Arsenal injuries: Mesut Ozil to return against Hull on Sunday but Arsene Wenger doubts whether Abou Diaby will play at all this season
Arsenal: Four remaining fixtures – will they stay in the top four and qualify for the Champions League?
Transfer news: Atletico Mineiro will not sign Nicolas Anelka as the French striker took too long to reply to the club
Everton v Crystal Palace: Roberto Martinez claims his Toffees’ side ‘have the winning mentality’ to finish in fourth place in the Premier League table
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Manchester City have the chance to bounce back from their defeat at Anfield on Sunday and put the pressure back on Liverpool and Chelsea in the title race. Although the league is no longer in Manuel Pellegrini’s hands, his side can still get within a point of the Reds if they win their games in hand.
It is a mouth-watering prospect: Liverpool, the defending champions, hosting Manchester City – rich, ambitious and the envy of just about every team in the league. It is a fixture that has more than a ring of the men’s game about it but on Thursday night marks City’s debut in the Women’s Super League (WSL).
Roberto Martinez will tell you he was never in doubt that Everton would be where they stand tomorrow night – ready to make another big stride towards displacing Arsenal from the Champions League by recording an eighth successive Premier League win, over Crystal Palace at a bouncing Goodison Park. He could just have done without his chairman, Bill Kenwright, proclaiming the fact quite so early.