LONDON EVENING STANDARD
Eden Hazard has revealed that Chelsea are starting to feel the pace of a long season and hopes fatigue will not cost them in the title race.
Arsene Wenger has revealed Arsenal are conducting an investigation into their medical and training methods after the club's injury list was exacerbated by setbacks for Aaron Ramsey and Mesut Ozil.
Jan Vertonghen admits Sunday's north London derby has taken on added significance for Tottenham following their Europa League defeat to Benfica.
Tony Pulis admits Marouane Chamakh's hamstring injury is a big blow to Crystal Palace's Premier League survival bid.
Brede Hangeland admits time is running out for Fulham in their bid to avoid relegation.
MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS
Wayne Rooney stands on the brink of goalscoring greatness ahead United's clash with Liverpool. The Englishman is just one goal shy of taking third place in the club's all-time top scorers list - a feat he would surely love to achieve against the club he grew up despising as a young Evertonian.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge admits he's relishing life as part of the Premier League's most lethal double act ahead of Sunday's showdown with Manchester United.
Spanish starlet Suso wants to return to Liverpool when his loan spell at Almeria expires - and pen a new long-term deal with the Reds.
Ross Barkley is returning to top form, insists Everton boss Roberto Martinez.
Alan Pardew believes that his No.2 John Carver is the perfect man to step into his shoes at Fulham tomorrow.
Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew will do all he can to make sure he behaves himself from now on.
Gus Poyet has set his players the challenge of winning FIVE more games this season in order to save their Premier League skins.
Paul Lambert has warned Premier League leaders Chelsea that Villa are out to derail their title bid, declaring: "We can hurt them - and they know it."
Jose Mourinho could scupper Aston Villa's plans to sign Ryan Bertrand permanently - insisting the loanee "has a future at Chelsea".
Under-pressure Albion manager Pepe Mel is dealing with an increasing injury crisis after Billy Jones, Steven Reid and Claudio Yacob were today ruled out of the crucial visit to Swansea on Saturday.
EXPRESS & STAR
Under-pressure Pepe Mel today claimed he would have quit Albion if he did not believe his players were up for the survival battle.
John Guidetti would love a first-ever Premier League start against West Ham tomorrow - but insists he can live with the disappointment of another place on the bench.
Hammers manager Sam Allardyce insists that a fit and fresh Andy Carroll can be England's secret weapon at the World Cup.
Stephen Arthurworrey hopes his loan spell at Tranmere Rovers will boost his chances of breaking into Fulham's first-team squad.
Cardiff City manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has revealed that the 4-0 home loss to Hull City was a turning point during his time in charge.
He has been one of the stars of Cardiff City's first Premier League season but Jordon Mutch is demanding more goals from himself in the relegation run-in.
THE PINK UN
Gary Hooper can be the man to fire Norwich City to Premier League safety, insists Chris Hughton.
THE DAILY ECHO
Saints look set to be without both Jack Cork and Victor Wanyama for tomorrow's game against Norwich.
Mauricio Pochettino says he is looking forward to enjoying a "very good working relationship" with new Saints chairman Ralph Krueger.
HULL DAILY MAIL
Hull City have set themselves a goal of three wins to secure Premier League survival - and hope to take a big step towards their target before their FA Cup semi-final.
YORKSHIRE EVENING POST
An embattled Brian McDermott made an impassioned plea for Leeds United to stand by him last night, insisting he had not lost faith in his own ability to take the club into the Premier League.
Paulo Wanchope believes Derby County's coaching staff have got what it takes to lead the Rams back to the Premier League.
Blackburn Rovers striker Leon Best has extended his loan stay with Championship rivals Sheffield Wednesday until the end of the season.
Lukas Jutkiewicz admits he would like to stay at Bolton beyond the end of his current loan deal.
Nigel Clough has predicted Sheffield United's march into the semi-finals of the FA Cup could accelerate their bid to regain Championship status.
Albion midfielder Keith Andrews has been told he could have a future back at Bolton.
Neil Lennon reckons Celtic can hang on to Virgil van Dijk this summer - despite reports that the player's agent declared he is set for England.
Dave King will help rebel Rangers fans to finalise plans for the formation of a trust for season ticket money at talks in Glasgow this weekend.