Premier League & Others 18/4/2021

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Premier League & Others 18/4/2021. Two games in the Premier League today. At 13:30, on Sky Sports Main Event, is Arsenal v Fulham. At 16:00, on Sky Sports Main Event, is Manchester United v Burnley. In the FA Cup, at 18:30, on BT Sport 1, is Leicester City v Southampton. There are games in the Scottish Cup with a big game involving Rangers v Celtic at 15:00 on Premier Sports 1.

 Premier League 18/4/2021 - Arsenal v Fulham & Manchester United v Burnley
Premier League 18/4/2021 – Arsenal v Fulham & Manchester United v Burnley
Premier League & Others 18/4/2021 - Arsenal v Fulham
Arsenal v Fulham – Sky Sports Main Event / beIN Sports English 1 / Optus Sport 1

Premier League & Others 18/4/2021 – Arsenal v Fulham

  • Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is recovering from malaria and won’t be available just yet, while Martin Odegaard is still nursing an ankle problem.
  • Nicolas Pepe and Willian are on standby to take the last place in attack if Odegaard misses out once again for Arsenal.
  • Granit Xhaka has started Arsenal’s last two matches at left-back with Kieran Tierney sidelined, suggesting Mikel Arteta sees him as the short-term step-in.
  • Hector Bellerin and Gabriel will push for recalls in defence from the side that started Thursday’s 4-0 win away to Slavia Prague.
  • Scott Parker will hope to have influential winger Ademola Lookman available on Sunday after he missed out against Wolves last time out with a hamstring injury.
  • Mario Lemina and AndrĂ©-Frank Zambo Anguissa remain locked in competition for one starting berth in central midfield.
  • Terence Kongolo has endured a torrid time since signing for Fulham with injuries and is now out for the remainder of the campaign.

More Team News / Match Report

Arsenal Line-up
Arsenal Line-up
Fulham line-up
Fulham line-up
Premier League & Others 18/4/2021 - Manchester United v Burnley
Manchester United v Burnley – Sky Sports Main Event / beIN Sports English 1 / Optus Sport 1

Premier League & Others 18/4/2021 – Manchester United v Burnley

  • Harry Maguire, Scott McTominay and Luke Shaw are all fit to start here after missing out against Granada on Thursday through suspension.
  • Eric Bailly could make the matchday squad on Sunday after returning from Ivory Coast early last week following a bout of COVID-19.
  • Marcus Rashford was not 100 per cent fit in midweek but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should have him available here.
  • After virtually playing the full 90 on Thursday, Mason Greenwood may have to settle with a place on the bench here with Pogba and Cavani partially rested and Rashford expected to return.
  • Dean Henderson has been forced to be patient this season but appears set to finish the campaign as United’s No.1 goalkeeper.
  • Burnley will hope to have Nick Pope back from a shoulder injury when they travel to Old Trafford on Sunday. Sean Dyche says Pope is ‘touch and go’, with Bailey Peacock-Farrell on standby to keep his place in the side.
  • Dwight McNeil is rated as a doubt by Dyche after picking up a knock and his absence would be a big blow for the away side.
  • Charlie Taylor, Jack Cork and Jay Rodriguez are options if Dyche wants to change things this weekend.

More Team News / Match Report

United Line-up
United Line-up
Burnley Line-up
Burnley Line-up
Premier League & Others 18/4/2021 - Leicester City v Southampton
Leicester City v Southampton – BT Sport 1 / beIN Sports English 1 / ESPN+ / Sportsnet World

Premier League & Others 18/4/2021 – Leicester City v Southampton

  • James Maddison, Ayoze Perez and Hamza Choudhury have all returned to training after missing Leicester’s defeat to West Ham last weekend for breaking COVID-19 protocols. It remains to be seen whether Brendan Rodgers will reward any of them with starts here.
  • Leicester hope to have Turkish international Caglar Soyuncu available from COVID-19 this weekend. Cengiz Under is also back in contention but James Justin and Harvey Barnes remain sidelined.
  • Michael Obafemi, Oriol Romeu and William Smallbone remain injured for Southampton, while Takumi Minamino is ineligible after already featuring in the competition with parent club Liverpool.
  • Southampton lost 3-0 to West Brom last weekend but it was pretty much their strongest available XI, which will surely be of worry to Ralph Hassenhuttl.
  • Che Adams, Moussa Djenepo and Nathan Tella are the only real options for change for Southampton.

