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West Ham's mission impossible

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Mission Impossible: West Ham United head to Anfield to face Liverpool

Senegal head coach Alain Giresse says he is surprised Diafra Sakho is playing for West Ham despite being unable to join the national team at the Africa Cup of Nations.

Rumours that Tom Cruise is to reprise his "Mission Impossible" role, donning a claret-and-blue shirt for the latest in the film franchise tentatively titled "Anfield: Here We Go Again," can probably be discounted, but stranger things might be needed if West Ham are to gain three points against Liverpool on Saturday. The Hammers last beat the Reds at home in 1963: Geoff Hurst scored the winner, and it's been downhill ever since.

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It seems incredible to think that, bar the odd draw here and there,...

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West Ham's Sam Allardyce hits back at Senegal over Diafra Sakho

Diafra Sakho played in the FA Cup for West Ham after being ruled out of the African Nations Cup this month.

Sam Allardyce has continued a bitter war of words with Senegal football officials and insists West Ham did nothing wrong in playing Diafra Sakho last weekend.

The Hammers striker came off the bench to score the only goal in their FA Cup fourth-round victory over Bristol City on Sunday, despite having been ruled out of Senegal's African Nations Cup squad with a back injury.

And the relationship between club and country could also be soured further after Allardyce said he had struggled to communicate...

Premier League's best weekend bets

Are Manchester City a good bet to close the gap on Chelsea on Saturday?
Are Manchester City a good bet to close the gap on Chelsea on Saturday?

One game dominates the Premier League schedule this weekend: The clash between title contenders Chelsea and Manchester City at Stamford Bridge on Saturday. Jose Mourinho's Chelsea are in the driving seat in the title race but this game represents a fantastic opportunity for Manuel Pellegrini's defending champions to close the gap.

Here's a look at the best value bet in that match along with three others taking place this weekend, including Liverpool-West Ham, West Bromwich-Tottenham and Arsenal-Aston Villa.

Chelsea (home) vs. Manchester City

Asian handicap: Chelsea -0.5 (+108) vs. Man City +0.5 (-116)
3-way line: Chelsea +108 / Man City +289 / Draw +253
PickCenter public consensus money line pick: 64 percent Chelsea
Total: 2.5 (Over -104, Under -104)

It may be overstating things to say this game will decide where the Prem title ends up this season, but if Chelsea win they'll take some stopping. A victory for Jose Mourinho's side over their nearest challengers would put Chelsea eight points clear at the top with only 13 games to play. And given how Chelsea have performed this season, it's hard to see them throwing away that sort of lead.

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Allardyce hopeful over Fletcher transfer

West Ham United manager Sam Allardyce spoke to the media on Thursday ahead of his side's Premier League trip to Liverpool on Saturday.

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Darren Fletcher could still leave Man United for West Ham - Allardyce

Manchester United striker Robin van Persie says it is vital for the club to win the FA Cup, which represents their best chance of silverware this season.
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal expected a difficult FA Cup tie, and got one against Cambridge United.

Sam Allardyce still hopes to sign Darren Fletcher, but is not sure whether the Manchester United midfielder will decide to join West Ham.

The Hammers are among several clubs interested in the Scotland captain, who is also a target for West Bromwich Albion.

Fletcher, who will turn 31 on Sunday, is out of contract at Old Trafford in the summer and United are prepared to let him leave without a fee in the January window in recognition of his service to the club.

But there has been a hold-up amid reports...