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Summary

  1. Premier League: Everton v QPR (20:00 GMT)
  2. Champions League draw: Man City v Barcelona
  3. PSG v Chelsea, Arsenal v Monaco
  4. Europa League draw: Celtic v Inter Milan, Liverpool v Besiktas
  5. Tottenham v Fiorentina, Young Boys v Everton
  6. GET INVOLVED: Tell us your Champions League predictions

Live Reporting

By Andy Cryer and Adam Williams

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good evening

    That's all from the Sportsday team for today. Thanks for joining us.

    The team will be back from 08:00 on Tuesday, but stick around this evening and join Tom Rostance and the team for live coverage of Everton v QPR from 18:45.

  2. More on Ashley and Rangers SFA investigation

    Football

    Mike Ashley

    Rangers and Mike Ashley have been accused of breaching several Scottish Football Association rules relating to his dual interest in Rangers and Newcastle.

    Ashley owns 8.29% of the Ibrox club and he has an agreement in place with the SFA that he will not increase that shareholding to above 10%.

    Both Rangers and Ashley have been issued with a notice of complaint. The case will be heard on 27 January.

  3. Gray feels local pride after first hat-trick

    Football

    Demarai Gray

    Birmingham City's teenage forward Demarai Gray is keen to build on the feeling of local pride he got from registering his first professional hat-trick.

    The 18-year-old claimed a treble in the space of 34 first-half minutes in Saturday's 6-1 thrashing of Reading.

    "It was a nice feeling for myself," he told BBC WM.

    "I'm a Birmingham boy and I've been at the club since I was 10. I know fans like to see local players and playing for the Blues' first team means everything to me."

  4. Beasley calls time on USA career

    Football

    United States defender DaMarcus Beasley has announced his retirement from international football.

    Beasley, 32, has been capped 121 times and is the only player to represent the USA at four World Cups.

    The former PSV Eindhoven, Rangers and Manchester City player made the announcement on his Instagram page.

    DaMarcus Beasley Instagram post

    "Representing my country has been the greatest thing I've done in my career," he said.

  5. Dagenham extend Obileye loan

    Football

    League Two side Dagenham & Redbridge have extended Ayo Obileye's loan spell.

    The 20-year-old Charlton Athletic defender, who joined the Daggers in November on a month's loan, will stay with them until 3 January.

  6. Pietersen released by Daredevils

    Cricket

    Kevin Pietersen

    Kevin Pietersen has been released by his Indian Premier League side Delhi Daredevils.

    Pietersen, 34, captained the side in last year's competition, but was unable to prevent them from finishing bottom of the table.

    The Daredevils have decided to release 13 players from their 2014 squad, including New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor and South Africa all-rounder Wayne Parnell.

  7. SFA Rangers investigation

    Rangers, and shareholder Mike Ashley have been accused of breaching several Scottish Football Association rules relating to his dual interest in Rangers and Newcastle, the SFA has announced.

  8. Seasonal support

    Everton v QPR (20:00 GMT)

    Mark Chapman

    BBC Sport presenter

    Everton reindeer

    Bluenose reindeer at Goodison #efc

    Join Mark Chapman on BBC Radio 5 live for the Monday night club from 19:00 GMT. He'll be joined by Phil Neville before full commentary from Goodison Park from 20:00 GMT.

  9. Everton v QPR (20:00 GMT)

    Joey Barton

    Here's a stat-attack for you ahead of this evening's Premier League match at Goodison Park:

    - Everton have won just six points from their last six Premier League matches (W1 D3 L2).

    - The Toffees have won only two of their last eight Premier League games at Goodison Park (W2 D3 L3).

    - According to Opta, Everton have made more errors leading directly to goals than any other team in the Premier League this season (eight).

  10. Yarnold to miss World Cup event

    Skeleton

    Lizzy Yarnold

    British Skeleton has withdrawn Lizzy Yarnold from the season's second World Cup in Calgary under medical advice.

    Olympic champion Yarnold experienced some symptoms of dizziness during her victory at the season opener in Lake Placid on Friday.

    She said: "I'm naturally disappointed not to be able to race on Friday. I enjoyed getting back into the mindset last week and winning.

    "I felt dizzy at the end of the first run in Lake Placid, but felt okay before the second run and knew that I could go for it but in our sport where we are travelling at such high speeds these things happen and we have to look after ourselves."

  11. Latest gossip

    Simon Mignolet, Liverpool

    Liverpool are planning to sign Norwich goalkeeper John Ruddy for around £8m in January as speculation grows over Simon Mignolet's long-term future at Anfield, the Daily Star reports.

    Mignolet was left out of the 3-0 defeat against Manchester United on Sunday with Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers saying the Belgium international was dropped "indefinitely".

    Ruddy, 28, is also rumoured to be interesting Crystal Palace.

  12. Post update

    Jennie Jones

    British snowboarder Jenny Jones on twitter: Brilliant night @BBCSPOTY congrats to @LewisHamilton #SPOTY2014 and he's off snowboarding this week, Awesome!

    Snowboarding? No taking it easy for Hamilton then...

  13. League Cup quarter-final

    Sheffield United v Southampton (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

    Southampton manager Ronald Koeman: "I'd like to go on doing what we did before [in the #CapitalOneCup], which means we don't make a lot of changes.

    "We won't take a risk because of the programme we have, but we'll play a strong team"

  14. Champions League draw reaction

    Manchester City v Barcelona

    Lionel Messi

    Argentina and Barcelona forward Lionel Messi on Facebook: Looking forward to playing in the next round of the UEFA Champions League. It'll be really nice to face my friend Sergio Aguero as I always beat him at FIFA, but let's see what happens on the pitch.

    Now that is match up on the computer I would like to watch...

  15. LATEST GOSSIP

    The Daily Mirror reports Manchester United fans were forced to remove a banner mocking Steven Gerrard from Old Trafford terraces during Sunday's 3-0 win.

    They claim Supporters in the Scoreboard End unfurled a banner, reading: "Au revoir Gerrard, Come back when you've won one," accompanied by a silhouette of the Reds captain's fateful slip against Chelsea last season. But that it was removed by stewards.

  16. Fabregas to make Chelsea return

    Derby v Chelsea (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

    Cesc Fabregas

    Midfielder Cesc Fabregas is available following suspension as Chelsea travel to Derby for their League Cup quarter-final clash on Tuesday night.

    Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois is unlikely to be risked after missing the Premier League leaders' win over Hull with a minor muscular injury, so Petr Cech is poised to continue in goal.

    Manager Jose Mourinho plans to rest Gary Cahill, with Kurt Zouma coming in, and may make a number of other changes, rotating his players ahead of the heavy festive fixture list.

