Tevez offered a second chance

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Arsenal will be looking to strengthen their position at the top of Group F with a victory against Marseille at the Emirates Stadium tonight.

Arsene Wenger's side are high in confidence following Saturday's morale boosting win at Chelsea, and will clinch qualification with a win.

Defenders Thomas Vermaelen and Carl Jenkinson are fit and available for selection, but Kieran Gibbs and Marouane Chamakh remain sidelined.

Chelsea are also in action tonight, facing Genk as they look to bounce back from what Andre Villas-Boas described as a "disastrous week".

In other news, Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has praised his unbeaten side after victory at Stoke last night lifted them to 3rd place.

Roberto Mancini is reportedly ready to give Carlos Tevez another chance at Manchester City if the striker apologises for his behaviour.

And finally, Wayne Rooney, Nani, Sergio Aguero and Luis Suarez have all been shortlisted for the prestigious FIFA Ballon D'or trophy.

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