Manchester United goalkeeper Anders Lindegaard is impressed with West Ham's bright start in the Premier League, and says Sam Allardyce's men will pose the hosts plenty of problems on Wednesday evening.

The Danish international remains confident however, that should he keep his place ahead of David De Gea, he can handle whatever the Hammers throw at him.

Carl Jenkinson believes Arsenal can bounce back from their goalless draw with Aston Villa at the weekend by beating Everton tomorrow night.

The Gunners seem to have solved their defensive crisis, but while clean sheets are important to the young full-back, three points are vital in their upcoming encounter at Goodison Park.

Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has told his team-mates they need to accept the revolving managerial door at Stamford Bridge, or else they should leave the club.

The Czech Republic international has now worked under eight managers during his time in west London, after Roman Abramovich replaced Roberto Di Matteo with Rafa Benitez last week.

Meanwhile, Manchester City have no concerns over the fitness of captain Vincent Kompany ahead of their midweek trip to Wigan.

The Belgian turned in a man of the match performance in Sunday's 0-0 draw with Chelsea, and first-team coach David Platt says a second match in quick succession will not be a problem for the defender.

And finally, Tottenham defender Michael Dawson has shrugged off talk linking him with a move to QPR.

Reports have suggested Harry Redknapp wants to be reunited with Dawson at Loftus Road, but the 29-year-old remains fully focused on Spurs.

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