    Provisional squad: Cech, Ivanovic, Luis, Fabregas, Zouma, Ramires, Oscar, Hazard, Drogba, Mikel, Schurrle, Salah, Remy, Costa, Matic, Willian, Terry, Azpilicueta, Schwarzer, Beeney, Loftus-Cheek, Christensen.

  17. Get involved

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    Michael, Manchester, on text: Just heard that Chesterfield have been ordered to replay their FA cup match after fielding an ineligible player when Bury were thrown out for doing the same thing. IM FUMING!

  18. Formula 1 season in numbers

    Formula 1

    Formula One

    Enjoy the Formula 1 season? Well, here is a chance to relive the campaign in numbers. Enjoy.

  19. FA Cup tie to be replayed

    The FA Cup second round tie between MK Dons and Chesterfield is to be replayed, following an order by the FA.

    Chesterfield admitted breaching competition rules after fielding an ineligible player, Georg Margreitter, in their 1-0 win at MK Dons on 6 December.

    Margreitter - on loan from Wolverhampton Wanderers - played in the fixture without the FA receiving written permission in advance.

    The FA has ordered the tie be replayed to a finish, without a replay, at the earliest possible opportunity.

    Chesterfield had been drawn against away to either Scunthorpe or Worcester City in the third round.

  20. Post update

    Arsenal fc

    Arsenal FC on twitter: Back to the future for the boss... it's @Arsenal v @AS_Monaco in the #ChampionsLeague.

    You haven't aged a bit Arsene...

  21. LATEST GOSSIP

    The Daily Mail reports Manchester United and Southampton are keen on signing Dutch midfielder Wesley Sneijder, after the 30-year-old told the Turkish club he wants out in January.

  22. LATEST GOSSIP

    Marek Hamsik

    Arsenal are plotting a double raid on Serie A with Roma striker Mattia Destro, 23, and Napoli midfielder Marek Hamsik, 27, high on Arsene Wenger's January wish list, reports the Daily Star.

  23. Rio 2016 to feature morning finals

    The IAAF has published its full Athletics timetable for the Rio Olympic games and confirmed that some finals will take place during morning sessions, rather than just the evenings.

    There is at least one final in all of the morning sessions.

    "Having finals in the morning will also ensure that we receive maximum visibility for athletics at the Olympic Games across all time zones," said competitions director Paul Hardy.

  24. LATEST GOSSIP

    Barcelona boss Luiz Enrique is reported in Spain newspaper Marca to have said he doesn't read newspapers - for health reasons.

    He is quoted as saying about Real Madrid's advantage at the top of the Liga: "The four-point lead? It's nothing definitive. We were four points ahead earlier in the season and the gap evaporated quickly", he remarked.

    "I haven't read the criticism for some time now. My doctor told me not to".

  25. Form too good to ignore - Karanka

    Football

    Head coach Aitor Karanka says Middlesbrough's fellow Championship promotion rivals are using his in-form side as a "reference".

    Boro are second behind Bournemouth on goals scored alone, and on an eight-game unbeaten run which was extended by Saturday's 2-0 win against Derby.

    "The rest of the teams respect us more each day," Karanka told BBC Tees. "We can feel it is not a coincidence when Middlesbrough is winning most of their games."

  26. Get involved

    #bbcsportsday

    Geoff Naylor: Ravel Morrison was seen as one of the most promising young English players. Now he can't even impress in the Championship...

  27. Morrison returns to West Ham

    Football

    Ravel Morrison

    Ravel Morrison has returned to West Ham United after his loan spell with Cardiff City came to a premature end, reports Wales Online. The forward had been due to end his time with the Bluebirds on Boxing Day but after struggling to impress at Cardiff City Stadium, Morrison is reported to have returned to his parent club before the deadline.

  28. Get involved

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    Martin, Staffs, on text: As a City fan I'm wondering if the Champions League is drawn every year or whether they re-use past draws. Have drawn Bayern 3 times out of 4 and Barca 2 out of 2!

  29. Hooper wants promotion with Norwich

    Football

    Norwich City striker Gary Hooper says he wants to win promotion after the club's 5-0 win over Huddersfield Town.

    The former Celtic striker, 26, provided two assists for the Canaries as they moved up to seventh in the Championship table.

    When asked if he wanted to stay for the rest of the season, Hooper told BBC Radio Norfolk: "I want to get promoted. There's no point playing if you don't."

  30. Rovers under transfer embargo

    Football

    Blackburn Rovers's managing director Derek Shaw has been talking to the Lancashire telegraph about the Championship club facing a New Year transfer embargo after failing Financial Fair Play (FFP) requirements.

    He said: "A lot of effort and hard work has been done to reduce player costs over the last two years, but we have wanted to rebuild and challenge in this division at the same time, and we will continue to do that.

    "Whilst the ruling will clearly present some difficulties, we will of course respect the rules of the Football League."

  31. LATEST GOSSIP

    The Daily Mail report QPR want Blackburn strike duo Jordan Rhodes and Rudy Gestede. They also claim Ross McCormack can leave Fulham and West Ham are eying Sporting Lisbon striker Islam Slimani.

  32. Everton v QPR (20:00 GMT)

    Football

    Les Ferdinand

    - QPR have won on three of their six Premier League visits to Goodison Park, including a 5-3 victory in April 1993 when Les Ferdinand scored a 13-minute hat-trick.

    - The Toffees have managed just three wins in their 12 Premier League meetings with QPR.

    - Everton beat QPR 4-0 at Goodison Park in the FA Cup third round in January.

  33. Post update

    Formula 1

    Scuderia Ferrari on twitter: Esteban Gutierrez joins us as new test and reserve driver! Welcome.

  34. Waddock comfortable as Pompey assistant

    Football

    Gary Waddock says he has arrived at Portsmouth to assist manager Andy Awford - not replace him.

    Waddock was appointed assistant manager on Friday following the departure of Alan McLoughlin earlier in the month.

    "I have come in to support Andy Awford, his staff and players," the 52-year-old told BBC Radio Solent's Sportshour show. "I have done this role before at MK Dons with Karl Robinson so I'm comfortable with the position. I've been a number one, but I've been a number two also."

  35. Vote results

    Voting is now closed on whether an English team can win the Champions League. The answer? Yes they can - well that is what 54.2% of you think.

  36. Hereford United adjourned in court again

    Football

    Hereford United's winding-up order at the High Court has been adjourned again - until this Friday (16:30 BST), reports BBC Midlands Today's Dan Pallett.

