That's it for Sportsday Live for Monday.
You can keep up to date with the Liverpool v Bournemouth game and the rest of the evening's sports news onBBC Radio 5 live and the BBC Sport website.
Sportsday LIve will return on Tuesday at 08:00 BST.
"Bournemouth are still finding out the difference between the Premier League and the Championship and this is going to be a tough evening for them. Cherries boss Eddie Howe likes everyone to bomb on and get forward and cause problems down the other end but is he going to go to Anfield and play that way? That would be very brave if he does."Lawro v BBC Radio 6 Music presenter Mark Radcliffe
Bastian Schweinsteiger has thanked Marouane Fellaini for helping him settle into life at Manchester United after his summer move from Bayern Munich
The German wore the No.23 shirt on the pre-season tour of the United States but was handed Fellaini's No.31 ahead of the new Premier League season - which is a special number for him.
"I was happy that the coach gave me the No.31 and was really surprised as well. So thank you to Felli too. For me, I played there since I played my first game for Bayern and 31 means a lot to me," he said.
"We had no training kit and we had to go to the market and get 'Fruit of the Loom' kit."
Liverpool assistant manager Sean O'Driscoll was a player, coach and manager at Bournemouth before leaving in 2006 and the club was a lot different to the way it is now. You can read his recollections inthis Liverpool Echo interview.
Barcelona full-back Adriano will miss his side's Spanish Super Cup second leg against Athletic Bilbao on Monday due to a back problem.
The Brazilian was expected to once again deputise for the injured Jordi Alba at left-back as the Catalans look to come back from a4-0 first leg deficit to claim their fifth trophy of 2015.
TheDaily Telegraph reports that Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho warned his captain and defender John Terry that his place may be under threat after the opening Premier League draw with Swansea City - a week before substituting him at half-time against Manchester City on Sunday.
Mourinho is believed to have been concerned with Terry's form during pre-season and his performance in the2-2 draw with Swansea.
Liverpool co-owners John W Henry and Tom Werner will be at Anfield for Monday's Premier League match against Bournemouth.
The Fenway Sports Group partners will be accompanied by Henry's wife Linda Pizzuti as they visit Merseyside as part of a scheduled business trip and to check on the progress of the construction of the new main stand at Anfield.
It will be Henry's first visit since Liverpool's 3-2 win over Tottenham in February.
Hartlepool boss Ronnie Moore will be back in the dug-out for Tuesday night's League Two game with Newport after an improvement in his daughter's health.
Moore flew to Spain to be with his daughter Charlotte after she contracted pneumonia on holiday and has missed the last two games with assistant Sam Collins taking charge.
There have been wins for Durham, Middlesex, Northants, Somerset, Warwickshire and Worcestershire in the latest round of One-Day Cup matches.
Holders Durhambeat Derbyshire by 55 runs to stay fourth in Group A, but Northants, who defeated Gloucestershire by four wickets, can deprive them of a place in the last eight if they win at Yorkshire on Tuesday.
Middlesex moved into the top four in Group B withvictory over Glamorgan, thanks to Dawid Malan's unbeaten 156, but could lose that place later when Hampshire v Lancashire and Notts v Kent complete their day-night matches.
Seehere for the latest tables - top four from each group go through.
AFC Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe: "Our aim is not to outplay Liverpool, or outpass Liverpool, or any nonsense like that. Our aim is to try and win the game.
"Then how we do that, and how you go about best doing that, that is down to how you see the game, so it's not a competition on passes, it's a competition on winning the game. The football really is irrelevant, it's about finding a way to be competitive."
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers: "Firmino is building up his fitness really well. He's a guy that helps himself because he trains to the maximum every single day and he's coming along very, very well.
"He's a good guy as well and every aspect of life here in Liverpool, he's thrown himself into - both football and language. He is working very, very hard and he's getting close."
Scott Allan insists it was an "easy decision" to join Celtic despite having grown up a Rangers fan and being the subject of three failed transfer bids from the Ibrox club in recent weeks.
The midfielder completed a move from Hibernian to the Scottish champions on Friday.
"I wanted to progress my career and this was the right move for me," said the 23-year-old midfielder.
We've been asking what birthday presents you would buy for sporting personalities...
Mark Pearce: I'd buy Liverpool a four month calendar. Aug= This is our year. Dec= Not looking good. Feb= It's over. May= Next year is our year.
David Brewer: I would buy the Brownlee brothers a ticket to race Hawaii Ironman 2017 - would love to see that.
Christopher Smith: Jose Mourinho a new set of dummies for his birthday, must have spat all the old ones out by now.
Surrey have unveiled plans to redevelop the Kia Oval by rebuilding two stands at the end of the season.
The Peter May stand will be modernised, increasing the ground's capacity to over 25,300, making it the second biggest cricket ground in the country behind Lord's.
The project is due to be completed by May 2016.
BBC Sport at Bisham Abbey
About that Ashes hockey challenge we mentioned earlier...
England cricket's Stuart Broad and Steven Finn took part in a penalty flicks competition and both converted one from five attempts. Finn then won 2-1 in sudden death.
