Manchester City host Newcastle United this evening (July 8) looking to get back to winning ways following their shock defeat at Southampton.
West Ham United will be without one forward in Felipe Anderson but another, Sebastien Haller, could feature in their Premier League match against Burnley this evening (July 8).
Aston Villa resume their fight to maintain their Premier League status when hosting Sheffield United on Wednesday evening (June 17). Villans boss Dean Smith has midfielder John McGinn available for the first time since December after the Scot recovered from an ankle injury.
Arsenal restart their Premier League campaign with a tricky proposition as they head north to take on Manchester City on Wednesday evening (June 17). And ex-Citizens assistant Mikel Arteta, now in charge of the Gunners, has no new injury concerns ahead of the game at the Etihad Stadium.
Having discovered that Incheon United have completed three consecutive 0-0 draws in K League 1 (albeit across two seasons), it got me thinking about what the record is for such a run. It turns out that they are not far away from levelling it themselves.
Did you know that FC Seoul were once called Lucky-Goldstar Football Club? The name change in 2004 hasn’t done them too much harm as they’ve won plenty since – fortunately enough.