Previous
Manchester United
FC Zorya Luhansk
7:05 PM UTC
Game Details
Sparta Prague
Internazionale
5:00 PM UTC
Game Details
AS Roma
FK Astra Giurgiu
7:05 PM UTC
Game Details
Hapoel Be'er
Southampton
5:00 PM UTC
Game Details
Fenerbahce
Feyenoord Rotterdam
7:05 PM UTC
Game Details
Police United
Olimpia
12:00 AM UTC Sep 30, 2016
Game Details
Honduras Progreso
W Connection FC
2:00 AM UTC Sep 30, 2016
Game Details
Deportivo La Guaira
San Lorenzo
10:15 PM UTC
Leg 2Aggregate: 1 - 2
Game Details
Cerro PorteƱo
Independiente Santa Fe
12:45 AM UTC Sep 30, 2016
Leg 2Aggregate: 0 - 2
Game Details
Next

Arsenal's transfer spending under Arsene Wenger since 1996

Former Arsenal vice president David Dein reflects on the first time he met Arsene Wenger in 1989.

One of the most hotly debated topics of Arsene Wenger's 20-year reign at Arsenal has been his spending in the transfer market... or lack thereof.

Some view Wenger as a master at handling the club's finances, looking for transfer bargains, selling players at high prices and constantly delivering lucrative Champions League football. Others view him as stingy, reluctant to part with the club's money, and accuse him of helping the club's owners to sacrifice sporting success for profits.

Wenger himself,...

 By Max Hicks

Swansea have ability to frustrate Liverpool in latest tough test

Brian McBride and Alexis Nunes react to reports of Bob Bradley being linked to the Swansea City managerial role.
Guidolin and Swansea are capable of derailing Liverpool but must play positively amid the pressure.

Manager Francesco Guidolin is under pressure to arrest a five-game winless streak but his chances of doing so against a slick Liverpool on Saturday look slim. The club's new American owners, Steve Kaplan and Jason Levien, are due to attend the match. Swansea might be hard pushed to get a positive result, but a positive performance could be enough to persuade the powers that be to give Guidolin a little more time.

It's funny how a single result can completely change the landscape of a team in crisis....

Everton's Ross Barkley must toughen up mentally if he's to fulfil his potential

Ross Barkley
Ross Barkley's form at Everton has ebbed and his international prospects appear dim at the moment.

Friday night football makes its way to Goodison Park as the latest international break looms with Everton chasing three points and a much-needed response to successive defeats last week. Crystal Palace are the visitors, and the home side can be thankful former Palace winger Yannick Bolasie now wears their colours, as the Congo international regularly tormented the Everton defence in recent meetings, especially at Goodison.

Bolasie is among those who need to perform if the Toffees are to return...

 By Steven Kelly

Liverpool flying but Daniel Sturridge uncertainty casts shadow at Anfield

ESPN FC's Brian McBride discusses Liverpool's start to the 2016-17 campaign.

There is a good vibe at Liverpool at the moment, not just with results but with the way they are being achieved.

Perhaps because of the club's history, fans and experts start to get a little ahead of themselves when things are going well. Even former boss Gerard Houllier spoke about them being good enough to win the title.

In August, fans wanted improvement but after just six league games the bar's already been raised. Football is about dreams, of course, and denying people theirs is wrong....

 By Mark Worrall

No quick fix for Antonio Conte as Chelsea plan to stop the rot

The ESPN FC crew discuss the transfer rumours at Chelsea.

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich reportedly paying Antonio Conte a visit on Monday fuelled intense speculation about the nature of the meeting.

Coming on the back of successive Premier League defeats to Liverpool and Arsenal, games in which the woeful shortcomings of the Blues' porous defence were exposed yet again, it's no surprise Abramovich felt the need to speak directly with Conte and view the players in training.

Following Saturday's 3-0 defeat at the Emirates, stand-in captain Branislav...

Crystal Palace must beware former favourite Yannick Bolasie

Alan Pardew looks back at Crystal Palace's win at Sunderland.

Friday night's match at Everton will feel strange for Crystal Palace fans, as they face the enigmatic Yannick Bolasie for the first time since his summer move to Merseyside. He delighted and frustrated in equal measure during his time in south London but will always be held in high regard by supporters at Selhurst Park.

Bolasie, like so many players that won Palace promotion to the Premier League back in 2012-13, arrived at the club as an outcast. Bristol City, his former club, were willing to let...