.
  • Bayer Leverkusen manager Xabi Alonso has stated that he will remain in charge next season despite being linked with the Tottenham managerial vacancy.
  • Arsenal midfielder Albert Sambi Lokonga, 23, could potentially move to Burnley to reunite with manager Vincent Kompany, who previously coached him at Anderlecht.
  • Crystal Palace’s 30-year-old Ivory Coast forward Wilfried Zaha, whose contract expires in the summer, is contemplating staying at Selhurst Park.
  • Barcelona is planning to make another attempt to sign 24-year-old Real Sociedad and Spain midfielder Martin Zubimendi this summer, following Arsenal’s unsuccessful £53m bid in January.
  • Senegal forward Sadio Mane, 31, expresses his desire to remain at Bayern Munich despite his previous altercation with teammate Leroy Sane in April.
  • Former Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann was Chelsea’s top choice to replace Graham Potter.
  • Nice, owned by British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s Ineos group, has met with Graham Potter to discuss the possibility of appointing him as manager.
  • Nantes is interested in hiring former Crystal Palace manager Patrick Vieira if they manage to avoid relegation.
  • Swansea City manager Russell Martin is considered one of the candidates to take over at Southampton, who have been relegated from the Premier League this season.
  • Barcelona’s director of football, Mateu Alemany, has decided to stay at the club, reversing his initial intention to move to Aston Villa.

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