Evening Report: September 20

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Arsene Wenger has praised the determination of Aaron Ramsey ahead of Arsenal's Premier League encounter against Stoke City.

Ramsey suffered a broken leg against Stoke in 2010 but has recovered to become one of the Premier League's best performers so far this season.

Tottenham captain Michael Dawson is looking forward to playing Premier League new boys Cardiff City on Sunday.

The north London side travel to the Cardiff City Stadium just three days after their 3-0 Europa League win over Tromso.

David Moyes has lauded Manchester United pair Antonio Valencia and Wayne Rooney ahead of Sunday's Manchester derby.

The Red Devils boss singled out the duo after they impressed in the Champions League against Bayern Leverkusen in midweek.

Fulham boss Martin Jol believes his side can defeat Chelsea on Saturday.

The Dutchman also said in his pre-match press conference that he thought playing the west London rivals is like playing a home game.

Manchester City star David Silva is in contention to start the Manchester derby.

The Spanish midfielder has missed City's last two games due to a thigh problem but has shaken off the injury in time for Sunday's clash.

And finally, Barcelona forward Alexis Sanchez has warned La Liga defenders he is not 'on top his game yet'.

The Chile international failed to make any real impact last season - but has netted two goals in three La Liga games so far this term.

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