44 Friday, 23 October 2009 London Lite LITESPORT ARSENAL P8 W6 D0 L2 Pts18 TOMAS ROSICKY has a chance of featuring against West Ham on Sunday after missing the midweek trip to Alkmaar with a knee problem. NEXT GAME:SunWestHam(a) CHELSEA P9 W7 D0 L2 Pts21 JOE COLE is hoping to get a start against Blackburn. Salomon Kalou will have to settle for a place on the bench as Didier Drogba is available following a midweek European suspension. NEXT GAME: Tom Blackburn (h) FULHAM P8 W3 D1 L4 Pts10 ANDREW JOHNSON will be missing for a couple more weeks so does not make the trip to Manchester City. Captain Danny Murphy is out with knee trouble but Dickson Etuhu may come back into the frame. NEXT GAME: Sun Man City (a) TOTTENHAM P9 W6 D1 L2 Pts19 JERMAIN DEFOE starts a three-game ban for stamping on Portsmouths Aaron Mokoena. Jonathan Woodgate could return after injury. NEXT GAME:TomStoke (h) WEST HAM P8 W1 D2 L5 Pts5 FRANK NOUBLE is pushing for inclusion in the squad to take on Arsenal after he scored for the Hammers reserve team. The 18-year-old has featured as a late substitute on a handful of occasions in the league this season. NEXT GAME: Sun Arsenal (h) CHAMPIONSHIP CRYSTAL PALACE P12 W4 D4 L4 Pts16 CLAUDE DAVIS and Stern John could be in line for starts against Nottingham Forest after recovering from serious injuries. NEXT GAME:TomNottmForest(h) QPR P12 W5 D5 L2 Pts20 BEN WATSON is banned for the trip to Derby owing to suspension. The on-loan Wigan midfielder will be replaced by Gavin Mahon. Meanwhile Rowan Vine is pushing for a starting berth. NEXT GAME: Tom Derby (a) READING P13 W2 D4 L7 Pts10 IVAR INGIMARSSON will miss the crunch home match with Leicester following his red card at Loftus Road. He is expected to be replaced by Alex Pearce. NEXT GAME: Mon Leicester (h) WATFORD P13 W4 D6 L3 Pts18 HEIDAR HELGUSON will be assessed this morning as he continues to try and shake off a calf injury in time to face Sheffield Wednesday. NEXT GAME: Ton Sheff Wed (h) LEAGUE ONE BRENTFORD P13 W3 D5 L5 Pts14 BEN STREVENS is not considered match fit as the Bees host Oldham on Saturday. Steve Kabba could earn a place in attack alongside Carl Cort. NEXT GAME:TomStockport(h) CHARLTON P13 W8 D4 L1 Pts28 JOSE SEMEDO is expected to start against Gillingham after he impressed as a sub in the win over Huddersfield. Matt Spring is likely to make way for the Portuguese midfielder. NEXT GAME: Tom Gillingham (a) GILLINGHAM P13 W4 D2 L7 Pts14 SCOTT VERNON has cut short his loan spell with the Gills after scans revealed he suffered ankle ligament damage against MK Dons last week. NEXT GAME: Tom Charlton (h) LEYTON ORIENT P13 W4 D3 L6 Pts15 ADAM CHAMBERS is set to be part of the squad that travels to Huddersfield after recovering from a repeat of his calf injury. NEXT GAME: Tom Huddersfield (a) MILLWALL P13 W4 D6 L3 Pts18 DARREN WARD (knee), Zak Whitbread (hip), Pat OConnor (cruciate), Andrew Frampton (ankle) and Danny Senda (Achilles) are all ruled out of the clash with League One Leeds tomorrow. NEXT GAME:TomLeeds(h) SOUTHEND P13 W4 D5 L4 Pts17 LEE SAWYER is pushing for a start tomorrow as the Shrimpers travel to struggling Carlisle and Franck Moussa has been given the all-clear to start after picking up a knock