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By Ben Collins

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  1. Bye for now

    But we do have some news on Arsenal, with the Gunners and Tottenham having been charged after the melee during yesterday's game.

    Thanks for joining us as we prepare for another round of Premier League fixtures.

    And if it comes close to matching the weekend's action, we're in for a treat!

    I'll leave you with our latest football stories...

  2. Post update

    And having waited all afternoon for some more reaction to Arsenal's thrilling derby win yesterday, it doesn't seem we're going to hear from the Gunners today.

    Maybe there's a few sore heads down at the Emirates?

  3. Murray the danger man

    Brighton v Crystal Palace (Tues, 19:45 GMT)

    Crystal Palace

    Striker Glenn Murray has recently reached 100 goals for Brighton and also enjoyed a successful spell at Palace, scoring 47 goals for the Eagles.

    Palace boss Roy Hodgson is a fan - but also know he's probably their biggest danger tomorrow night.

    He added: "I've been very impressed this season. He left a very good impression here, everyone that played with him speaks highly of him. He's a threat and we'll have to pay close attention to him."

    Glenn Murray
  4. Will Hodgson do a Klopp?

    Brighton v Crystal Palace (Tues, 19:45 GMT)

    Crystal Palace

    If Palace get a late winner at Brighton tomorrow, what price on Roy Hodgson doing a Klopp?! Now that would be something!

    The Eagles will go into it in a buoyant mood after beating Burnley to end an eight-game winless run.

    Boss Hodgson said: "The performances have been there but not always the result. We played positively from the first and gave the crowd something to cheer."

    Roy Hodgson
  5. One for the ages or 'absolutely shocking'?

    No big surprise to hear that Jurgen Klopp has been charged. The Liverpool manager's celebration after yesterday's late, late derby winner divided opinion.

    Here's a summary of how you reacted

  6. BreakingJurgen Klopp charged with misconduct

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has been charged by the Football Association with misconduct for running on to the pitch after his side's 96th-minute winner against Everton at Anfield.

    Here's the full story

    Jurgen Klopp
  7. Eagles team news

    Brighton v Crystal Palace (Tues, 19:45 GMT)

    Crystal Palace

    Palace won at home to Burnley on Saturday and it was a welcome one - they hadn't won in eight before that.

    It seems the Eagles also came through the game unscathed.

    Boss Roy Hodgson said: "We were lucky we didn't pick up any real injuries at the weekend, just the usual knocks and bruises of Premier League matches. At the moment it looks like the same players are available again.

    "It's a three-game week so you'll likely see changes in teams. Outside of those playing European football, most teams aren't used to it. Most managers are anxious to make changes if things are going well."

    James McArthur and Roy Hodgson
  8. 'This one is special'

    Brighton v Crystal Palace (Tues, 19:45 GMT)

    Crystal Palace

    It's the turn of fellow Londoners Crystal Palace to take on their bitter rivals tomorrow as they make the trip down to East Sussex to face Brighton.

    Palace boss Roy Hodgson said: "We're excited for the derby. We're excited for every game, but this one is particularly special for our fans - we're fully aware of that. The only way to satisfy them is to play well and win."

  9. Post update

    So that's another Premier League boss who has done his media duties for another day.

    We're still waiting on Arsenal, who I expect are still buzzing after yesterday's cracking north London derby win.

  10. Maddison response impresses Puel

    Fulham v Leicester (Weds, 19:45 GMT)

    Leicester City

    Jamie Vardy and James Maddison were the scorers as Leicester beat Watford on Saturday to go six unbeaten in all competitions.

    And boss Claude Puel was particularly impressed with Maddison after the youngster was sent off in his previous game, a 1-1 draw against Brighton.

    Puel said: "It was the right response from him. He was very upset with himself and it was important for him to give a good reward to his team-mates and bring the quality to his game.

    "Now he must continue in this way with the same application and concentration."

    James Maddison
  11. Foxes face Ranieri reunion

    Fulham v Leicester (Weds, 19:45 GMT)

    Leicester City

    Wednesday will of course see Leicester renew acquaintances with new Fulham boss Claudio Ranieri, who led them to that memorable title success in 2015-16.

    Leicester boss Claude Puel said: "I have a lot of respect for Claudio, for what he won and what he gave for the club. It will be a special game. I remember when I played against Southampton for the first time, it was strange but I wanted to win.

    "It will be a tough game, not just because Claudio is the manager but because Fulham played well against Southampton and Chelsea. We have to be careful."

    Claude Puel
  12. Foxes team news

    Fulham v Leicester (Weds, 19:45 GMT)

    Leicester City

    Harry Maguire and Rachid Ghezzal remain out for Leicester's trip to Fulham on Wednesday while Jamie Vardy is doubtful with a groin problem after helping the Foxes beat Watford on Saturday.

    Boss Claude Puel said: "At the moment, I do not know my starting team as we have some injury problems with different players. We will see tomorrow (Tuesday).

    "Jamie felt something but I will see with our medical staff. Maguire and Ghezzal, we will see for Saturday."