    The judge will expect the £1m investment promised by Bulls chairman Andy Lonsdale to have been paid into the club by then.

    This is the ninth time that the Bulls - who now play in the Southern League - have had the case adjourned.

  37. Champions League draw reaction

    Chelsea v Paris St-Germain

    Paris St-Germain defender Marquinhos says his side will not repeat the "mistakes" that cost the French club in last season's Champions League quarter final against Chelsea

    "Chelsea have already won the Champions League (in 2012) and are top of their league," he told PSG TV. "They will give everything to earn progression (to the quarter finals).

    "Last year's elimination was painful. We will build on that to avoid repeating the same mistakes."

  38. Name those Mascots

    Vinicius and Tom

    Meanwhile, the mascots for the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games have been named.

    The Olympic mascot will be called Vinicius and the Paralympic mascot Tom.

    The names were chosen by a public vote and pay tribute to Brazilian musicians Vinicius de Moraes and Tom Jobim.

    They were part of the group that created the distinctive Bossa Nova sound and wrote "The Girl from Ipanema", one of the most-played songs of all time.

    I've been humming it pretty much non-stop since the announcement

  39. Rome to bid for 2024 Olympics

    Matteo Renzi

    Rome has officially declared its intention to bid to host the 2024 summer Olympic games.

    Prime Minister Matteo Renzi confirmed its interest as a candidate city earlier.

    Kenya has also emerged as a potential bidder. The 2024 host will be announced in 2017.

  40. Birthday wishes

    Jockey Frankie Dettori

    It's a case of many happy returns today to among others, jockey Frankie Dettori (44), former West Indies, Kent and Lancashire all-rounder Carl Hooper (48) and former Scotland striker Joe Jordan (63).

  41. Europa League draw reaction

    Ian Snodin

    Everton club ambassador Ian Snodin on their draw against Young Boys in the round of 32: "We're very happy with that, I'm sure the boss, the players and the fans will be too.

    "It's a short journey over there as well, only an hour-and-a-half away.

    "I'm sure they'll be another invasion of Evertonians on the continent come February."

  42. Europa League draw reaction

    Marco Fassone, Inter Milan chief executive, on his side's meeting with 1967 European Cup final opponents Celtic: "It is certainly a classic.

    "All Inter fans remember the European Cup final with the glorious team of the 1960s.

    "It is a fantastic tie - there are great emotions about playing at Celtic Park. It will be fantastic.

    "Both clubs have a strong history - both teams are well known not only domestically, but also on internationally."

  43. Europa League draw reaction

    Fredy Bickel, Young Boys sporting director, speaking to Uefa.com about his side's meeting with Everton: "We are happy to have got Everton. They are a famous club and attractive opponents.

    "We hope to be able to count on our fans again on 19 February in Berne and to have an atmospheric match there.

    "We are expecting lots of English supporters as well. Maybe our players will be a bit disappointed - they sent me to Nyon with the instruction to bring Inter Milan back - but I believe they will also be happy to face Everton."

    Goodison Park or the San Siro? Surely there's little to choose between the two?

  44. Up for the cup

    Simon Francis with pupils and League Cup

    BBC South Today sports presenter Tony Husband has been out and about with Bournemouth's Simon Francis today ahead of their League Cup quarter-final tie against Liverpool on Wednesday.

    Simon had a surprise for pupils at Corpus Christie School in Bournemouth when he brought in the trophy to show off.

  45. On this day

    Tim to wind back the clock a bit and look back on some notable sporting events from years gone by on 15 December:

    In 1982, England beat Luxembourg 9-0 in a European Championship qualifier, at the time a record score in the tournament.

    In 2008,Sachin Tendulkar hit an emotional 41st Test hundred as India recorded the fourth-highest chase in Test history to defeat England in Chennai, less than three weeks after the Mumbai attacks halted the tour.

    Sachin celebrates hundred in Chennai 2008

    And, as recently as this day in 2013,Tottenham were beaten 5-0 by Liverpool in what proved to be Andre Villas-Boas' last match as Spurs manager.

    Luis Suarez celebrates
  46. Europa League draw

    Four British clubs also discovered their fate in the Europa League round of 32 draw.

    Here's who the sides were paired against:

    Celtic v Inter Milan

    Liverpool v Besiktas

    Tottenham v Fiorentina

    Young Boys v Everton

  47. Champions League draw

    It's 14:00 and if you're just joining us for the first time today, here's a recap of the earlier events in the Champions League last 16 draw:

    17 February and 11 March:

    Paris St-Germain v Chelsea

    Shakhtar Donetsk v Bayern München

    18 February and 10 March:

    Schalke v Real Madrid

    Basel v Porto

    24 February and 18 March:

    Manchester City v Barcelona

    Juventus v Borussia Dortmund

    25 February and 17 March:

    Bayer Leverkusen v Atletico Madrid

    Arsenal v Monaco

  48. LATEST GOSSIP

    Kevin Strootman

    The Daily Star reports Chelsea and Manchester United have suffered blows in their pursuits of Roma midfielder Kevin Strootman, reporting Roma's chief executive officer, Mauro Baldissoni, has reiterated the club's desire not to sell the Dutch midfielder.

  49. Get involved

    #bbcsportsday

    Alexander J Green: Despite their second place, Arsenal (for once) have got the luck of the draw... No excuses this time, a QF place beckons.

  50. Europa League

    Europa League

    Europa League dates and kick-off times for the Europa League last 32 second leg matches.

  51. Europa League

    Europa League

    The kick off times and dates for the first leg last 32 ties in the Europa League have been released.

  52. Get involved

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    Finian, Peterborough, on text: Tough game for Liverpool ... Football.

    Ted, Cowsick, on text: Easy draw for Celtic. Could go all the way. Mon the Hoops.

    Jason St Lawrence: Back to the Ataturk for Liverpool!! Besiktas playing there during ground renovation. 

  53. BreakingBREAKING NEWS

    The FA confirm to BBC Sport that Wigan chairman Dave Whelan has accepted his FA charge and has asked for a "non-personal" hearing - ie. He doesn't attend in person and submits his evidence in writing.

    They also confirm that Liverpool striker Mario Balotelli has accepted his charge for his Super Mario re-tweet and has asked for a non-personal hearing too.

  54. Cardiff v Colchester on the box

    The FA Cup Third Round clash between Cardiff City and Colchester United has been moved to Friday 2 January and will be televised live on BBC Two Wales.

    The game at the Cardiff City Stadium will kick-off at 19:45 GMT.

    Russell Slade's Cardiff sit 11th in the Championship while Colchester United will be hoping a cup run can inspire some better league form as they are currently second-bottom of League One.

