Evening Report: September 19
Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham and Barcelona news
Jack Wilshere says Arsenal can top their Champions League group after leaving Marseille with all three points last night.
Arsenal were tipped to struggle in a group that also contains Napoli and Borussia Dortmund, but Wilshere believes their win, coupled with Dortmund's loss, has put them in a great position.
Andre Villas-Boas says he will take nothing for granted as Tottenham take on Norwegian side Tromso at White Hart Lane tonight.
The manager will field a strong squad including new signings Erik Lamela and Christian Eriksen, whilst also gifting squad players Jermain Defoe and Lewis Holtby some playing time.
Michael Carrick has praised the plans to introduce a singing section at Old Trafford in an attempt to improve noise levels.
The atmosphere at Old Trafford can resemble a library from time to time, but the Manchester United midfielder believes the idea will work wonders.
Gael Clichy looks set to miss the crucial game against Manchester United on Sunday after failing to recover from a leg knock.
The left-back sat out Manchester City's Champions League win against Viktor Plzen and is not responding to treatment as well as predicted.
Branislav Ivanovic has defended his team after their 2-1 defeat at the hands of FC Basel in the Champions League last night.
Chelsea have been heavily criticised following the shock result, but Ivanovic has insisted that it should be treated as a blip rather than a major problem.
And finally Gerardo Martino has defended Barcelona's playing style following their 4-0 victory over Ajax in the Champions League.
Barcelona were criticised by fans for playing long ball tactics, but Martino insists he never planned to exclusively adhere to the tiki-taka style implemented by Pep Guardiola.