TV pundits have the capability to make or break a viewer's interest in a football match. Here we talk about Carlton Palmer and his top five laughable statements as a football pundit.
On Tuesday night, Arsenal and Chelsea have a chance to nearly seal their qualification to the round of 16, while Barcelona and AC Milan look to battle it out for the top spot and Shakhtar and Borussia Dortmund aim to climb the table in contention for second spot. Here's a preview of the match-ups of the teams in Groups E,F,G and H.
Arsenal have one more game to go before seeing the end of their disastrous campaign. Will Fulham heap further misery on them at Craven Cottage, or will the Gunners secure a consolation victory?
Although Arsenal are no longer in the title race, their third place is in danger of being overtaken by Manchester City, which makes the game against Villa even more important for the home side.
As Fergie prepares for the mammoth Champions league finale clash with Barcelona, the Man Utd manager looks to get tips to beat the Catalans.
Arsenal travel to Bloomfield road looking to end their run of draws and get their campaign back on track, but Blackpool will be no pushovers as they look to climb to safety. TheHardTackle previews the game.
With Mario Balotelli unfailingly garnering the headlines for the wrong reasons consistently, TheHardTackle tells us how Mancini can control the youngster.
As the English Premier League seems to be heading towards an exciting finish in May, TheHardTackle lists down the five Premier League seasons which have witnessed the closest fights for the English title between the top teams.
Arsenal have only the Premier League title to claim after a forgettable three weeks, but first they must overcome a tough hurdle at the Hawthorns to resurrect their winning run. TheHardTackle previews the clash of two attacking sides.
Arsenal were fighting on all four fronts two weeks ago. After the Carling Cup debacle and the loss to Barcelona, how will the Gunners fare in their quest for the remaining trophies? Will they stumble like in previous seasons, or will we see a new side of Arsenal this time around?