  55. Liverpool there for taking - Case

    Football

    Away from the European draws, ex-Liverpool and Bournemouth midfielder Jimmy Case has said the Premier League side are "there for the taking" ahead of Wednesday's League Cup quarter-final between the two at Dean Court.

    Liverpool were beaten 3-0 by Manchester United on Sunday in the same week they exited the Champions League.

    The Cherries, meanwhile, are currently top of the Championship.

    "If I was a Bournemouth fan I would be rubbing my hands," Case told BBC Radio Solent's Sportshour show on Friday. "Liverpool are there for the taking. I watch Liverpool every game. The lack of confidence within the side, the work ethic, there is a lot of work to do to get them back on track."

  56. Champions League

    Chelsea v Paris St-Germain

    Most tackles

    Chelsea midfielder Nemanja Matic will be a key player for the Blues if they are to progress beyond Paris St-Germain in the last 16 of the Champions League. He has made more tackles in this season's tournament than anyone else...

  57. Europa League draw reaction

    Besiktas striker Demba Ba tweets: Good draw. Back to England once again. To face @LFC

  58. Europa League draw

    Liverpool v Besiktas

    Ahmet Nur Cebi, Besiktas board member, on his side's Europa League last 32 meeting with Liverpool: "The Turkish sporting community will see an entertaining match. I repeat what I always said: Liverpool should be more concerned about us than we are about them. We will knock Liverpool out of the competition. There is an account which wasn't settled in England from previous years. Yes, I mean that 8-0 defeat. We'll settle the account now. History is history and we're not living in the past, but it's an opportunity."

    Strong words there Ahmet. Game on.

  59. Champions League vote

    You can vote on whether you think an English club will win the Champions League by clicking on the yes or no tabs on the right of this page. We will reveal the answers later.

  60. Europa League draw reaction

    Besiktas striker Demba Ba speaking to Uefa.com on meeting Liverpool in the round of 32 of the Europa League: "It's a difficult pairing. Liverpool are having some hard times now.

    "They couldn't get the results they desired and things are not going well for them. Hard games are ahead of us.

    "They are a team which try to strike fast and build up the game as quickly as possible.

    "Their technical capacity is high and they are physically strong. If we can snatch a good result in the first leg, it will be an advantage to be playing the second leg at home."

  61. Europa League draw reaction

    Celtic v Inter Milan

    Former Celtic striker John Hartson: Tough draw for Celtic but a great experience for the players, Inter and the San Siro one of the Great Stadiums. Enjoy it embrace.

  62. CR7 named overseas Sports Personality

    Bale presents Ronaldo with overseas award

    Relive a moment from last night's Sports Personality of the Year when Cristiano Ronaldo was crowned overseas personality of the year.

    Real Madrid team-mate Gareth Bale did the honours by presenting him with the trophy.

  63. Champions League draw reaction

    Manchester City v Barcelona

    Probably not what Manchester City fans want to read right now, but they lost both of their Champions League last 16 matches against Barcelona last season. Not a great draw is it?

  64. Champions League draw reaction

    Stat attack

    Champions League

    Monaco will be the 52nd different side that Arsenal have faced in the UEFA Champions League.

  65. Get involved

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    Kaushik Gorai: My Europa League predictions both leg combined. LFC 3-1 Besiktas, Everton 4-0 Young Boys, Spurs 2-1 Fiorentina. Fair Enough?

    David Taylor: Tough draw for Celtic, but Inter are not as strong as they once were. Should have at least a chance against them.

    Stan DeCwikiel Jr: There is a distinct possibility that England could be without a European representative after the first knockout stage.

    Imagine the hullaballoo Stan...

  66. Punishing finishers

    A look at who's been in hot-scoring form in this season's Champions League so far this season.

    Top scorer stats

    Manchester City defenders will be hoping Messi has used up all his goals for this year's campaign.

  67. Champions League draw reaction

    Barcelona manager Luis Enrique at a news conference: "We will look for a win by playing well, but there are games where you can't play the way you want to.

    "Playing in February against a team like Manchester City, it will be key to go into the game in top form. I always think positively and I am just thinking of winning the tie against Manchester City."

  68. Champions League draw reaction

    Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech tweets:@DavidLuiz_4 is coming back to Stamford Bridge... That was my guess prior to the draw ... :-D

  69. Champions League draw dates

    First legs:

    17 February: Paris St-Germain v Chelsea, Shakhtar Donetsk v Bayern Munich

    18 February: Schalke v Real Madrid, Basel v Porto

    24 February: Manchester City v Barcelona, Juventus v Borussia Dortmund

    25 February: Bayer Leverkusen v Atletico Madrid, Arsenal v Monaco

    Second legs:

    10 March: Real Madrid v Schalke, Porto v Basel

    11 March: Chelsea v Paris St-Germain, Bayern Munich v Shakhtar Donetsk

    17 March: Atletico Madrid v Bayer Leverkusen, Monaco v Arsenal

    18 March: Barcelona v Manchester City, Borussia Dortmund v Juventus

  70. Europa League draw

    Jerzy Dudek draws out Liverpool in Europa League draw

    So, those ties will take place over the course of a couple of weeks in February.

    The first legs will be played on 19 February, the second legs on 26 February.

    Keep your reaction to that and the Champions League draw coming in to #bbcsportsday, text 81111 or visit the BBC Sport Facebook page.

  71. Europa League draw reaction

    #bbcsportsday

    Alex Richards: Besiktas it is... Tough game for #lfc

    Anthony Illingworth: That is four really tough ties for the British clubs in Europa League

    Nikhil Vaswani: Would be nice to see Liverpool do well in a competition, should prioritise Europa League, one way ticket to the CL next year

  72. Europa League draw

    Some eye-catching matches drawn in the last 32 of the Europa League there, including Celtic v Inter Milan. What a match for the Scottish champions.

  73. Europa League draw

    Celtic v Inter Milan

    A repeat of the 1967 European Cup final, which Celtic won 2-1. The famous Lisbon Lions.