    Jamie Vardy
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    Would Saturday give Harry Redknapp enough time to come back from I'm A Celebrity and return to the Southampton hotseat?

    Zack: Redknapp to leave the jungle early for the Southampton job would leave a bitter taste in Saints' fans mouths, just like a bush tucker trial.

  14. Wembley bow for Davis

    Tottenham v Southampton (Weds, 20:00 GMT)


    Some managers go their whole career without getting to lead a side out at Wembley, so what a lucky fella Kelvin Davis is.

    We don't know what the future holds for him - neither does he - but having your first game in management at the home of football is not a bad way to start.

    "The opportunity I've got now is to take the lads for a couple of days' training and to prepare for the Tottenham game," he said.

    "After that is after that. I don't think it would be wise to even consider anything after that.

    "My aspirations are to continue to support the club as best I can and if one day an opportunity arises to become a manager I would love that. But for now that's a million miles away from my mind."

  15. Davis expects Hughes successor by weekend

    Tottenham v Southampton (Weds, 20:00 GMT)


    After Mark Hughes' sacking, first-team coach Kelvin Davis has been named interim boss for Southampton's trip to Tottenham.

    And that could be his one and only game in charge as the former keeper expects the club to install a permanent manager before Saturday's trip to Cardiff, with former RB Leipzig boss Ralph Hasenhuttl seen as the front-runner to replace Hughes.

    Asked if him being given control only up to Wednesday's game suggests an appointment before the weekend, Davis replied: "To me it does indicate that. But whether that happens or not will be up to the guys upstairs. I'm taking the team up until Wednesday and we'll see after that."

    Kelvin Davis
  16. 'Sometimes it can make you stronger'

    Bournemouth v Huddersfield (Tues, 19:45 GMT)

    Huddersfield Town

    Huddersfield boss David Wagner and his players were aggrieved by a number of decisions during Saturday's defeat by Brighton, which ended a three-match unbeaten run, but he feels it could bring them together.

    "Sometimes situations like this make you stronger and give you more desire," Wagner said. "This wasn't what we deserved, but it's in the past and now it's about the next challenge.

    "It's a big game (at Bournemouth) because after the experience we had two days ago we want to get points on the board. It's a very difficult task.

    "Bournemouth have a lot of qualities. We want to make sure we are ready and we will see what we get out of this game. We have to be at our best."

    David Wagner
  17. Hooray for VAR

    Watford v Man City (Tues, 20:00 GMT)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Pep Guardiola has welcomed Uefa's decision to introduce VAR for the knockout phase of the Champions League - and not just because Manchester City had an important goal incorrectly ruled out against Liverpool in last season's quarter-final.

    He is also thinking about the penalty City were given against Shakhtar Donetsk at Etihad Stadium last month when Raheem Sterling appeared to fall over after kicking the ground.

    Guardiola said: "I am delighted with it. The Premier League is the last one and sooner or later it will happen.

    "The second goal against Shakhtar was a ridiculous penalty. With VAR, we are looking to make better decisions most of the time.

    "The referee won't always do a good job. Everyone makes mistakes but with this we can correct them in three seconds."

    Raheem Sterling
  18. Terriers to make Mounie appeal

    Bournemouth v Huddersfield (Tues, 19:45 GMT)

    Huddersfield Town

    Huddersfield have appealed against striker Steve Mounie's dismissal in Saturday's defeat to Brighton.

    Mounie was shown a straight red card by referee Michael Oliver in the 32nd minute for his challenge on Yves Bissouma.

    "We appealed Steve Mounie's red card and hope to hear something back (on Monday)," said Town boss David Wagner. "I've seen the video footage and still have the same opinion I had after the game."

    Mounie faces a three-match ban if the appeal is unsuccessful, beginning at Bournemouth tomorrow, with Wagner expected to recall Laurent Depoitre to his starting XI.

  19. '70 and beyond'

    West Ham v Cardiff (Tues, 19:45 GMT)

    West Ham United

    At 70 years old, Cardiff boss Neil Warnock almost makes West Ham's Manuel Pellegrini look like a rookie but the 65-year-old Chilean hopes to hit that milsetone in management too.

    "I know Warnock," he said. "He has worked a lot of years and I respect him a lot. I hope I have the chance to continue to 70 and beyond, like him."

    Manuel Pellegrini
  20. Anderson and Snodgrass improving

    West Ham v Cardiff (Tues, 19:45 GMT)

    West Ham United

    Back to West Ham and it's been some turn around in fortunes for Robert Snodgrass, who spent last season on loan in the Championship with Aston Villa.

    Record signing Felipe Anderson has soon settled in too since being brought in over the summer.

    Boss Manuel Pellegrini said: "I think Felipe is improving. He played a very good game (at Newcastle) and he knows more about what he should be doing and not doing. He is improving every game.

    "I spoke with Snodgrass at the beginning of the season. It depended on what he wanted and I gave him some demands about his work. He's a great professional player who has the desire to be here."

    Felipe Anderson