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Steve Canavan and Richard Winton

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  1. Enjoy the games

    And that, you'll be devastated to know, is all from us.

    Don't forget that a whole series of football matches kick-off shortly - at 19:45 GMT to be exact - and live coverage of Chelsea's Champions League tie with Paris St-German begins even sooner, at 18:30.

    Enjoy and we'll be back here on Sportsday at 08:00 GMT on Wednesday. See you then.

  2. 'It's necessary that justice is achieved'

    Paris St Germain v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    The man who was racially abused on the Paris Metro last year by Chelsea fans will attend tonight's game as a guest of Paris St Germain. Souleymane Sylle has thanked the French club for their support but still remains disappointed in communication from Chelsea. 

    Earlier he spoke to BBC Radio 5 live, which you can listen to here

    Souleymane Sylla
  3. 'Absolutely zero chance'


    Lee Johnson

    New Bristol City head coach Lee Johnson says it will soon be "impossible" for lower-league clubs to reach the Premier League because of parachute payments.

    Clubs relegated from the Premier League will receive at least £64m over three years from next season.

    Teams who spend only one season in the top tier will be given about £51m.

    "Looking at a League One team now, if they don't get into the Premier League within the next five years there'll be absolutely zero chance," said Johnson.

  4. Memory Lane


    Chelsea lift the 2012 Champions League trophy

    Both Arsenal and Chelsea will be using Champions League tales of past to inspire a push for glory this year according to the London Evening Standard. 

    John Obi Mikel says winning the competition in 2012 can help Chelsea in their bid for Europe's most coveted prize.

    Meanwhile Gunners' boss Arsene Wenger wants to use Arsenal's 2011 win over Barcelona as inspiration for their knockout game next week. 

  5. Head to Head

    Paris St Germain v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    This is the fourth Champions League tie between the two sides, their third in a row. They met in the group stages in 2004, the quarter-finals in 2014 and the round of 16 last year. Chelsea hold a slender advantage...

    Laurent Blanc and Guus Hiddink
  6. Brentford pair extend contracts


    Brentford defenders Harlee Dean and Nico Yennaris have extended their contracts with the Championship club.

    Dean, 24, has agreed a new two-year deal which will expire in the summer of 2018, while Yennaris, 22, has extended his stay at Griffin Park until the summer of 2019.

  7. Live on Tuesday


    There's a busy football programme on Tuesday, with each of these games kicking off at 19:45 GMT...

    • Sky Bet Championship: Blackburn v Fulham. Hull v Brighton
    • League One: Blackpool v Oldham, Bradford v Southend, Bury v Sheff Utd, Colchester v Chesterfield, Millwall v Scunthorpe, Rochdale v Crewe
    • League Two: Accrington v Carlisle, Hartlepool v Notts County, Oxford v Northampton, York v Exeter
    • Scottish Cup third-round replays: Hibernian v Hearts, Kilmarnock v Rangers
    • Scottish Premiership: Dundee Utd v Motherwell
    • Scottish League Two: Arbroath v East Stirling, Berwick v Annan
  8. One night in Paris

    PSG v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic

    Fancy 5 live Final Score, live text and BBC 5 live radio coverage of PSG v Chelsea? Well from 18:30 GMT you can here. You can also tune in on the Red Button.

  9. Father's cancer fears over 3G pitches


    A former NHS boss wants the government to review the use of 3G pitches after claiming rubber pellets on the surface contributed to his son's cancer.

    Nigel Maguire says son Lewis, 18, has Hodgkin lymphoma after being exposed to the 'crumb rubber' on the surface which gives it more bounce.

    Pellets, often made from used car tyres, can contain toxic chemicals.

    The Football Association says there are 500 3G pitches in England and added it was "aware of concerns".

  10. 'Thanks for the messages'

    Rugby Union

    Danny Cipriani has posted this on Twitter. The Sale Sharks fly-half has agreed a deal to rejoin former club Wasps from next season.

