Roberto Di Matteo insists his Chelsea players will not be thinking about their FA Cup Final clash with Liverpool on Saturday as they prepare for the visit of Newcastle to Stamford Bridge on Wednesday evening.
Liverpool are getting what they asked for, but perhaps not what they had in mind. Just four victories in 2012 put paid to the club's Champions League ambitions but the manner in which they registered their most recent win, a 3-0 triumph over Norwich City, has given John Aldridge cause for optimism.
Liverpool legend Jamie Redknapp has lauded Luis Suarez's 'magnificent' performance against Norwich on Saturday and believes the Uruguayan has the potential to be one of the Premier League's greatest ever players.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes Jack Wilshere still has a long way to go before he is ready to play for the Gunners again and cautioned Team GB manager Stuart Pearce it would be a mistake to rush the youngster back for the Olympics.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes Manchester City's home advantage could prove crucial in the Manchester derby on Monday night but cautioned Manchester United's experience means they cannot be ruled out.
A philosophical Arsene Wenger expressed his surprise at Pep Guardiola's reaction to Barcelona's recent slump in form but cautioned it was impossible to understand the pressure the Spaniard is under at the Nou Camp.
From the moment they first step foot on their vessel, sailors are implored to 'beware the following wave' at all costs. Travelling with a following sea has the greatest potential for disaster, with the wave capable of overcoming the sailor's boat should their speed drop too low.
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew will be rooting for Bayern Munich in the Champions League final on 19 May, as the prospect of Chelsea winning the tournament would spell disaster for his side's European dream.
Former Premier League referee Graham Poll believes Viktor Kassai made a number of errors in Wednesday's Champions League semi-final second leg between Real Madrid and Bayern Munich, and insists the official was affected by the pressure of a big game.
Former Manchester City manager Kevin Keegan believes Manchester United are "slight favourites" to claim the Premier League title and believes their experience of title run-ins will prove crucial at the Etihad next Monday.