last weekend. NEXT GAME: Tom Carlisle (a) WYCOMBE P13 W1 D4 L8 Pts7 ALDERSHOT striker Simon Morgan has ruled out a move to the Wanderers. He said: I think it would be a stupid move. Its not as if they are at the top of the league and flying. NEXT GAME:TomExeter (a) LEAGUE TWO BARNET P13 W6 D3 L4 Pts21 NICKY DEVERDICS could be dropped to the bench to make way for midfielder Mark Hughes against Darlington. Paul Furlong is fit to start. NEXT GAME: Tom Darlington (h) DAG & RED P13 W8 D3 L2 Pts27 JOHN STILL hopes to use the same side that beat Bradford last weekend when the Daggers travel to Macclesfield tomorrow. Mark Arber prepares for a reunion with his former boss Keith Alexander. NEXT GAME:TomMacclesfield(a) Fixtures are subject to change LONDON CALLING Yourclub-by-clubguidetoalltheteamsinandaroundthe capital.Keepupwiththelatestnewsonyourclubeveryday PREMIER LEAGUE P W D L F A PTS MANUTD 9 7 1 1 21 9 22 CHELSEA 9 7 0 2 19 8 21 TOTTENHAM 9 6 1 2 21 13 19 ARSENAL 8 6 0 2 27 11 18 MANCITY 8 5 2 1 16 9 17 ASTONVILLA 8 5 1 2 12 7 16 SUNDERLAND 9 5 1 3 17 13 16 LIVERPOOL 9 5 0 4 22 13 15 STOKE 9 3 3 3 8 11 12 BURNLEY 9 4 0 5 9 19 12 EVERTON 8 3 2 3 10 12 11 FULHAM 8 3 1 4 8 10 10 BLACKBURN 8 3 1 4 11 17 10 WIGAN 9 3 1 5 9 16 10 BOLTON 8 2 2 4 11 13 8 WOLVES 9 2 2 5 8 15 8 BIRMINGHAM 9 2 1 6 6 11 7 HULL 9 2 1 6 8 22 7 WESTHAM 8 1 2 5 9 13 5 PORTSMOUTH 9 1 0 8 5 15 3 CHAMPIONSHIP P W D L F A PTS WESTBROM 13 7 3 3 24 13 24 NEWCASTLE 13 7 3 3 19 8 24 CARDIFF 13 7 2 4 26 12 23 MIDDLESBRO 13 7 2 4 20 13 23 BLACKPOOL 13 6 4 3 19 13 22 PRESTON 13 6 4 3 20 17 22 NOTTMFOREST 13 6 4 3 15 12 22 LEICESTER 13 5 6 2 15 11 21 BRISTOLCITY 13 5 6 2 14 11 21 QPR 12 5 5 2 21 11 20 SWANSEA 13 4 6 3 9 10 18 WATFORD 13 4 6 3 18 20 18 SHEFFUTD 13 4 5 4 20 21 17 SCUNTHORPE 13 5 2 6 19 23 17 SHEFFWED 13 4 4 5 20 18 16 CRYSTALPAL 12 4 4 4 12 14 16 COVENTRY 13 4 4 5 16 20 16 DONCASTER 13 2 8 3 14 15 14 DERBY 13 4 2 7 15 21 14 BARNSLEY 13 4 2 7 14 22 14 READING 13 2 4 7 11 22 10 PETERBOROUGH 13 1 5 7 14 23 8 PLYMOUTH 13 2 2 9 12 25 8 IPSWICH 13 0 7 6 14 26 7 LEAGUE ONE P W D L F A PTS LEEDS 12 9 3 0 20 6 30 CHARLTON 13 8 4 1 22 11 28 MKDONS 13 8 2 3 15 9 26 COLCHESTER 13 7 4 2 23 10 25 BRISTOLROVERS 12 7 1 4 19 16 22 NORWICH 13 5 4 4 25 20 19 SWINDON 13 4 7 2 14 17 19 HUDDERSFIELD 13 5 3 5 24 16 18 MILLWALL 13 4 6 3 17 9 18 SOUTHEND 13 4 5 4 18 16 17 WALSALL 13 4 5 4 15 16 17 OLDHAM 13 4 5 4 11 14 17 HARTLEPOOL 13 4 4 5 14 14 16 YEOVIL 13 3 6 4 17 16 15 LEYTONORIENT 13 4 3 6 15 22 15 GILLINGHAM 13 4 2 7 19 22 14 BRENTFORD 13 3 5 5 13 17 14 STOCKPORT 13 3 5 5 13 20 14 BRIGHTON 13 3 4 6 15 22 13 EXETER 13 3 4 6 13 22 13 CARLISLE 13 2 5 6 13 19 11 TRANMERE 13 3 1 9 11 28 10 SOUTHAMPTON 13 4 6 3 20 15 8 WYCOMBE 13 1 4 8 12 21 7 LEAGUE TWO P W D L F A PTS BOURNEMOUTH 13 9 1 3 17 8 28 DAG&RED 13 8 3 2 25 14 27 ROCHDALE 13 8 2 3 23 12 26 ROTHERHAM 13 7 4 2 20 12 25 NOTTSCOUNTY 13 6 4 3 29 12 22 ALDERSHOT 13 6 3 4 24 16 21 SHREWSBURY 13 6 3 4 21 17 21 BURTONALBION 13 6 3 4 19 15 21 BARNET 13 6 3 4 18 14 21 CHESTERFIELD 13 6 2 5 17 18 20 BURY 13 6 2 5 16 18 20 PORTVALE 13 4 6 3 15 13 18 BRADFORD 13 4 5 4 20 22 17 ACCSTANLEY 13 5 1 7 18 20 16 MACCLESFIELD 13 4 4 5 14 20 16 CREWE 13 5 0 8 21 23 15 NORTHAMPTON 13 4 3 6 19 22 