Swansea confident tonight's Capital One Cup semi-final will go ahead despite heavy snow

Chelsea to take on Swans in tough conditions in south Wales

Danny Graham: The striker has been marginalised by Michu’s arrival

Raheem Sterling and Joe Allen poised for Liverpool rest

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is preparing to give midfielders Raheem Sterling and Joe Allen a rest after acknowledging fatigue played a part in their home defeat by Aston Villa on Saturday.

Swansea manager Michael Laudrup

Michael Laudrup aiming for Capital One Cup success with Swansea

Swans face Middlesbrough tonight

League round-up: Double DJ is wanted by Ipswich

Mick McCarthy confirmed that Ipswich want to sign DJ Campbell on a permanent deal after the on-loan striker scored twice in yesterday's 3-0 victory over Millwall.

Lukas Podolski celebrates scoring Arsenal's second

Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski sidelined with hamstring injury

German will miss clash with West Brom

Sir Alex Ferguson believes European opponents are now much sharper in attack against United

West Ham v Manchester United among FA Cup Third Round ties selected for television

Lincoln or Mansfield Town's FA Cup third-round meeting with Liverpool is one of five matches selected to be televised.

Arsenal not in crisis, says defiant Wenger

Arsène Wenger last night insisted Arsenal are not a club in crisis and claimed he is unaffected by speculation over his future.

Liverpool team’s new shape has left the captain unsure of his role and responsibility

Brendan Rodgers tells struggling Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard to act natural

Brendan Rodgers, the Liverpool manager, has spoken for the first time about Steven Gerrard's poor form this season and said that the captain's sense of responsibility to the young players in the re-shaped team may be on his mind.

Jordan Henderson says that he will continue to improve

Jordan Henderson determined to retain place in Liverpool side

Having played two consecutive matches for the first time this season, Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson is keen to keep his spot in the starting line-up.

Anna Ryder Richardson wildlife park fined after falling tree bough hospitalised three-year-old boy

A wildlife park run by TV star Anna Ryder Richardson and her husband has been fined £70,000 for health and safety breaches.

Alun Wyn Jones reveals 'tingle' factor of staying with Wales

If French clubs had the pick of Wales' star players then it is likely that Alun Wyn Jones would feature prominently on their shopping lists.

Micah Richards is taken off in the Premier League game against Swansea

Manchester City defender Micah Richards out for four months

Micah Richards will be out of action for far longer than originally feared and expects to be sidelined for up to four months after having surgery on the knee injury he suffered on Saturday.

Manchester City and Spain midfielder David Silva

Manchester City winger David Silva to miss vital Ajax Champions League tie

Manchester City's stuttering Champions League campaign suffered another potential blow last night as winger David Silva was almost certainly ruled out for next Wednesday's game at Ajax.

Restaurant gives whisky to boy aged 2

A two-year-old boy was served whisky instead of fruit juice at his birthday party at a Frankie and Benny's restaurant.

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