  74. Europa League draw

    Tottenham v Fiorentina

  75. Europa League draw

    Liverpool v Besiktas

    Liverpool beat the Black Eagles 8-0 last time they met at Anfield in the 2007-08 Champions League group stage

  76. Europa League draw

    PSV Eindhoven v Zenit St Petersburg

  77. Europa League draw reaction

    #bbcsportsday

    Jay Stanbury: You just know it'll be Spurs vs Zenit. Reunion for AVB

  78. Europa League draw

    Roma v Feyenoord

  79. Europa League draw

    Villarreal v FC Salzburg

  80. Europa League draw

    Guingamp v Dynamo Kiev

  81. Europa League draw reaction

    #bbcsportsday

    Jack Wood: I remember when Spurs played Young Boys and almost didn't make CL group stage that season. Everton have a tough game

  82. Europa League draw

    Trabzonspor v Napoli

  83. Europa League draw

    Dnipro v Olympiakos

  84. Europa League draw

    Anderlecht v Dynamo Moscow

  85. Europa League draw

    Aalborg v Brugge

  86. Europa League draw

    Ajax v Legia Warsaw

  87. Europa League draw

    Wolfsburg v Sporting Lisbon

  88. Europa League draw

    Football

    Sevilla v Borussia Monchengladbach

    The sides have won the competition five times between them, but this will be their first ever meeting

  89. Europa League draw

    Torino v Athletic Bilbao

  90. Europa League draw

    Football

    Young Boys v Everton

    The Premier League side meet the Swiss side for the first time.

  91. Europa League draw

    Football

    Uefa's director of competitions is just going through the draw technicalities.

    Similar to the Champions League, you cannot face a side from the same country or who you faced in the group stage in this round.

  92. Europa League draw

    Football

    So, here we go then. Eyes down. Sixteen ties will be drawn shortly by Jerzy and co.

  93. Europa League draw

    Football

    Gianni Infantino

    Uefa's Gianni Infantino has taken to the stage yet again to tell us the final of the Europa League will be held in Warsaw this season on 27 May.

    He's also just introducing his assistant for this draw - former Liverpool goalkeeper Jerzy Dudek.

  94. Europa League draw

    Who can Celtic face? Borussia Monchengladbach, Club Bruges, Besiktas, Dinamo Moscow, Inter Milan, Feyenoord, Everton, Napoli, Dynamo Kiev, Fiorentina, Legia Warsaw, Olympiacos, Sporting Lisbon, Athletic Bilbao, Zenit

  95. Europa League draw

    Who Everton can face? Villarreal, Torino, Celtic, PSV, Dnipro, Sevilla, Young Boys, AaB, Guingamp, Trabzonspor, Anderlecht, Ajax, Roma

  96. Europa League draw

    Who Liverpool can face? Borussia Monchengladbach, Club Bruges, Besiktas, Red Bull Salzburg, Dinamo Moscow, Inter Milan, Feyenoord, Napoli, Dynamo Kiev, Fiorentina, Legia Warsaw, Olympiacos, Sporting Lisbon, Athletic Bilbao, Zenit.

  97. Europa League draw

    Who Tottenham can face? Borussia Monchengladbach, Club Bruges, Red Bull Salzburg, Dinamo Moscow, Inter Milan, Feyenoord, Napoli, Dynamo Kiev, Fiorentina, Legia Warsaw, Olympiakos, Sporting Lisbon, Athletic Bilbao, Zenit.

  98. Europa League draw

    Football

    So, Liverpool, Tottenham and Celtic are unseeded for this draw.

    Everton are the only British club seeded at this stage.

    There are clubs from 17 different countries in the hat.

  99. Europa League draw time

    Football

    Coming up in a few moments, it's the Europa League's turn to take the draw limelight.

    We'll bring you news of who the British clubs will face in the round of 32 as well as continued reaction to the last 16 draw for the Champions League.

  100. Champions League draw reaction

    Juventus v Borussia Dortmund

    Juventus against Dortmund brings back memories of the 1997 final between the clubs in Munich, where two goals from Karl-Heinz Riedle and one from substitute Lars Ricken earned the German side a 3-1 victory.

  101. Champions League draw

    Football

    So, some dates for your diaries on those last 16 ties.

    First leg matches will be played on either 17 and 18 February or 24 and 25 February.

    The second leg games are on 10 and 11 March or 17 and 18 March.

    The final will be in Berlin on 6 June.

  102. Champions League draw reaction

    Juventus v Borussia Dortmund

    Pavel Nedved, Juventus director, speaking to UEFA.com:"We have to be very careful because Dortmund have young, talented players. It could have been worse because there was still Bayern and Madrid when Borussia's name came out. It will be a very even tie.

    "There are a few teams who are almost impossible to compete with, so we are happy to have a side against whom we have a chance. I'm a big fan of Klopp and I'm curious to see our level in Europe. The games against Dortmund will give us a clear indication of that."

  103. Champions League draw reaction

    If you don't buy a ticket you won't win the raffle

    Most shots
  104. Champions League draw reaction

    Football

    Manchester City director of football and former Barcelona player Txiki Begiristain speaking to Sky Sports News: "Every tie in that draw is the same, it's fantastic, so we're looking forward to it.

    "We have plenty of confidence with the way we qualified beating Bayern Munich at home and Roma away, so the players will be working hard to get fit and arrive in confidence for those games.

    "We have improved our squad from last season and we have some real quality up front."

  105. Champions League draw reaction

    Schalke v Real Madrid

    Toni Kross

    Real Madrid midfielder Toni Kroos on twitter: What a draw for the @ChampionsLeague! Looking forward to meet @BeneHoewedes and Schalke with @realmadrid.

  106. Your Champions League draw reaction

    #bbcsportsday

    Joshua King: I wonder if Man City fans realise there are other teams in the #UCL besides Bayern and Barca. Never easy, is it?

    Matteo Zanre: Is Arsenal playing Monaco really good preparation for the next round where they'll play the big boys?

    Stewart Johnson: Monaco! Just as long as they don't evoke the spirit of Dado Prso, I think we'll be okay

    Harry Partridge: Did Arsenal sacrifice their 3-goal lead over Anderlecht as an offering to the Champions League Gods? It seems to have worked!

  107. Champions League draw reaction

    Schalke v Real Madrid

    Real Madrid

    Real Madrid overwhelmed Schalke in last season's round of 16, winning 6-1 in Gelsenkirchen and 3-1 in Spain; Cristiano Ronaldo scored four times in the tie.

  108. Your Champions League draw reaction

    #bbcsportsday

    Oshadare Olumayowa: Arsenal have no excuse if they don't make it to the quarter-finals, very tricky tie but easy on paper.

    Phil Culverhouse: As an Arsenal fan I'm beyond happy with Monaco in the draw and it also makes a pleasant change from Bayern or Barcelona!

    Oscar Haines: Hard to believe #cfc topped their group and #afc didn't. After a soft group #cfc could do with a challenge mind.

  109. Champions League draw reaction

    Football

    Chelsea secretary David Barnard speaking on Sky Sports News: "PSG are known to us as we played them in the quarters last year and they've got David Luiz playing for them too.

