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Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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  1. Early team news

    Stoke v Brighton (15:00 GMT)

    Jese

    Stoke forward Jese is in the squad for the first time since 2 December, having been given time off to be with his prematurely born son.

    Defender Bruno Martins Indi returns after missing the defeat by Bournemouth with a minor injury.

    Brighton's £14m record signing Jurgen Locadia is set to make his debut after overcoming a hamstring injury.

    Midfielders Steve Sidwell and Jiri Skalak remain their only absentees.

  2. Early team news

    Everton v Crystal Palace (15:00 GMT)

    Everton are expected to make changes to the side beaten 5-1 by Arsenal, including reverting to a back four.

    Leighton Baines, Maarten Stekelenburg and Ramiro Funes Mori remain unavailable but are nearing a first-team return after injuries.

    Wilfried Zaha, Julian Speroni and Martin Kelly are the latest players to be added to Crystal Palace's lengthy injury list.

    January signings Alexander Sorloth and Erdal Rakip could both be involved.

  3. RIP Liam Miller

    The footballing world will remember Liam Miller today, and always.

    You can get in touch with us at #bbcfootball if you have any memories you'd like to share

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  4. RIP Liam Miller

    Liam Miller

    Some truly terrible news to start the day with, I'm afraid.

    Former Celtic and Manchester United midfielder Liam Miller has died at the age of 36.

    Miller, who won 21 caps for the Republic of Ireland between 2004 and 2009, had been suffering from cancer.

    Miller started his career at Celtic in 2000 before moving to Old Trafford four years later, also playing for Leeds, Sunderland, QPR and Hibernian.

    Celtic said they were "deeply saddened", adding that their "thoughts are with his family and friends".

    BBC Scotland pundit Tam McManus, who played with Miller at Hibs, tweeted: "I'm afraid it is true that Liam Miller has sadly passed away today. Thoughts are with all his family and friends at this horrendous time. So sad."

  5. Today's action

    The north London derby starts us off at lunchtime but there are six games in total to stay up to date with today.

    Here's your Premier League rundown:

    Tottenham v Arsenal (12:30 GMT)

    Everton v Crystal Palace (15:00 GMT)

    Stoke v Brighton (15:00 GMT)

    Swansea v Burnley (15:00 GMT)

    West Ham v Watford (15:00 GMT)

    Man City v Leicester (17:30 GMT)

  6. Post update

    Tottenham v Arsenal (12:30 GMT)

    We will have confirmed team news from Wembley for you an hour before kick-off...

  7. Early team news

    Tottenham v Arsenal (12:30 GMT)

    Lucas Moura

    Tottenham's £23m signing Lucas Moura is in contention to make his debut against Arsenal.

    Centre-back Toby Alderweireld, midfielder Harry Winks and left-back Danny Rose all returned from long-term injuries to play in the midweek FA Cup win over Newport County.

    Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech is a doubt, having been substituted with a calf injury during the win over Everton last week.

    Forward Danny Welbeck could be fit, while defender Nacho Monreal has recovered from illness.

  8. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    How are you feeling Spurs fans? Gooners?

    You can't beat derby day can you?

    This looks like an important one too - will either/both/none of the two sides be in the Champions League next season?

    Fire away to us on text (81111, UK ONLY, names on please) or tweet us at #bbcfootball

  9. Can Arsenal end away woes?

    Tottenham v Arsenal (12:30 GMT)

    Steve Bower

    Match of the Day commentator

    Tony Adams

    The added spice to the north London derby mix is the Champions League chase, and the first Wembley meeting in almost 25 years since a Tony Adams goal won an FA Cup semi-final for Arsenal.

    How the Gunners could do with a defensive leader anywhere near the mould of their former skipper for this one. Their issues away from home won't go away - beaten six times already and winless in their last 15 league games on the road against the rest of the 'big six'.

    Aside from the bragging rights, three points would be hugely significant. If Arsenal win they move a point behind Spurs; lose and they are seven behind and facing what might be an impossible challenge.

  10. Derby day

    Tottenham v Arsenal (12:30 GMT)

    Has the power shifted in north London?

    Last season Tottenham finished above their dreaded rivals for the first time in 22 years.

    Harry Kane

    Spurs have been on top in the derby too, losing just one of the last seven meetings.

    Arsenal goal

    But that win did come earlier this season at the Emirates, and a win at Wembley this lunchtime would put Arsene Wenger's side within a point of the men in white.

    Arsenal back in business?

    Wenger