Colossal’s talents will be raring to go in their respective match action over the coming days with highly anticipated fixtures occurring for our roster.
Alex will be looking to take another massive stride towards silverware success in the Premier League on Monday as Liverpool host West Ham on Monday night.
Meanwhile, at the top of the Premier League U18s table is Cody’s Fulham side, who travel to Southampton on Saturday morning.
Read more on what our client’s face next in this latest edition of the weekend preview:
Game of the Week: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
Opposition: West Ham (H)
Time: Monday, 8pm
TV: Sky Sports Main Event & Sky Sports Premier League
After Alex scored against West Ham for the third time in his career in the reverse fixture at the London Stadium, the Liverpool midfielder will be keen to add to that total in the hopes of another stride towards a first Premier League title.
The 26-year-old has been in scintillating form in recent matches, playing a pivotal role in the Reds’ unbeaten run in the league this season after 26 games.
As well as demonstrating his goalscoring capabilities in the current campaign with seven goals in all competitions, the world champion’s versatility playing either in centre midfield or on the right-wing will be another key asset against the Hammers on Monday night at Anfield.
Opposition: Southampton U18s (A)
Time: Saturday, 11am
Venue: Staplewood Training Ground
With Fulham’s U23s next game on Tuesday, this weekend could still present action for Cody having shown his experience in getting game time for the Cottagers’ U18s.
Cody has been a force at both left-back and right-back this season in helping the U18s to the top of the league table, ahead of local rivals Chelsea on goal difference.
With more than double the points of their upcoming opponents Southampton, Cody’s ability to make the difference at both ends of the pitch will be an added bonus for his side on Saturday.
Opposition: Stevenage (H)
Time: Saturday, 3pm
Venue: The People’s Pension Stadium
David has played an understated role in Crawley’s skirmish in League Two, with the Red Devils hovering around mid-table in the fourth-tier.
Like Cody, David has also been tested on the left side of Crawley’s resolute back four despite being a natural right-back. The 21-year-old’s youthful energy and presence for his team has certainly matched the league’s intensity.
These experiences for the former Watford ace will certainly help David in the future. Facing bottom-placed Stevenage, who have lost their last six games in all competitions will give the Kenyan and his teammates an extra incentive to claim victory at home on Saturday.
Opposition: West Brom (H)
Time: Saturday, 3pm
Venue: Ashton Gate
Kasey will be looking to spark life into Bristol City’s promotion hopes having come on as a second-half substitute in the 1-0 defeat away to Leeds United last Saturday.
Kasey was brought on in the encounter at Elland Road as a statement of intent with the box-to-box midfielder giving the visitors more control in the Robins’ search for a result.
Despite, coming up short against Leeds, Kasey will be hoping to help his team make amends against top of the table West Brom in the Championship affair at Ashton Gate.
Opposition: Barnsley (A)
Time: Saturday, 3pm
Venue: Oakwell Stadium
Having played a regular role in Middlesbrough’s season so far this season, that status isn’t set to change anytime soon for Marvin as the business end of the campaign approaches.
With Boro sitting eight points above the Championship’s bottom three, Marvin’s experience will certainly be called upon in this tough situation.
The 29-year-old has previously helped Motherwell escape from relegation in the Scottish Premiership having scored twice in a two-legged play-off against Rangers back in 2015.
Facing last-placed Barnsley away from home, Marvin’s high-level energy will certainly be on show at Oakwell on Saturday.
Opposition: Bayer Leverkusen (A)
Time: Sunday, 2:30pm
After completing the full 90 minutes in the reverse fixture against Bayer Leverkusen, Reece will be hopeful of making an impact against the 2002 Champions League finalists at the BayArena.
When featuring for Augsburg, Reece has been an important piece of Augsburg’s puzzle this season, often as a defensive midfielder, where the former England U20s captain has been given the freedom to display his technical qualities on the ball.
Against one of the most entertaining sides in the Bundesliga in Leverkusen, who are only six points behind Kingsley’s Bayern in sixth-place, Sunday’s match could be another exciting test in Reece’s career thus far.