    "It's a good draw logistically too for our supporters.

    "Both sides have very different squads from last year, so if it was PSG or anyone else, it would've been the same situation."

  110. Post update

    Gary Lineker

    BBC Sport

    "That's a tasty old Champions League draw. City never get it easy, do they?"

  111. Champions League draw reaction

    Manchester City v Barcelona

    Barcelona representative Andoni Zubizarreta on Eurosport: "It is the same draw we had a year ago, it was a very difficult game and we are going to look forward to it. Manchester City have an outstanding squad with a very good coach, a very good team and are very competitive.

    "We know all about them. They have been playing at a very high level and it is going to be difficult. Two great teams with incredible players and anything can happen.

    "Luis Suarez has been performing excellently. Can we go further than last year? Hopefully we can go all the way."

  112. Champions League draw reaction

    Football

    Arsenal club secretary David Miles speaking to Sky Sports News: "As the draw came out, it was evident a lot of the big teams had gone, so we're pleased to have avoided them.

    "But, we're delighted to be here in the knockout stages for the 17th consecutive season and we're very much looking forward to the games and a great atmosphere.

    "We're certainly not taking anything for granted though against Monaco. It's the first time we've played them in a competitive match, so Arsene Wenger will be delighted to go back to one of his former clubs."

  113. Champions League draw

    Goals no. Clean sheets yes.

    Monaco celebrate

    Good news Arsenal fans? You have to be happy with drawing Monaco?

  114. Champions League draw reaction

    #bbcsportsday

    Matthew Stock: Chelsea showing that winning the group does not make it easier! Tough draw against PSG. Tough but winnable

    Yao Kuasi: Considering Dortmund play Juventus, I bet Wenger has the largest grin on his face.

    Andrew Neill: Perfect draw for Chelsea to exact their revenge from last year's QF. They're a different animal with Costa and Fabregas

  115. Champions League draw

    Monaco v Arsenal

    Arsenal drawn

    While Arsenal and Monaco have never met before, Arsene Wenger was in charge of Monaco between 1987 and 1994, winning Ligue 1 (1988) and the Coupe de France (1991).

  116. Champions League draw

    Some cracking ties to look forward to in the Champions League last 16 then. Arsenal will be the happiest of the British clubs with that draw, as they look forward to a tie against Arsene Wenger's old club Monaco.

    Chelsea face a tough match against French champions Paris St-Germain, while Luis Suarez returns to English soil for Barcelona against Manchester City.

  117. Champions League draw

    Football

    So, let's recap what we've just seen. Here are the last 16 ties in full:

    Paris St-Germain v Chelsea

    Manchester City v Barcelona

    Bayer Leverkusen v Atletico Madrid

    Juventus v Borussia Dortmund

    Schalke v Real Madrid

    Shakhtar Donetsk v Bayern Munich

    Arsenal v Monaco

    Basel v Porto

  118. Champions League draw

    FC Basel v Porto

  119. Champions League draw

    Football

    Arsenal v Monaco

  120. Champions League draw

    Shakhtar Donetsk v Bayern Munich

  121. Champions League draw

    Football

    Schalke v Real Madrid

  122. Champions League draw

    Juventus v Borussia Dortmund

    A re-run of the 1997 final in Munich, where two goals from the man assisting the draw Karl-Heinz Riedle and one from substitute Lars Ricken earned the German side a 3-1 victory.

  123. Champions League draw

    Football

    Bayer Leverkusen v Atletico Madrid

  124. Champions League draw

    Manchester City v Barcelona

    Manchester city drawn

    A repeat of a 2013/14 tie, the Spanish club winning 2-0 in Manchester and 2-1 at home in last season's round of 16.

  125. Champions League draw

    Football

    Paris St-Germain v Chelsea

    That's a repeat of last season's quarter-final, where Chelsea overturned a 3-1 first-leg defeat with a 2-0 win at Stamford Bridge to progress on away goals.

  126. Champions League draw

    Here we go....

  127. The eight group winners

    Champions League players from sides which topped their groups

    The eight seeded group winners cannot be drawn against one another.

    They will be away in the round of 16 first legs on 17/18 and 24/25 February and at home in the return matches on 10/11 and 17/18 March.

    They are: Real Madrid, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Chelsea, Porto, Monaco.

  128. Draw predictions

    #bbcsportsday

    Sadozaie: Atletico vs Arsenal, City vs Porto and Chelsea vs Juventus I am handing out a very kind draw to English clubs! Seriously

    We'll come back later and check your workings.

  129. Champions League draw

    Former Germany striker, and the Berlin final ambassador, Karl-Heinz Riedle is now welcomed to the stage. He described Berlin as a "very good choice for the final". He would say that...

  130. Champions League draw

    Gianni Infantino, UEFA General Secretary, opens proceedings with a welcome speech:

    He said: "It is impossible to forecast which teams will meet in the final at Berlin's Olympiastadion on 6 June 2015, but we can definitely expect more of the same - a wealth of fantastic matches, memorable goals and brilliant individual displays as the season unfolds."

  131. Champions League

    Spanish sides could face English opponent

    There is a good chance this draw could ensure Arsenal or Manchester City face a last-16 fixture with Spanish opposition.

    The three remaining Spanish clubs all won their groups and will therefore meet a runner-up from a different group. The Gunners and City can potentially meet all three so there is a strong chance one of them will do so.

    Barcelona: Juventus, Basel, Leverkusen, Arsenal, Manchester City, Schalke, Shakhtar.

    Real Madrid: Juventus, Leverkusen, Arsenal, Manchester City, Paris, Schalke, Shakhtar.

    Atletico Madrid: Basel, Leverkusen, Arsenal, Manchester City, Paris, Schalke, Shakhtar.

  132. Champions League draw

    Gianni Infantino

    The draw is getting under way in Nyon. Uefa's main draw-master-in-chief Gianni Infantino has made an appearance on stage.

    Could be a while until the teams are drawn out of the pots but here we go.

  133. Champions League

    Who can the British sides draw?

    Arsenal, Manchester City and Chelsea players

    Chelsea: Juventus, Basel, Bayer Leverkusen, Paris St-Germain, Shakhtar Donetsk.

    Arsenal: Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid, Monaco, Bayern Munich, Barcelona, Porto.

    Manchester City: Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid, Monaco, Borussia Dortmund, Barcelona, Porto.

  134. Champions League draw

    A tough away trip

    Diego Godin

    Last season's beaten finalists, Atletico Madrid, have gone a little bit under the radar in this season's Champions League. But the La Liga champions have already shown they remain a force to be reckoned with. Another team to avoid for the British teams.

