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  1. Gossip: Chelsea and PSG chase Alexis Sanchez
  2. Spurs' Winks out for the season
  3. Liverpool's Mane a doubt for rest of season
  4. Get involved: #bbcsportsday

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By Matt Davis and Ellie Thomason

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye


    That's your lot from us today. Thanks for joining us.

    There are four Premier League games tonight. A win for Everton at Old Trafford will see them move above Manchester United . Elsewhere, Sunderland face Leicester , Burnley host Stoke and West Brom travel to Watford.

    Elsewhere, Brighton can go top of the Championship if they beat Birmingham City tonight, as Newcastle aren't playing until Wednesday. Follow all of tonight's EFL action here.

    There will be commentary from Old Trafford on Radio 5 live and from Brighton's Amex Stadium on 5 live sports extra.

    We'll be back tomorrow morning from 08:00 BST for more rolling news and debate.

    See you then!

  2. Team news

    Leicester v Sunderland (19:45 BST)

    Jermain Defo

    Leicester City captain Wes Morgan remains sidelined for Tuesday's visit of Sunderland because of a back injury.

    Winger Marc Albrighton is available after missing the win over Stoke due to sickness, although Demarai Gray is likely to keep his place in the side.

    Sunderland's top scorer Jermain Defoe is a doubt with an unspecified problem.

    Manager David Moyes said at Monday's pre-match press conference: "Defoe didn't train yesterday. I can't give you any more of an update than that."

    Lee Cattermole could make his first appearance since September after a hip problem, while Victor Anichebe might also be available.

  3. Team news

    Burnley v Stoke (19:45 BST)

    Sean Dyche

    Burnley manager Sean Dyche has reported no new injury concerns ahead of Tuesday's game against Stoke.

    Fit-again midfielder Steven Defour is again likely to be a substitute, while Johann Berg Gudmundsson is not ready to return from knee ligament damage.

    Stoke forward Peter Crouch is a doubt because of a sore knee but Phil Bardsley is available after suspension.

    Xherdan Shaqiri and Geoff Cameron may miss out again because of respective calf and thigh problems.

  4. England withdraw from World Mixed Team Championships


    England have been forced to withdraw from next month's World Mixed Team Championships in Australia following the axing of their Olympic funding. 

    Badminton England, which oversees Great Britain's Olympic programme, had all its public funding from UK Sport stopped last December. 

    An appeal to have it reinstated failed and they have had to pull out of the prestigious mixed team championships, also known as the Sudirman Cup, on the Gold Coast.

    Performance director Jon Austin said: "We are now working through an unprecedented financial situation as a consequence of the recent funding decisions. 

    "The decision is a tough one to make but we have had to consider the investments we now make very carefully. The pressures we are facing right now, both through the people resource and financial investment needed, means we are regrettably not in a position to commit to the Sudirman Cup this year." 

  5. Sturridge could return for Liverpool - Klopp


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    Video caption: Jurgen Klopp says Daniel Sturridge could return for Liverpool

    Jurgen Klopp says striker Daniel Sturridge could play for Liverpool for the first time in nearly two months, but admits that Sadio Mane's injury is "not very positive".

  6. Team news

    Manchester United v Everton (19:45 BST)

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic

    Manchester United will be bolstered by the return from suspension of Ander Herrera and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

    Paul Pogba (hamstring) is a doubt, while Juan Mata, Chris Smalling and Phil Jones are out, but Luke Shaw is set to return to the squad.

    Everton manager Ronald Koeman has no new fitness concerns.

    The game comes too soon for Morgan Schneiderlin, while Aaron Lennon, James McCarthy, Ramiro Funes Mori and Seamus Coleman are also injured.

  7. Wenger bristles over Sanchez speculation


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    Video caption: Arsene Wenger bristles over questions on Alexis Sanchez contract

    Arsene Wenger says he does not understand the "anxiety" over Alexis Sanchez's future at Arsenal, explaining the Chilean has 18 months left on his contract.

  8. BreakingWinks to miss rest of season


    Harry Winks

    Tottenham have confirmed midfielder Harry Winks will miss the rest of the season after sustaining ligament damage to his left ankle during Saturday's win at Burnley.

    The 21-year-old will continue to be monitored by the club's medical team during his recovery.

  9. Coach arrested after 12-0 loss to Barcelona B team


    An Italian coach has been arrested by Spanish police investigating allegations of match-fixing.  

    Filippo Di Pierro, the boss of Spanish third division side Eldense, was arrested after his side's 12-0 defeat to Barcelona's B team on Saturday.  

    The defeat, a joint record for Spain's third tier, sealed Eldense's relegation.

    The following day the club said they would not play any more matches this season, but later backtracked and confirmed the fixtures would be honoured.

  10. US cancer teen surprised with dream trip to watch Leicester


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    Video caption: Travis Hackett finds out on Skype that he will be going to watch Leicester City tonight

    Time for a feel good story of the day.

