Stats not encouraging as Fulham need to end wait for a win at Arsenal – with lack of knockout punch costing them in Premier League

Fulham need a win at Arsenal to revive their Premier League survival prospects – but the omens are not good. The west Londoners have never picked up maximum points against the Gunners in an away fixture – with their record a woeful five draws and 24 defeats.


Marcus Hook’s Surrey CCC column: Kemar Roach arrival is a timely boost

The arrival of West Indies seamer Kemar Roach could not be more timely for Surrey. Their opening game defeat at the hands of plucky Gloucestershire last week was disappointing on a number of levels. The only time one sensed Surrey had their noses in front at Bristol was on the final morning, thanks to a sixth wicket stand of 131 between Ben Foakes and Jordan Clark.


Millwall keeper Bialkowski reveals he played on with broken finger – as he looks to be Championship ever-present this season

Bart Bialkowski has revealed he played on with a broken finger as the Millwall keeper closes in on being a Championship ever-present.


“It would mean everything” – Charlton skipper Jason Pearce chasing third League One promotion of his career

Jason Pearce will do everything in his powers to help Charlton Athletic reach the play-offs as he dreams of a third League One promotion of his career.


AFC Wimbledon teen talent Ayoub Assal backed to stay grounded despite attention-grabbing displays

AFC Wimbledon head coach Mark Robinson has backed Ayoub Assal to stay grounded after his storming start to life in senior football.


Nigel Adkins asked about Charlton Athletic duo who have been absent from recent matchday squads

Nigel Adkins says that Albie Morgan and Matt Smith have still got a part to play for Charlton Athletic this season. The young duo both featured this week for the club’s U23s and have not been part of the recent senior matchday squads.


Nigel Adkins: Physical distancing still key for my Charlton squad – we don’t want training environment to be compromised

Nigel Adkins has reminded his Charlton Athletic players to keep abiding by social distancing rules despite the national lockdown easing a little at the start of this week.


Charlton Athletic have pre-season training plans in place – as Nigel Adkins asked about player recruitment process

Charlton Athletic’s pre-season plans are taking shape – with Nigel Adkins revealing they are set to have a training camp away from their Sparrows Lane training base.


Millwall boss Rowett set to use Championship finale to answer some big questions over squad for next season

Gary Rowett is set to use Millwall’s remaining five Championship matches to answer some squad questions which will aid his planning for next season.


Dons academy products hail leadership of Mark Robinson – “You want to run through brick walls for him”

AFC Wimbledon duo Will Nightingale and Jack Rudoni have praised the leadership of head coach Mark Robinson. The Dons beat Ipswich Town 3-0 on Tuesday evening at Plough Lane to move up to 19th spot in League One.


Swansea City could be a template for Millwall as they look to bridge the gap to Championship play-offs

After three successive wins and just one goal conceded in that run, last Saturday lunchtime’s defeat at the hands of Swansea City was perhaps a reality check of where Millwall are at.


Millwall boss identifies key thing his side need to do to make Brentford task simpler

Gary Rowett has warned his Millwall side they will have to “use the ball very well” to prevent Brentford building up a head of steam in Saturday’s derby.


Millwall boss tries to look at the positives despite key man’s season ending prematurely

Shaun Hutchinson’s calf injury has ruled him out of the rest of Millwall’s season – but manager Gary Rowett is trying to look on the bright side.


Johnnie Jackson gets the credit for Charlton Athletic’s opening goal at Sunderland

Nigel Adkins has praised Johnnie Jackson for the corner routine which led to Charlton’s first goal at Sunderland last weekend.


Hercules Wimbledon AC round-up: Four South London clubs in action in 5k race

Hundreds of runners enjoyed the experience of racing for the first time this year when they took part in Hercules Wimbledon’s 5km team races at Wimbledon Park on Sunday morning.


Vikram Solanki: Surrey determined to bounce back from shock defeat in County Championship opener

Surrey’s head coach Vikram Solanki says his players are determined to bounce back from last week’s shock opening game defeat to Gloucestershire in County Championship Group Two.


Charlton boss not ruling on-loan Chelsea teenager out of Ipswich match

Ian Maatsen has yet to be ruled out of Charlton’s home game against Ipswich Town on Saturday. The 19-year-old came off in the 66th minute of last weekend’s 2-1 victory at Sunderland.


Women’s football: Dulwich Hamlet sign West Ham keeper on loan

Dulwich Hamlet have signed West Ham goalkeeper Mia North on loan. The 19-year-old goalkeeper is on the academy books of the FA Women’s Super League outfit. North was previously at Yeovil Town Ladies, and has also featured with the Wales U19 set-up.


Bromley boss Andy Woodman’s verdict on 4-3 win over Woking

Bromley manager Andy Woodman praised James Alabi for his role in their dramatic 4-3 win at Woking on Tuesday evening.


QPR boss Warburton on failing to battle in Rotherham loss, broken nose for centre-back + praise for full debutant Kelman

Mark Warburton felt QPR didn’t “roll up their sleeves” in their 3-1 loss at Rotherham last night. Lyndon Dykes had given put the Rs ahead just after half time, before a Freddie Ladapo brace and a Matt Smith goal in injury time sealed the victory for Rotherham.

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