Martinez believes that Everton should win with their performances

Roberto Martinez, Everton managerRoberto Martinez, Everton manager, feels that the 2-0 loss suffered by his side at the hands of Arsenal did not match the way that they’re performing, and white label sportsbooks can see that many fans are frustrated by what seems to be bad luck on the pitch.

The Gunners were able to score near the end of both halves thanks to Olivier Giroud and Tomas Rosicky, sealing the points, and leaving Everton with only one win out of their 11 games in the Premier League.

But Martinez saw Everton’s performance as an encouraging one, and believes that all that the team has to do right now is to win.

“I thought we controlled the game well, I thought we defended Arsenal very well,” said the manager.

“The disappointment is to concede a goal from a dead-ball situation [Giroud’s goal having come from a corner]. That is something that you can affect a bit better.

“The scoreline does not reflect what happened on the pitch, and that is positive.

Sam Allardyce felt ‘shocked’ by West Ham’s loss to Crystal Palace

Sam Allardyce felt ‘shocked’ by West Ham’s loss to Crystal PalaceSam Allardyce, West Ham boss, said that he was feeling “shocked” after his side suffered a loss of 3-1 at home to Crystal Palace on Saturday, in a Premier League clash that disappointed many fans, and price per head bookies can fully understand why they felt upset.

Glenn Murray was able to score on two occasions, and one goal was netted by Scott Dan. All of these three goals came thanks to crosses by Jason Puncheon, and two of them happened to be corners, something that made the late strike by Enner Valencia not matter much.

West ham were not able to capitalise on Murray’s dismissal as they now have six games in a row without a win, something that concerns many fans, and they seriously hope to see things turn around for the squad – hopefully as soon as possible.

“I’m shocked. Our level of performance wasn’t where I expected it to be,” said Allardyce, and many of the team’s fans were also in a state of disbelief.

“It’s disappointing when we’ve built expectation levels so high at home. It’s about the basics, really. If we don’t play to our best, we’ll struggle.

Robin Van Persie will be unavailable against Sunderland

Robin Van Persie out for two weeksRobin Van Persie, striker for Manchester United, will be unavailable for action when his side takes on Sunderland on Saturday in the Premiere League, but many fans were relieved to learn that Michael Clark is close to returning to the squad, and pay per head bookies are confident that his comeback can seriously help the team.

Van Persie suffered the injury when United were beaten last weekend 2-1 to Swansea City, and he was spotted with a protective boot later on when as he was on his way out of the Liberty Stadium.

Then Louis van Gaal said that the Netherlands international would not be available for action when his side faces Sunderland, and the United manager also said that it’s possible that for the following couple of weeks Van Persie won’t be able to feature for his side, something that gives many fans plenty of reasons to be concerned.

“He is injured,” said the manager. “It is an ankle problem. I do not think it is very heavy but ankle problems can take a long time.

“It is not one or two weeks.”