  135. Get involved

    #bbcsportsday

    Ashley King, London, on text: Winners - Bayern Munich Top scorer - Sergio Aguero Dark Horse - Man City.

    Let us your Champions League predictions via 81111 on text or tweet #bbcsportsday.

  136. Champions League

    Nyon pops up again

    Firstly, do you think Uefa headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland, looks like the lair of a Bond villain or the elaborate home of a wealthy film star?

    Uefa headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland

    Either way, Nyon is seemingly one of those places you never hear a pip about until it is Champions League draw time.

    It must be a peaceful town as only around 20,000 people live there and it sits on the banks of Lake Geneva. I wonder what locals think when the Champions League bandwagon rolls into town.

    It is home to one of the best rugby clubs in Switzerland - Nyon Rugby Club - who are twinned with...wait for it...Ealing Rugby Club in West London. Anyone else fancy a lazy weekend break there?

  137. Transfer embargo for three Championship clubs

    Football

    Blackburn Rovers, Leeds United and Nottingham Forest have failed to meet Financial Fair Play rules for the division and will face a transfer embargo from 1 January for the remainder of the season, the Football League has confirmed.

    During the 2013-14 season, all three clubs exceeded a maximum permitted deviation of £8m.

    That consists of a maximum adjusted operating loss of £3m plus a further maximum of £5m of shareholder investment.

  138. More on Clarke surgery

    Cricket

    More on the news that Australia captain Michael Clarke will face an operation on his injured right hamstring.

    Australian Team Doctor Peter Brukner said: "Whilst surgery is not always required with hamstring injuries, Michael has substantial damage to a key part of the hamstring tendon and it was felt the best course of action was to surgically repair the damaged area.

    "His recovery and the timing of his return to play will be dependent on the surgeon's advice and how well he recovers in the coming weeks."

  139. Post update

    Arsenal

    Arsenal on Twitter: The #ChampionsLeague draw takes place from 11am (UK time). This is what you need to know..

    So in answer to your question Per (see 09:25), you have a 14.77 per cent chance of drawing Barcelona. Cheers Arsenal, your maths are better than mine.

  140. Clarke to undergo surgery

    Cricket

    Australia captain Michael Clarke

    Injured Australia captain Michael Clarke is to undergo surgery on Tuesday on his damaged right hamstring, Cricket Australia has confirmed.

    The 33-year-old had to leave the field early during his side's 48-run first Test match victory over India in Adelaide on Saturday.

    He told a news conference afterwards there was a chance he may never play again.

  141. Get involved

    #bbcsportsday

    A few more of your Champions League predictions here through #bbcsportsday

    Adam Koston: Winner - Bayern Munich. Top scorer - Cristiano Ronaldo. Dark Horse - Man City

    Aditya: Madrid winners. Top scorer Messi and dark horse Juventus. Don't underestimate the Italians

    Sam Feetham: Winners: Real Madrid, Top scorer: Messi, Dark Horse: Man City

  142. Champions League draw

    A simple guide to the draw

    Sometimes these draws can sound confusing but this one is relatively straight forward.

    • Seeded teams - group winners - go in one pot, runners-up in the other. A team cannot play sides from their own pot.

    Group winners: Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid, AS Monaco, Borussia Dortmund, FC Bayern Munich, Barcelona, Chelsea, FC Porto.

    Group runners-up: Juventus, FC Basel, Bayer Leverkusen, Arsenal, Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain, Schalke, Shakhtar Donetsk.

    However:

    • Teams cannot be drawn against an opponent from their own country.
    • A side cannot face an opponent they have already played in this year's competition in the round of 16 draw.

    So for example Bayern Munich as group winners cannot face Manchester City who they have already played, or Schalke and Leverkusen as they come from the same country. They therefore have five possible opponents. Got it? Good.

  143. Get involved

    A couple of early shouts on Twitter through #bbcsportsday with your Champions League predictions:

    Louis Parry: Winners - Real Madrid. Top goalscorer - Cristiano Ronaldo. Dark horse - Shakthar Donetsk

    William Thornton: Winners: Bayern Munich Top scorer: Cristiano Ronaldo Dark horse: Arsenal

    Mark Scott: Forget the Champions League. Glued to the wireless to found out who FC United have got in the FA Trophy! Forza FCUM

  144. LATEST GOSSIP

    Ajax manager Frank de Boer wants the Liverpool boss job from under-pressure Brendan Rodgers, reports the Daily Express. Probably not the last speculation story about Rodgers's future in the next few weeks...

  145. Don't leave any balls in the bag

    Karl-Heinz Riedle

    So how long will the Champions League draw take? The Europa League follows at 12:00 GMT but we all know these things have the tendency to drag. Speeches, back-patting and self congratulation will all probably be the order of the day. Stay with us.

  146. Get involved

    #bbcsportsday

    So, with the Champions League last 16 draw just one hour away, we want to know your predictions for this year's tournament.

    We want to know your tips to win it, to be top scorer and to be the competition's dark horses.

    We will start you off. Winners. Real Madrid. Top scorer. Cristiano Ronaldo. Dark horse. Basel.

    Now it's your go. Tweet #bbcsportsday,text 81111 (UK users only) or post on BBC Sport Facebook.

  147. Get involved

    #bbcsportsday

    Sparkles: A good Goalie can save you 10-12 points a season. De Gea will save United about 25 a season. He's already saved them about 15.

    mwatekowa: Looking at the two keepers De Gea stands out because Courtois plays with a strong defence, as for De Gea well, he is the defence.

    Soccer Bob: De Gea had been decent of late and Courtois looks very solid but Lloris is the benchmark in the PL

  148. Who is the best goalkeeper?

    In this season's Premier League, both Chelsea and Southampton have the best defensive record - conceding just 13 times each. Manchester City have let in 14 goals and Manchester United 17. Leicester have the worst record having shipped 27 goals.

  149. Local newspaper round-up

    Lancashire Telegraph: Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton believes the Clarets's resilience is going to be key in their battle for survival. Heaton became the first goalkeeper to save a Southampton penalty in the Premier League since April 1997, a run of 29 successive spot kicks.

    Liverpool Echo: Brendan Rodgers battling for his future says Liverpool FC legend Jamie Carragher.

    Birmingham Mail: Paul Lambert denies Roy Keane quit the club because of a dressing room bust-up

  150. How you voted

    Here's how the public voted for the Top 10 contenders at Sports Personality of the Year.

    SPOTY vote breakdown
  151. #SPOTY honours board

    SPOTY award winners

    Other winners on the night in Glasgow included Cristiano Ronaldo picking up the overseas personality award, a lifetime achievement recognition for Sir Chris Hoy and the coach of the year gong for Ryder Cup winning captain Paul McGinley.