15 HEREFORD 13 3 6 4 16 19 15 LINCOLNCITY 13 5 0 8 9 17 15 CHELTENHAM 13 3 5 5 16 23 14 MORECAMBE 13 1 9 3 17 24 12 TORQUAY 13 2 4 7 16 22 10 GRIMSBY 13 3 1 9 11 25 10 DARLINGTON 13 1 2 10 6 21 5 Southampton deducted 10pts for administration LITE&BITTER Gotanaxetogrind?Doithere... ENGLISH GENT (L&B 22/10) Message to Fergie & Man Utd fans. Time goes back an hour this weekend. H Dizzle NW1 ENGLISH GENT (L&B 22/10) Fergie time? Liverpool had seven minutes too against Sunderland. Not our fault you couldnt make use of it! Rafas crackin up again! Manchester, la-la-la. SE9 Manc WENGER vows to break trophy drought? Now where have we heard that before? Top Spur, N7 FIFTEEN years since Fulham were in Division Four (page 41 yesterday)? And they still cant defend until the death! Silver Fox, Acton To be considered for publication, texts must be submitted with name and address or postcode. Please restrict messages to 25 WORDS. Thanks. >>Text TELLUS to 65800 followed by a space and your messageEach text costs 50p plus standard network charges >>Text LL RANT to 65400 Terms apply. See thisislondon.co.uk/lite In the frame: Lee Sawyer The bite is on warns Watfords Mackay MALKY MACKAY saw Newcastle and West Brom slip up during the week and insisted: Anybody can be bitten in the Championship. Speaking before tonights clash with Sheffield Wednesday, Watford boss Mackay said: It is a tough league and it is a league where on any night, as has been shown with some of the results this week, the bottom can beat the top. There is always a surprising result every week and if you dont respect that, then you can be bitten. I think all managers realise just how tough this league is and we have known to our cost at the end of games this year. But it is a real scrap and there are a lot of teams that show resilience. WATFORD V SHEFF W TONIGHT, 7.45PM (SKY SPORTS 1) MILLWALLS all-time record goal- scorer Neil Harris is yet to be offered a new deal by the League One club. The 32-year-old, who has struck ninetimesalreadythisseason,will befreetotalktohissuitorsinJanu- ary, and his agent has indicated the striker could be forced to leave unless he is offered a new deal before Christmas. Despite the precarious situation, manager Kenny Jackett revealed he has no intentions of entering into negotiations with his leading goalscorer any time soon. Nobodyhascomeinforhim,he said. And I havent considered any- thing because we are just getting over some injuries from the start of the season. I havent spoken to Neil about it and nobody has approached me about him going somewhere else. Play-off chasing Millwall enter- tain unbeaten Leeds at The New Den on Saturday in a fixture that has been marred by a number of crowd disturbances in recent years. Last seasons play-off semi-final was interrupted by a brief pitch invasion, and Millwalls chief executive Andy Ambler is calling ontheclubsfanstobeontheirbest behaviour. The situation is that, with our biggest game of the season coming on Saturday, the FA will be watch- ing us like a hawk, he said.Contract saga: Millwall striker Neil Harris is still waiting Lion King is left in limbo by Millwall MILLWALL V LEEDS TOMORROW, 3PM index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html