  11. Team news - PSG

    Paris St Germain v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic

    For PSG there is positives all round as top scorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic and the man who won this tie for them last year, Thiago Silva, before return. 

    However, the French champions are without Ivory Coast right-back Serge Aurier, who has been suspended by the club for making homophobic remarks about manager Laurent Blanc.  

  12. Team news - Chelsea

    Paris St Germain v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    John Terry

    The big news for Chelsea is that John Terry will miss tonight's match due to a hamstring injury. Brazil midfielder Oscar (calf) returns to Guus Hiddink's squad, which also includes young defenders Matt Miazga and Jake Clarke-Salter.

  13. Derby ask United to foot repair bill



    Derby are in discussions with Manchester United about the cost of repairs after a large number of seats were damaged by visiting supporters during the FA Cup clash between the two clubs last month.

    The Guardian reports that the Rams have informed United about up to 300 seats which were vandalised and will request that the relevant repairs, which will run into thousands of pounds, are paid for.

    The Premier League giants brought 5,460 fans to Derby for the fourth round tie on 29 January 29, with the damage discovered the next day.

  14. Untouchable O'Sullivan



    If you wanted to watch Ronnie O'Sullivan in action today I am afraid you are out of luck.

    The Rocket, as previously advertised, has absolutely trounced China's Tian Pengfei, winning 4-0 in an unbelievably rapid 38 minutes.

    O'Sullivan had breaks of 110, 90, 112 and 102. Pengfei only had one chance at the table and looked absolutely shell-shocked at the end.

    Reckon Ronnie was wound up by the criticism he got over the 147 that wasn't? Very possibly. Immense performance from one of the best players the game has ever seen.

  15. Home and away

    Paris St Germain v Chelsea (19:45 GMT)

    Away goals have determined the winner in the last two years between these clubs

    They always say home advantage is crucial, writes BBC Sport's Mike Minay, but not in this fixture. Chelsea won courtesy Eden Hazard's penalty in the Parc des Princes back in 2014 - they lost the game 3-1, but a 2-0 win at Stamford Bridge was enough to see them through. 

    And then last year, the sides drew 1-1 in Paris, but back at Stamford Bridge Thaigo Silva's extra time equaliser for 2-2 in the 114th minute saw the French side progress. 

  16. Big night ahead

    Champions League


    Right then, you might not have noticed but there's a rather big match kicking-off in a few hours time.

    It is the return of the Champions League and it's the exciting bit - the knockout stages.

    There are two games on ... Benfica hosting Zenit St Petersburg and - the one we're really interested in - Guus Hiddink's Chelsea travelling to French giants Paris Saint-Germain.

    Live text coverage of the game later but we'll start the build-up right now...

  17. Celtic to sign teenager


    Norwegian teenager Kristoffer Ajer has arrived in Glasgow for signing talks with Celtic.

    Celtic have agreed a fee with FK Start for the 17-year-old to join in the summer.

    The midfielder flew into Glasgow Airport on Tuesday afternoon to finalise terms and complete a medical. 

  18. Blink and you'll miss it



    This is unbelievable.

    Ronnie O'Sullivan is destroying China's Tian Pengfei at the Welsh Open.

    He won the first frame in eight minutes with a break of 110, wrapped up the second in nine minutes with a 90, and took the third in 10 minutes with a 112.

    First to four win, so click this link very quickly if you want to watch the action live because it looks like being all over very soon.

  19. Williams pulls out of another tournament


    Serena Williams

    Serena Williams has withdrawn from her second consecutive tournament, after announcing she will miss next week's Qatar Open because of the flu.

    The number one-ranked Williams pulled out of this week's Dubai Tennis Championships on Saturday, also citing illness

    "I have come down with the flu and do not feel 100% and I need to take this time to recover," said the American.

    Williams last played in the Australian Open final, losing to Angelique Kerber.

  20. Get Involved - replay memories


    Glenn Roeder

    Lee: Norwich City 0-1 Charlton Athletic in 2009. Abject. Protests outside Carrow Road afterwards. Glenn Roeder sacked the next morning.