ARSENAL P9 W6 D1 L2 Pts19 SAMIR NASRI is expected to play in Wednesdays Carling Cup tie against Liverpool as Arsene Wenger seeks to improve his match fitness following injury. NEXT GAME:WedLiverpool(CCR4h) CHELSEA P10 W9 D0 L2 Pts24 KEEPER Ross Turnbull does not regret his move from Middlesbrough. He is still behind Petr Cech and Hilario in the pecking order but said: Theyve made me feel so at home and Im just glad to be here. NEXT GAME: Wed Bolton (CC R4 h) FULHAM P9 W3 D2 L4 Pts11 PAUL KONCHESKY is having his calf problem assessed over the next couple of days in hope that he will be fit in time for the visit of Liverpool at the weekend after missing yesterdays 2-2 draw at Manchester City. NEXT GAME: Sat Liverpool (h) TOTTENHAM P10 W6 D1 L3 Pts19 HARRY REDKNAPP will monitor Aaron Lennons ankle injury this week. The England winger took himself off in the defeat against Stoke and left in a protective boot. NEXT GAME:TomEverton (CCR4 h) WEST HAM P9 W1 D3 L5 Pts6 GIANFRANCO ZOLA admits the loss of suspended Scott Parker for next weekends trip to Sunderland is a big blow. He is an important player for us, said the manager. NEXT GAME: Sat Sunderland (a) CHAMPIONSHIP CRYSTAL PALACE P13 W4 D5 L4 Pts17 FREDDIE SEARS will be assessed today after he limped off with a muscular in the first half against Nottingham Forest on Saturday. NEXT GAME: Sat Preston (a) QPR P13 W6 D5 L2 Pts23 ROWAN VINE says competition for a place in QPRs first team has brought the best out of the squad. He said: Its quite frightening when you look at the players who are currently out of the side for one reason or another. NEXT GAME: Fri Leicester (h) READING P13 W2 D4 L7 Pts10 IVAR INGIMARSSON is unavailable to face Leicester tonight as he serves his one-match ban after his red card at QPR. Injured striker Noel Hunt (knee) is also sidelined. NEXT GAME: Ton Leicester (h) WATFORD P14 W5 D6 L3 Pts21 MALKY MACKAY is unsure whether on-loan duo Henri Lansbury and Tom Cleverley with remain at the club beyond the turn of the year. Its up to the parent clubs whether they want them to stay, said the manager. . NEXT GAME: Sat West Brom (a) LEAGUE ONE BRENTFORD P14 W4 D5 L5 Pts17 ALAN BENNETT was dropped for 40 Monday, 26 October 2009 London Lite DVD & Blu-ray SPECIAL FEATURES: LIMITED EDITION 3D PACKAGING ENGLISH AUDIO DUB MAKING OF DELETED / ADDITIONAL SCENES MUSIC VIDEO: DTERMIN BY ALONZO TRAILERS Blu-ray also has: PRODUCTION DIARY FOR UPDATES VISIT - Available from PROGRAM CONTENT: 2008 EUROPACORP TF1 FILMS PRODUCTION CIBY 2000 LITESPORT LONDON CALLING Bradys bunch: Tom Brady and the New England Patriots would relish a return to Wembley NFL chiefs keen to return and cash inon theWembleyfactor THE HEAD of NFL UK is confident that London will host at least two games next year following the success of last nights extravaganza. More than 84,000 flooded in to Wembley to watch superstar Tom Brady lead the New England Patriots to a 35-7 victory over Malcolm Glazers Tampa Bay Buccaneers. After glowing feedback from fans, players, owners and the NFL itself -- Alistair Kirkwood, the NFL UK Managing Director, beamed afterwards: We now have a track record of six teams coming over with a great level of feedback from all sides. As we look to move to two games a year, I think its really important that the team and the owners involved, the players are all saying good things. Im going to be working hard with a bunch of other people in the next week or two to try and see if we can get an agreement internally and hopefully by Christmas time be able to make some announcements. Brady -- coined the NFLs David Beckham -- hailed the trip as a massive success and would welcome a return to London. He said: Its a unique bonding experience for all of us. As football players we dont often get to spend as much time together as we had. We all went out to dinner on Friday night, which you dont get the chance to do often, spending ten meals together and sitting on the plane -- its great. Brandon Meriweather put The Patriots ahead with just two minutes on the clock after running home a great interception. Brady then produced two touchdown passes as he wowed the London crowd. First, Wes Welker strolled home before Sam Aiken danced home after a silky 53-yard run. Tampa Bay scored when Antonio Bryant caught Josh Johnsons 33-yard pass just before half time. But The Patriots sealed victory with touchdowns from Benjamin Watson and Laurence Maroney. BY JAMES GOLDMAN 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