    A US teenager who credits Leicester City's title win with helping him to beat leukaemia will watch them in person for the first time later.

    Travis Hackett, 13, from San Diego, says the Foxes' amazing feat helped him deal with his gruelling treatment.

    "I just loved how they made that great escape and then came back and surprised everyone the next year, beating all the big teams and winning the title. It was amazing.

    "It was my inspiration to keep on going through all my treatment and they just helped me amazingly."

  11. Gregory does his homework for Masters debut

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    Video caption: US Masters 2017: Scott Gregory prepares for Augusta debut

    Scott Gregory will make his US Masters debut on Thursday, fully prepared for what he will face at Augusta. 

    The British amateur champion, from Waterlooville, has spent hours watching previous year's tournaments on YouTube.

    He also hopes lessons learned from his two rounds at The Open in July will stand him in good stead.

  12. Newcastle sign scrum-half Stuart

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    Sam Stuart

    Newcastle Falcons have signed former Harlequins scrum-half Sam Stuart from Championship side Richmond for the 2017-18 season.

  13. Nothing's changed on Zlatan


    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport


    An interesting story is doing the rounds about Zlatan Ibrahimovic, complete with mock-up picture, saying he has agreed to join LA Galaxy from Manchester United in the summer.

    If that is the case, neither club knows anything about it.

    LA Galaxy have told Ibrahimovic they are prepared to make him the highest-paid player in Major League Soccer history.

    However, United want him to sign the clause in his contract committing him to an additional season at Old Trafford.

    And, as it stands, the 35-year-old has not told either of them what he is going to do.

  14. Carroll has 'point to prove' against Spurs - Clement


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    Video caption: Tom Carroll: Swansea City midfielder has 'point to prove' against Tottenham

    Swansea City midfielder Tom Carroll has a 'point to prove' when they face his former club Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday, according to boss Paul Clement.  

  15. Hamilton hangs out with pandas

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    Lewis Hamilton has left his dogs Roscoe and Coco behind and has swapped them for some time with pandas whilst in China ahead of this weekend's Grand Prix.

  16. Schedule announced for Gold Coast 2018


    The one year countdown is on, and to celebrate the occasion, the schedule for next year's Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast has been announced.

    Women's triathlon will be the first gold medal to be won on the Games' opening day - Thursday, 5 April 2018.

    The men's and women's 100m finals are on day five, while the rugby sevens will bring events to a close on 15 April 2018.

  17. Get Involved - Your tales of abandoned, delayed or cancelled games


    Paul in Bournemouth: We all went to watch a pre-season friendly at Yeovil following my team Bournemouth just before the start of there premier league first season. A flock of seagulls landed on the pitch, it took several stewards many minutes to get the birds to fly away, much to the amusement of the spectators.

    Chris in Blackburn:  I remember many moons ago when QPR had their famous astroturf pitch turning up on a Monday night to watch them take on Nottm Forest. Well that is what I had planned. Unfortunately floodlight failure put paid to those plans! 

    Adam in Kent:   During a league Cricket match in the Chelmsford area one of our players hit a six which went through a bus window, the driver returned the ball on his way back past the ground.

  18. The cricket season is almost here

    Ben Watts

    Sports reporter, BBC Radio Kent

    Australian Jason Gillespie is keeping his message simple to the Kent’s cricketers ahead of the new season – show everyone how good you are.

    The 41-year-old former fast bowler and ex-Yorkshire coach has linked up with Kent as interim assistant as cover for Allan Donald, who is working towards the qualifications he needs to obtain a visa.

    Gillespie says he’s been overwhelmed by the welcome he’s received in the county.

    Kent get their County Championship campaign under way on Friday against Gloucestershire at Canterbury. 

    Ball-by-ball commentary of every game is available online via the BBC Sport website .

    Jason Gillespie
  19. Sagna out injured

    Chelsea v Man City (Wed, 20:00 BST)

    A bit more now from Pep Guardiola.

    The Manchester City manager says defender Bacary Sagna will be out for up to three weeks.

    Guardiola was also asked whether he will warn Sergio Aguero, after the striker was sent-off in City's 3-1 defeat to Chelsea in December.

    "We can talk about many things but we can never say Sergio Aguero is not calm.

    "What happened in that game was many things. We were 1-0 up. We create unbelievable chance. Then circumstances we cannot control changed it. It was amazing. Reaction with Sergio and Fernandinho was our frustration. Fernandinho is one of the nicest guys I ever met. Aguero and Fernandinho are nice guys."

  20. Sunderland respond to Moyes' slap remark


    Sunderland also say that "appropriate action" was taken at the time.

    The statement read: "David recognised this immediately, proactively bringing the matter to the attention of the CEO and apologising to the reporter. 

    "The club also spoke with both a senior figure at the BBC and the reporter personally, expressing its profound regret over what had occurred.

     "The matter was treated with the utmost seriousness from the outset and the swift and decisive action taken by the club and the manager at the time ensured that it was resolved to the satisfaction of the reporter and the BBC, which was the priority."