England centre Jonathan Joseph believes the two teams who qualify from England's Rugby World Cup pool, which also includes Australia, Wales, Fiji and Uruguay, can make it all the way to the Twickenham final.
"It's a tough pool and teams have got to perform to the best of their ability right from the start if they want to go through," he said.
"That's going to help moving on and I don't see any reason why the two teams who get through can't meet again. There are a lot of competitive teams in the tournament but the top two who come through our pool are capable of going all the way to the final."
St Johnstone defender Brad McKay hasbeen charged with making an "offensive comment" about Hearts striker Juanma.
The 22-year-old was widely quoted describing the Spaniard as "a typical foreigner" who "gets touched and goes down" after a 4-3 defeat at Tynecastle earlier this month. And the Scottish FA has now issued a notice of complaint.
McKay has until Monday to respond, with a principal hearing scheduled for 3 September.
BBC Match of the Day commentator
"This is a game where Bournemouth will realise they have really arrived in the Premier League. As their opening-day defeat reminded them, to get any kind of result at Anfield they will have to convert any chances that come their way.
"When speaking to Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers after their win at Stoke, he reiterated how much defensive work they have done during the summer, an area which so often let them down last season.
"They looked stronger at the Britannia and they will be determined not to drop any early season points, particularly with some tricky fixtures on the horizon."
Former Arsenal striker Lukas Podolski has posted pictures of his Galatasaray team-mates asleep. What a wind-up merchant..
Monday's Premier League game sees Liverpool aim to make it two wins out of two when they take on Bournemouth.
Roberto Firmino is pushing to make his first Liverpool start but Brendan Rodgers is likely to name an unchanged side from the victory at Stoke. Joe Allen (hamstring) has joined long-term absentees Daniel Sturridge and Jon Flanagan on the treatment table.
Eddie Howe could hand summer signing Tyrone Mings his Bournemouth debut at the expense of Charlie Daniels. Harry Arter and loanee Christian Atsu are still nursing injuries and are unlikely to feature.
You can hear the game onBBC Radio 5 live with text commentary on the BBC Sport website.
BBC Newcastle's Sunderland commentator
Young substitute Duncan Watmore scored Sunderland's consolation goal in their 3-1 defeat by Norwich on Saturday.
That game will be one of the topics for discussion on BBC Newcastle's Total Sport at 17:30 BST on Monday.
Incidentally, how impressive are Nick's notes?
David de Gea was at Manchester United's training session ahead of their Champions League qualifier with Club Brugge but there were were two notable absences.
Neither goalkeeper Victor Valdes nor defender Jonny Evans were on show at United's Carrington training complex.
Valdes has no United future after refusing to play for the club's Under-21 side last season. But Evans - who has been linked with Everton this summer - was named in United's Champions League squad last week.
Turkish athlete Asli Cakir-Alptekin has had her London 2012 women's 1500m gold medal taken from her and has been banned for eight years for doping.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) said the ruling related to "abnormal values found in blood samples collected from the athlete between July 2010 and October 2012".
The Badminton World Federation (BWF) has apologisedafter the old fascist-era Spanish national anthem was played for gold medallist Carolina Marin at the World Championships in Indonesia.
Marin successfully defended her singles title in Jakarta on Sunday against India's Saina Nehwal but the version of Spain's Royal March played at the medal ceremony was the one dating back to General Francisco Franco's far-right dictatorship.
Spain got rid of the words in 1978 and since the death of Franco the Royal March has been played without words.
A quick trip across town to Manchester United's training session and there is David de Gea.
The goalkeeper trained with United's reserves last week but not today.
De Gea is not expected to play in tomorrow's Champions League qualifier against Club Brugge.
Bit too much time on your hands, Stephen?
Italian international Alessandro Diamanti join Watford on a season-long loan from Chinese side Guangzhou Evergrande, subject to receiving international clearance.
The 32-year-old spent the second half of last season on loan at Serie A side Fiorentina, and has also played for Italian clubs Bologna, Brescia and Livorno.
Diamanti spent a season at West Ham, scoring eight goals in 30 games and being voted runner-up for the Hammers' 2009/10 Player of the Year award.
Watford have signed former West Ham forward Alessandro Diamanti on a season-long loan.
Why unsurprisingly GMP Stretford? Not a fan of the City shirt?
Australian golfer Jason Day has tweeted after winning is first Major on Sunday.
And look at the size of that trophy...
Press Association Sport are reporting that West Ham will appeal the red card given to goalkeeper Adrian in Saturday's defeat to Leicester.
The 28-year-old was sent off in stoppage time at Upton Park for a high boot into the chest of Jamie Vardy, having come up for a corner with the hosts chasing a late equaliserbut the Hammers lost 2-1.
Defender Per Mertesacker has revealed how clear-the-air talks helped Arsenal kick-start their Premier League campaign with ahard-fought 2-1 victory at Crystal Palace.
"Obviously when everything goes very smooth in pre-season, you avoid those talks which are sometimes very important," he said.
"That [the need for those talks] was the case last week when we came out of the West Ham match where no-one knew exactly what we did, so we just had to come back to our game."
Morgan Schneiderlin has been putting in the yards for new team Manchester United.