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Alan Martin contacted the sports desk with memories of when Leyton Orient met Arsenal in 1952.

Premier League players will be subjected to strict testing and even firmer social distancing measures if they are to return to training, according to reports.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson appeared to have put the brakes on a swift return for professional sport after revealing the coronavirus transmission rate is still too high to significantly ease the lockdown.

Watford are the latest club to rail against plans to end the season at neutral venues, with chairman Scott Duxbury saying the Premier League has a “duty of care” to address concerns about a “distorted nine-game mini-league”.

Alan Martin contacted the sports desk with memories of when Leyton Orient met Arsenal in 1952.

The year that changed cricket

Saturday, November 4, 2017

Book Review - The Cricket War by Gideon Haigh - Wisden, £12.99

The biggest annual youth sports event is expanding once again for 2015

The Hammers lost out to two goals in three minutes in their London derby clash with Arsenal at Upton Park

The Hammers made it three wins out of three this season against Spurs with a deserved victory at Upton Park

Premier League: West Ham United 1 Arsenal 3

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