More Team News / Match Report

Premier League & Others 18/4/2021 -Rangers v Celtic
Rangers v Celtic – Premier Sports 1 / beIN Sports 3 / ESPN+

Team News / Match Report

Other Games

DAZN – Channel Highlights

DAZN 1: World Championship Snooker – Day 2 (9:50am)
DAZN 2: World Championship Snooker – Day 2 (9:50am)
DAZN 2: WTA Tennis – MUSC Health Women’s Open Final (6:50pm)
DAZN 3: Serie A – AC Milan v Genoa (11:20am)
DAZN 3: Serie A – Atalanta v Juventus (1:50pm)
DAZN 3: Serie A – Napoli v Inter Milan (7:35pm)
DAZN 3: Pro League – Sint-Truiden v Anderlecht (4:50pm)
DAZN 4: EFL – Rotherham v Birmingham (11:50am)
DAZN 4: EPL – Manchester United v Burnley (3:50pm)
DAZN 5: EPL – Arsenal v Fulham (1:20pm)
DAZN 5: Serie A – Torino v Roma (4:50pm)
DAZN 6: Serie A – Lazio v Benevento (1:50pm)
DAZN 7: Serie A – Bologna v Spezia (1:50pm)

OTHER FOOTBALL – SUNDAY 18 APRIL

6:00am KOREAN K-LEAGUE – Suwon Bluewings v Ulsan
Malaysia – Astro Supersport 1

7:00am JAPANESE J-LEAGUE – Cerezo Osaka v Urawa Reds
Australia – Optus Sport
Malaysia – Astro Supersport 4

7:00am JAPANESE J-LEAGUE – Nagoya v Sagan Tosu
Australia – Optus Sport

7:00am AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE – Sydney v Adelaide United
UK – BT Sport 1
Australia – Fox Sports 505
Malaysia – beIN Sports
New Zealand – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
USA – ESPN+

9:00am AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE – Macarthur Bulls v Newcastle
UK – BT Sport 1
Australia – Fox Sports 505
Malaysia – beIN Sports
New Zealand – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
USA – ESPN+

11:15am AUSTRALIAN A-LEAGUE – Perth Glory v Wellington
UK – BT Sport 1
Australia – Fox Sports 505
New Zealand – Sky Sport 1
New Zealand – Sky Sport 7 beIN Sports
USA – ESPN+

12:30pm BUNDESLIGA 2 – Bochum v Hannover
UK – BT Sport 3
USA – ESPN+

1:00pm WOMEN’S CHAMPIONS LEAGUE QUARTER-FINAL – Lyon v PSG
USA – beIN Sports Xtra

2:00pm SCOTTISH WOMEN’S PREMIER LEAGUE – Spartans v Celtic Ladies
UK – BBC iPlayer

2:00pm SOUTH AFRICAN NBK CUP – Sundowns v Tshakhuma
South Africa – Supersport PSL

2:00pm SWEDISH ALLSVENSKANLIGA – Hacken v Malmo
USA – ESPN+

5:00pm TURKISH SUPER LIG – Basaksehir v Fenerbahce
Canada – beIN Sports 5
South Africa – ESPN Africa
USA – beIN Sports 5

5:00pm DANISH SUPERLIGA – Brondby v AGF Aarhus
Malaysia – Fox Sports 3
USA – ESPN+

5:00pm BELGIAN PRO LEAGUE – Sint-Truiden v Anderlecht
Canada – DAZN

5:30pm SOUTH AFRICAN PREMIERSHIP – Orlando Pirates v Maritzburg
South Africa – Supersport PSL

6:45pm AFC CHAMPIONS LEAGUE – Al Ahli Saudi v Al Duhail
Malaysia – Fox Sports 2

9:15pm AFC CHAMPIONS LEAGUE – AL Shorta v Esteghlal
Malaysia – Fox Sports 2

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