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  1. Southampton’s Jay Rodriguez Suffers Setback; Ruled Out For 6 More Weeks

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    Southampton manager Ronald Koeman expects Jay Rodriguez's rehabilitation from a long-term knee injury to keep him out for at least another six weeks.

    An awkward fall at Manchester City in April saw the 25-year-old rupture an anterior cruciate ligament, the injury ruling him out of the reckoning for England's World Cup squad.

    Rodriguez has yet to make his return more than eight months later and, having gone under the knife again last month to clear out his knee, a comeback does not appear imminent.

    Before the routine operation Saints had hoped to have last season's top scorer back for the hectic festive…

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  2. Christian Eriksen Could Become a Spurs Great

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    Christian Eriksen can become one of the Barclays Premier League’s best playmakers and go down in Tottenham folklore, according to team-mate Jan Vertonghen. The 22-year-old arrived in the summer of 2013 among the flurry of transfer dealings in the wake … Continue reading

  3. Top 5 Premier League Bets, 20-22 December

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    The Tyne-Wear derby between Newcastle and Sunderland plus Liverpool v Arsenal are the highlights of this weekend’s Premier League betting coupon, with six of the 10 fixtures having an odds-on team with the bookies. Easyodds.com editor Simon Hopper tipped Newcastle … Continue reading