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Recent Soccer News
Marcos Rojo (D)  Manchester United
Rojo (quad) will not play Saturday against Aston Villa, according to the Mirror.
Brek Shea (M/D)  Orlando City SC
Shea officially signed with Orlando City SC on Friday.
Dejan Lovren (D)  Liverpool
Lovren will have a late fitness test ahead of Sunday's Premier League match against Arsenal after picking up a groin injury during Liverpool's midweek Capital One Cup match against Bournemouth, the club's official website reports.
Papiss Cisse (F)  Newcastle United
Cisse returned to training Friday and he is expected to play Sunday against Sunderland despite dealing with a heavy cold, the Chronicle reports.
Gareth Barry (M)  Everton
Barry is eligible to play Saturday against Southampton after serving a one-match yellow-card accumulation ban.
James McCarthy (M)  Everton
Everton manager Roberto Martinez said Friday that the club's medical staff is still trying to figure out a training program to help McCarthy return from his hamstring injury.
Kevin Mirallas (M)  Everton
Mirallas is unlikely to play Saturday against Southampton due to an ankle injury picked up Monday against QPR, the club's official website reports.
Jak Alnwick (G)  Newcastle United
Alnwich suffered a shoulder injury during Newcastle's midweek Capital One Cup loss to Tottenham, but he has been passed fit for Saturday's Premier League match against Sunderland, the Chronicle reports.
David Ospina (G)  Arsenal
Ospina (thigh) is back in full training and he could be available for Sunday's match against Liverpool.
Theo Walcott (M)  Arsenal
Manager Arsene Wenger said Thursday that Walcott (groin) is back in full training and could be available Sunday against Liverpool.
Didier Drogba (F)  Chelsea
Drogba picked up an ankle injury during Chelsea's midweek Capital One Cup match against Derby County, but manager Jose Mourinho said Friday that he expects Drogba to be fit for Monday's Premier League match against Stoke City.
Kurt Zouma (D)  Chelsea
Manager Jose Mourinho said Friday that Zouma (head) is expected to be fit for Monday's match against Stoke City.
Thibaut Courtois (G)  Chelsea
Manager Jose Mourinho said Friday that Courtois (groin) may be able to return Monday to face Stoke City. "I think so, I can't confirmed 100 percent but I think so."
Marouane Fellaini (M)  Manchester United
Fellaini has been ruled out for Manchester United's match against Aston Villa on Saturday because of an illness.
Angel Di Maria (M)  Manchester United
Manager Louis van Gaal said Friday that Di Maria (hamstring) could be available off the bench Saturday at Aston Villa, but likely wouldn't start because of a lack of match fitness.
Hatem Ben Arfa (M)  Hull City
Ben Arfa has been informed he has played his last match for Hull City, reports BBC Sport.
Michael Dawson (D)  Hull City
Dawson is expected to miss up to a month because of a hamstring tear, reports Sky Sports.
Charlie Austin (F)  Queens Park Rangers
Austin is eligible to face West Brom on Saturday after serving a one-match ban for picking up two yellow cards Dec. 6 against Burnley.

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