The Sun and the Daily Star lead their front pages with the words of Shauna Muamba, Fabrice's fiancee, via Twitter: "God is in control. Please keep @fmuamba in ur prayers."
The Daily Mirror leads with the news that the player's heart apparently stopped for two hours, during which time the Bolton star was kept alive by artificial intervention, administered from the moment the medics arrived on the scene.
And a report in the Daily Express reveals that Muamba had the highest standard of care right from the outset. In the crowd at White Hart Lane on Saturday was Dr Andrew Deaner, a consultant cardiologist at the London Chest Hospital, who raced on to the pitch to give the benefit of his advice and expertise.
Deaner apparently accompanied Muamba in the ambulance to the specialist unit at which he works, which the Express's expert claims is the best in the country: "It's better to drive past two other hospitals to get to the London Chest Hospital. Fabrice could not be in a better place."
The Daily Mirror quotes a Dr Graham Stuart of Sports Cardiology UK saying that heart checks carried out on 16- and 17-year-old footballers in Britain generally pick up congenital heart defects.
Another expert, Dr Jonathan Hill of King's College Hospital, explained to the same paper that the player was "just unlucky", since "you can develop a problem with the heart out of the blue".
The Daily Telegraph's report quotes another cardiologist - speaking on condition of anonymity - who agrees that the current screening is limited in its effectiveness: "There is some evidence that these conditions may not be apparent when a player is 17 but may become apparent later... If you have a normal echocardiogram at 17 or 18, it doesn't mean you will in three years' time, if you have the wrong gene."
On the back pages, The Sun and the Daily Mirror report that Bolton's devastated squad may now pull out of the FA Cup rather than face the prospect of a traumatic return to White Hart Lane.
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