  152. Post update

    Arsenal defender Per Mertesacker on Twitter: #UCLdraw - what is the probability of getting Bayern again ? Any smart mathematicians out there being able to calculate the %?

    Good question there Per? Any suggestions? We will give you far more on the Champions League from 10:00 GMT as we start counting down to the live draw. The draw will be brought to you live here from 11:00 GMT.

  153. European back pages

    Marca

    In Spain, Marca's front page headline is "Operation Desert Storm" ahead of Real Madrid's club World Cup campaign this week in Marrakech, Morocco. They face Mexican club Cruz Azul on Tuesday in Tuesday's semi-final.

  154. European back pages

    L'Equipe

    In France, L'Equipe concentrates on Paris St-Germain's shock 1-0 defeat to Guingamp. Luckily for the French champions, Marseille also suffered a shock loss to Monaco, with the title race wide open.

  155. Get involved

    #bbcsportsday

    Oomar Jaunmohamud: De Gea is the best. Neuer plays with an already established back four. De Gea's defence always changes and he manages to keep them alive.

    Jay: De Gea is very good but Courtois hasn't been allowed to exhibit his talent to the fullest. Blame the Chelsea defence for that.

    Faseeh: Hugo Lloris/Thibaut Courtois on par in the Premier League, Neuer [best] in the World. No doubt about it.

    Who is the best goalkeeper in the Premier League? Get involved in the usual way: #bbcsportsday on Twitter or send a text, remembering to include your name, to 81111.

  156. Cricket

    Australia face Clarke uncertainty

    Australian cricket officials are no closer to knowing whether Michael Clarke will be fit enough to play in next year's World Cup.

    Clarke's future remains uncertain after he badly tore a hamstring during Australia's first Test win over India last week.

    He has already ruled himself out of the three remaining Tests and is facing a race against time to be ready for the World Cup, starting in mid February.

    Steve Smith will captain Australia for the rest of the Test series against India.

  157. What could David De Gea save?

    David de Gea

    Manchester United goalkeeper David De Gea's heroics against Liverpool sparked a series of internet viral images about what else the 24-year-old could save, including Game of Thrones character Ned Stark, Dumbledore from the Harry Potter movies and planet Earth (as pictured above).

  158. LATEST GOSSIP

    The Sun: Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher has warned current Reds boss Brendan Rodgers that his job is not safe under the club's "ruthless" owners.

    Daily Mirror: West Ham striker Andy Carroll, 25, says his partying days are over as he rebuilds his reputation.

    Talksport: Inter Milan have opened talks to sign Chelsea winger Mohamed Salah, with the 22-year-old struggling to impress since arriving at Stamford Bridge in January.

    For the rest of today's gossip, see here.

  159. LATEST GOSSIP

    Daily Star: Manchester United could sign winger Gareth Bale, 25, from Real Madrid for £90m, with the Spanish giants to use the money to sign Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard, 23, and Liverpool striker Raheem Sterling, 20.

    Daily Mirror: New York Red Bulls sporting director and former Liverpool boss Gerard Houllier is ready to offer Steven Gerrard a lucrative deal if the 34-year-old turns down a new contract at Anfield.

    Daily Express: Manchester City are the latest club to join the race to sign £47m-rated Borussia Dortmund and Germany defender Mats Hummels, 25.

  160. Get involved

    #bbcsportsday

    Faseeh: Hugo Lloris/Thibaut Courtois on par in the Premier League, Neuer [best] in the World. No doubt about it.

    Tatenda Chakaduka: Forget the EPL, De Gea is the second best goalkeeper in the world, Neuer is obviously the best.

    Linus zubby: Considering United's shaky defence it has to be De Gea. Absolutely brilliant so far this season.

    Who is the best goalkeeper in the Premier League? Get involved in the usual way: #bbcsportsday on Twitter or send a text, remembering to include your name, to 81111.

  161. Who is the best goalkeeper?

    Who is the best goalkeeper?
  162. Back pages

    Metro

    The Metro's 'Season bleatings' headline refers to Liverpool's failings but they also include a picture of Lewis Hamilton picking up his BBC Sports Personality of the Year 2014 award.

  163. Back pages

    Daily Mail

    The Daily Mail has also gone in heavy on Liverpool after their 3-0 defeat at Old Trafford. "Broken Kop" their headline screams, while the Daily Star goes with a simpler "Must do better" line.

    Daily Star
  164. Back pages

    The Sun

    The Sun doesn't make for better reading for Liverpool fans, or manager Brendan Rodgers, with the headline "Last Orders" suggesting the Reds boss's job is under threat, as they highlight the stick he received from his own fans.

  165. The back pages

    There is plenty around on the back pages of the newspapers today after a busy weekend of sport and, unsurprisingly, Liverpool's defeat at Manchester United takes centre stage.

    The Daily Telegraph leads their sports section with the headline "falling apart" aimed at Brendan Rodgers's men.

    Daily Telegraph
  166. Join the debate #bbcsportsday

    Let's kick off Monday morning by having a debate about the best goalkeeper in the Premier League? David De Gea was so good in Manchester United's 3-0 victory over Liverpool on Sunday, he was named man of the match.

    So, who gets your vote and why? Get involved in the usual way: #bbcsportsday on Twitter or send a text, remembering to include your name, to 81111.

  167. Football

    McCoist's resignation confirmed

    Ally McCoist

    First, some breaking news this morning from north of the border where Rangers confirm to the stock exchange that manager Ally McCoist has resigned and entered a 12-month notice period.

    The club say in a statement: "During the notice period, Mr McCoist's salary will increase to £750,000 per year. Directors will hold discussions with McCoist to seek an amicable solution."

    Rangers expect to be in a position to make a further announcement later this week.

  168. Post update

    Real Madrid Champions League

    Sixteen teams, seven domestic league champions and some of the best players in the world.

    All battling it out for one trophy - not a bad cocktail is it?

    The Champions League 2014/15, this is where the serious business begins.

  169. Post update

    Good morning and welcome to a bumper Sportsday Live from the BBC Sport headquarters, where we will be bringing you the Champions League last 16 draw as it happens, plus all the build-up and reaction.

    Manchester City, Chelsea and Arsenal will all be hoping for a favourable draw when the pots are picked from 11:00 GMT, before Liverpool, Celtic, Tottenham and Everton find out their fate in the Europa League.

    We will also keep across all the breaking news in the world of sport, cover the best from social media plus engage you all in debate throughout the day. Ready? Good, let's get going.