14th February 2020

As Alex returns from his winter break in the Premier League, the Champions League winner joins Colossal’s stars in another weekend of exciting action.

The 26-year-old travels to East Anglia with Liverpool, facing a Norwich City side in a top vs bottom affair in the Premier League in the Saturday late kick-off.

Meanwhile in Germany, Colossal’s latest signing in talented Bayern and France winger Kingsley Coman will be raring to go in his bid back to full fitness away to FC Köln on Sunday afternoon.

Here is the full rundown of what lies ahead for our client’s in the coming days:

Game of the Week: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

Opposition: Norwich City (A)

Time: Saturday, 5:30pm

Venue: Carrow Road

TV: Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports Football

Alex will be bidding to make a sixth successive league start in the visit to struggling Norwich City on Saturday.

The energetic England international has been a vital cog in a record-breaking Liverpool side that have earned 100 points from the last 102 available to the Champions League holders.

Coming back off his goal in the 4-0 home victory against Southampton, Alex is becoming an important goalscoring outlet from midfield for the world champions – with seven goals in all competitions this season.

Cody Drameh & Martell Taylor-Crossdale

Opposition: Aston Villa (H)

Time: Friday, 7pm

Venue: Motspur Park

Cody and Martell will hope to rejuvenate their Fulham U23s side in what’s been a tough period of form for the young cottagers.

In the duo’s last encounters, Cody completed the full 90 minutes as the U18s were unfortunate to lose 1-0 away to Manchester City in the fifth-round FA Youth Cup tie.

Meanwhile, Martell, who has won the prestigious youth competition twice with Chelsea, played the entirety of the U23s 1-0 Premier League Cup loss at Watford last Friday.

The pair will be desperate to turn the Development Squad’s fortunes around as Aston Villa visit Motspur Park.

David Sesay

Opposition: Carlisle United (H)

Time: Saturday, 3pm

Venue: The People’s Pension Stadium

After making his 50th senior career appearance in the 2-1 away loss to Crewe on Tuesday night, David has hopes of building on reaching this impressive milestone at just 21-years-old.

The right-back has shown his versatility for Crawley in recent games. A natural right-back that provides plenty of attacking instinct, David played as a left-midfielder and left-back in the Red Devils’ last two games.

This ability to adapt to different positions will be valuable for a Crawley side currently in the mid-table mix in League Two heading into the home clash against Carlisle.

Kasey Palmer

Opposition: Leeds United (A)

Time: Saturday, 3pm

Venue: Elland Road

A 50th senior career start for Kasey may well present itself on Saturday in Bristol City’s travels to Leeds United.

The two-time FA Youth Cup winner has propelled himself to the professional podium in recent years as his permanent move to the Robins in the summer showed a statement intent for his career.

Kasey will be desperate to be the difference maker at Elland Road against a side struggling for form as City also have plans of promotion to the Premier League.

Kingsley Coman

Opposition: FC Köln (A)

Time: Sunday, 2:30pm

Venue: RheinEnergieStadion

TV: BT Sport 3

After a two month absence with a knee injury, Kingsley’s absence was felt amongst his Bayern teammates who are in a closely-fought battle at the top of the Bundesliga.

Colossal’s latest addition, who has won nine major honours since moving to the Bavarian club, has the chance to make a monumental impact in the hopes of lifting a fifth German top-flight title.

Kingsley made a brief return in the goalless draw on Sunday at home to RB Leipzig. A start this weekend, would certainly boost Bayern’s chances of earning a crucial victory away to FC Köln.

Marvin Johnson

Opposition: Luton Town (H)

Time: Saturday, 3pm

Venue: Riverside Stadium

Kicking off at the same time as Kasey, Marvin will also be looking to help his side to a win at the weekend with Middlesbrough in need of the three points.

Marvin has played a regular role for Boro, predominately as a left-wing-back whilst also being utilised as an out and out winger.

With 25 appearances to his name in the Championship this season, another positive display from Marvin could see Boro move up from their 18th position in the second tier at home to Luton Town.