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Ajax Hannover kijken live ESPN Nederland - Voor de fans. Altijd en overal. 7 januari 2024 Online


10 uur geleden — John van 't Schip heeft de opstelling van Ajax bekendgemaakt voor het oefenduel met Hannover 96. Op het trainingskamp in Cádiz kiest de ...


Begovic, 32, has played 62 times for Bournemouth after joining them from Chelsea in 2017. The Bosnian has fallen out of favour and spent the early part of this season on loan in Azerbaijan with Qarabag. Aaron Ramsdale, 21, has been first choice goalkeeper for Eddie Howe this season, with Mark Travers, 20, chosen when he was unavailable. Arsenal moved three points clear at the top of the Women's Super League with a straightforward win over Brighton. FRIDAY'S STORIES Top stories Video - Van Dijk more deserving of Ballon d'Or than Messi00:29 10:00 - Emery under pressure Good morning and welcome to rolling coverage from the world of football news. First up: Unai Emery is edging close to the exit door at Arsenal with the Spaniard coach having reportedly lost the dressing room. As we all know, football is a funny old game, so it wouldn't be at all surprising if after beating the league leaders, Oxford went out a lost to a side that has struggled massively on the road this term. That said, when we take everything into account, the hosts are simply too difficult to oppose. Specifically, 'Oxford to Win & Under 3.5 Goals' stands out. Lincoln's lack of goals on the road (and in general of late) is a problem given that Oxford have been excellent at home, conceding zero goals in their last six at Kassam, five of which they've won. They've scored plenty at the other end but are yet to score more than three at home. If we consider this in conjunction with the above and the fact that Lincoln, despite losing two thirds of their away games, don't often get battered, a low-scoring home win appeals. However, the visitors have done a much better job of scoring goals on the road than Brescia have at home, notching 12 in eight. If only they hadn't conceded 16, then they may be OK. Lecce's last away match resulted in a 1-0 win over Fiorentina, but we shouldn't be fooled by the result. Although they kept a clean sheet, Saturday's visitors did anything but keep things tight. Frankly, had Fiorentina had their shooting boots on, then the visitors would've conceded multiple goals for the fourth time in five away matches. A second Celtic goal did feel inevitable, however, and when it did arrive it was the result of more slick passing - this time between Edouard and Christie - as the Frenchman slipped the ball beyond Lewis to ultimately secure the points. That may have been the case regardless but Aberdeen's chances of a second equaliser were greatly diminished by Cosgrove's dismissal. There was a time his sliding challenge on Ajer would have been deemed a good one, but in the modern game the speed and force of it caused Anderson to produce the red card. These two sides are on very different runs of form coming into this one. Of course, Huddersfield have lost just one of their last eight, which includes a four-game unbeaten record at home