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  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

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By Andy Cryer and Adam Williams

All times stated are UK

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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.

More on Ashley and Rangers SFA investigation


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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.

Gray feels local pride after first hat-trick


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."

Beasley calls time on USA career


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.

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

Dagenham extend Obileye loan


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.

Pietersen released by Daredevils


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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.

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.

Seasonal support

Everton v QPR (20:00 GMT)

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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.

Everton v QPR (20:00 GMT)

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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).

Yarnold to miss World Cup event


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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."

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.

Jennie Jones
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...

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"

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...


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.

Fabregas to make Chelsea return

Derby v Chelsea (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

Cesc Fabregas
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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.

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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!

Formula 1 season in numbers

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Enjoy the Formula 1 season? Well,

here is a chance to relive the campaign in numbers. Enjoy.

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.

Arsenal fc
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...