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 By Mike Parkin

Injury to impressive Mauro Zarate puts cloud over Watford's performance

Having gone down a goal just three minutes into the match, West Ham were able to equalise late to steal a point at Watford.
Having gone down a goal just three minutes into the match, West Ham were able to equalise late to steal a point at Watford.

A curious game in which Watford failed to capitalise on an excellent start. West Ham United controlled possession for large parts of the game without creating many clear-cut chances, despite Michail Antonio threatening throughout. Ultimately the hosts will be happy with a draw.

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Watford began brightly and could have been two goals up had M'Baye Niang's fierce drive been just a few inches lower and Mauro Zarate was effective until a bad injury saw him replaced. The Hornets had to battle...

 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester players should forget Claudio Ranieri and focus on Liverpool result

The FC crew discuss the evident disconnect between Claudio Ranieri and the Leicester players leading up to his sacking.

Leicester City's home game with Liverpool will be the strangest fixture of the season. Claudio Ranieri won't be in the dugout after being sacked on Thursday, and there will be an eerie atmosphere of uncertainty at the King Power Stadium.

City desperately need a result and if they don't start the game well there's a real danger the crowd will turn against the Foxes or, more likely, the board. Either way there will be vocal protests at Ranieri's ouster.

Whether it was the right decision to unexpectedly...

FIFA president Gianni Infantino one year on: Five things done and left to do

Gab Marcotti joins Outside the Lines to discuss the reasons behind moving the World Cup from 32 to 48 teams in 2026.

FIFA president Gianni Infantino marks one year in office on Feb. 26, having taken the helm during one of the most traumatic periods in the organisation's history.

Following the arrests of some of its most senior figures, the resignation of former president Sepp Blatter and with on-going corruption inquiries, Infantino has spent the past 12 months attempting to fulfill his promise to overhaul FIFA and restore its reputation.

Here we take a look at five things that he has done to help make that happen...

Mamadou Sakho and Wilfried Zaha shine as Palace beat Middlesbrough

Sam Allardyce received a much-needed boost as his Palace side held off Middlesbrough for a big win.
Sam Allardyce received a much-needed boost as his Palace side held off Middlesbrough for a big win.

Crystal Palace won a deserved three points with a performance that saw Middlesbrough dominated for much of the game. While Boro looked more combative in the second half, Palace saw the game out.

Positives

Palace were excellent in the first half thanks largely to a midfield that was both impassable and creative too. At the back, the introduction of Mamadou Sakho brought a touch of quality and calmness to the defence.

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Palace keep falling victim to poor refereeing performances. Bobby Madley...

 By Peter Thorne

Cheikhou Kouyate shocker underlines West Ham's need for a right-back

Having gone down a goal just three minutes into the match, West Ham were able to equalise late to steal a point at Watford.
Having gone down a goal just three minutes into the match, West Ham were able to equalise late to steal a point at Watford.
Slaven Bilic sings the praises of star forward Michail Antonio, saying he carried the game himself for long stretches.

They nearly lost it in an almighty scramble in the closing seconds, but 10-man West Ham deservedly held on at Vicarage Road to take a point in Saturday's 1-1 draw against Watford.

In fact, the only surprise would be why the Hammers needed to rally at the death at all. Despite going behind as early as the third minute, Slaven Bilic's men dominated play entirely and it would have been no injustice had the visitor's won comfortably. As it was, West Ham were always chasing the game after Troy Deeney's...

 By Michael Wade

AC Milan's Gianluigi Donnarumma a prime target for both Manchester clubs

Craig Burley assesses the latest from the rumour mill, with Celtic's Moussa Dembele reportedly drawing a lot of attention.

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Gianluigi Donnarumma, 18, has already made 55 appearances for AC Milan.

January has come and gone, but Transfer Talk is already monitoring the whispers ahead of all the summer moves. Check out the latest deals here.

Manchester clubs eye Donnarumma

Manchester United and Manchester City both have an interest in signing teenage AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma, the Mirror reports.

Jose Mourinho wants the 18-year-old at Old Trafford amid fears David De Gea could return to Spain and join Real Madrid, a move he came close to making in 2015.

But Pep Guardiola is also...