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Tom Rostance and Mandeep Sanghera

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  1. Post update

    That's all for this page - I'll be back shortly with build-up to the big FA Cup game.

    In the mean time you can follow games at Bournemouth and Stoke.


  2. Coming up

    Everton v Chelsea (17:30 GMT)

    Match of the Day

    Gary Lineker will present our live coverage of Everton against Chelsea and is joined by Alan Shearer, Ruud Gullit and Kevin Kilbane with commentary from Guy Mowbray and Martin Keown. 

    The boys will be on BBC One and the BBC Sport website from 17:20 GMT. 

  3. Lennon for England?

    Everton v Chelsea (17:30 GMT)

    Graeme Sharp

    Four-time FA Cup finalist with Everton on Football Focus

    "When he first came to Everton, Aaron Lennon was lacking a bit of fitness but since he got his fitness up he has become an integral part of team.

    "He has added goals to his game and is in the best run of form form since coming here. 

    "Up here there is talk of him possibly getting into England squad, I am not sure about that, but he has certainly been up there with the best."

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    SMS Message: Poor City performance once again. Too many overpaid, overrated players in the MCFC team. We won't be getting fourth spot, I don't think Pep knows what he's letting himself in for. Such a frustrating team... Should never have bought Sterling, Milner should have stayed. Aguero needed someone decent to partner him, Bony was never the answer from Steve in Middlewich
    Steve in Middlewich
  5. Fire at Exeter

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    A stand has been evacuated in League Two where Exeter had just gone 1-0 up against Carlisle.

  6. 'Massive game for Everton'

    Everton v Chelsea (17:30 GMT)

    Graeme Sharp

    Four-time FA Cup finalist with Everton on Football Focus

    "Our last trophy was in 1995 which is a long, long, time ago. The fans are craving success, it has been too long. 

    "There are signs with this team something might be around corner. We have to stick together. It is a massive game today, massive."

  7. Post update

    Don't forget that we have a very tasty FA Cup match on BBC One later on...

  8. Goal in the Premier League!

    Stoke 0-1 Southampton

    Not to worry now - Graziano Pelle has headed Southampton ahead.

    Follow that game in full here. 

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    Match of the Day

    Has there ever been a completely goalless Match of the Day before...?

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    Stuart Young: That's the end of MCFC in the Premier League title race. Over to to you #LCFC & #THFC for a thrilling finish

    Shane Daly: Raheem Sterling is worth every penny that City paid for him. Well that's if they paid for him in Monopoly money.

    James Kieran: Pellegrini is getting his revenge now. Welcome to Europa league Pep.

    Dave, N. Ayrshire: I remember recently reading from one football 'expert' that City still had the best team. Er, no. League table does not lie and expensively assembled teams shouldn't be confused with best teams. 

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    City title bid over?

    Manchester City

    Joe Hart and Manuel Pellegrini may have both said that the title bid was still on - but can you actually see it now?

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    Stoke City 0-0 Southampton

    There are only two points between these two with Stoke in eighth place and Southampton in ninth.

    It's an upper midtable clash and it's been tight so far.

    Follow that one here.

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    BBC Radio 5 live sports extra

    The action from Twickenham will now take centre stage on BBC Radio 5 Live but you can listen to Bournemouth against Swansea plus updates from around the grounds on BBC 5 Live Sports Extra.

  14. 'That could be huge'

    Norwich 0-0 Man City

    Norwich City

    Norwich's Russell Martin: "That could be huge. Any point is valuable to stop the rot. It is a big point and sends a message out to the teams around us and maybe dents them again.

    "Huge credit to the defence. It was tough, they had a lot of possession but I think we showed better game management than in recent weeks. There were not many clear cut chances, it was a real team effort.

    "I think we need to build on that. It is a fantastic point today and we have to pick up as many as possible. We have a run of games that are pivotal and it is up to us to get as many points as possible but this reinstalls a bit of belief in us."

  15. IS the editor listening...?

    Norwich 0-0 Man City

    Manchester City

    Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart: "I can't see us getting much air time on Match of the Day tonight. We are going to need a crazy season to get even more crazy but we will keep going."

  16. 'We were static'

    Norwich 0-0 Man City

    Manchester City

    Manchester City Manuel Pellegrini: "We are disappointed. We tried to be aggressive with and without the ball. We had a good attitude but we could not create space.

    "Of course we should create more in the last third. We were static up front. Every time that you drop points it is harder but you must continue thinking in a positive way. We must always try to win the title while we mathematically can."

  17. Benitez on Claudio Ranieri

    Newcastle United

    More from new Newcastle boss Rafa Benitez, who says he's looking forward to renewing his friendship with Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri when the two sides meet on Monday.

    "Claudio is a friend. He was Valencia manager before and after me. We have a good relationship. Hopefully we can win on Monday, but they can win the title."

  18. 'We can catch those above us'

    Norwich 0-0 Man City

    Norwich City

    Norwich boss Alex Neil: "We will see at the end of the season how significant that point was. I couldn't ask any more from our players in terms of effort and endeavour. We put a lot into the first half.

    "We had much better decision making today. Last time Norwich got relegated they were five points above the relegation zone with seven games to play so there's no reason why we can't catch some of those above us."

  19. 'We could have had the day off'

    Norwich 0-0 Man City

    Manchester City

    Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart: "It was a disappointing performance. myself and John Ruddy could have had the afternoon off. You have to give credit to Norwich for how they defended. It's worked for them but I'm not bothered about them. We weren't good enough to win the game.

    "Sometimes it not good enough. We needed more invention, more brilliance and that wasn't available. It chops and changes at the top and we have to stay consistent to our beliefs. We believe we can win the league."