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  1. News conferences ahead of Premier League return
  2. Swansea and Southampton among those coming up
  3. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger misses news conference after he loses his voice
  4. Chelsea and Manchester City reach Women's Champions League last four
  5. Have your say: #bbcfootball or text 81111

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  1. Chelsea news conference

    Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur (Sunday, 16:00 BST)

    Off to Chelsea and the latest from manager Antonio Conte ahead of the London derby against Spurs.

    The Italian says that goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and defender Andreas Christensen face fitness checks before the game.

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  2. Wagner smells a chance

    Newcastle v Huddersfield (Saturday, 15:00 BST)

    With seven games left for his side, Wagner remains confident that the Terriers can stay in the Premier League.

    "The supporters have backed this team and this football club on an unbelievable level. We smell that we have a chance to stay up. It’s a case of excitement for us," he says.

    “I can only praise my players, so far, on what they have achieved. Our next opportunity to make the next step is Saturday.

    “We are all working towards staying in the Premier League. Everything is so tight, it’s the first time the race to survive is so tight, and there will be twists and turns.”

    David Wagner
  3. Huddersfield news conference

    Newcastle v Huddersfield (Saturday, 15:00 BST)

    Huddersfield are currently in 15th place, three points above the relegation zone but Wagner is ready for the final stages of the season.

    “It’s a very exciting game against Newcastle," he said. "We are in the most exciting period of the season and entering the last few yards. We have very good memories at St. James’ Park.

    “We have seven games to go and are in and around the area where it’s exciting for us. Now we have to take the excitement onto the pitch, use all the freedom to perform like you can and then try to get a great performance and a good result."

    Wagner also says defender Terence Kongolo is fit again after a hip injury.

    David Wagner
  4. Huddersfield news conference

    Newcastle v Huddersfield (Saturday, 15:00 BST)

    While we wait for more news from north London, Huddersfield manager David Wagner has given an injury update on his squad ahead of the trip to Newcastle.

    Striker Aaron Mooy and midfielder Philip Billing are both in contention are both in contention to play, despite picking up minor injuries on international duty.

    Wagner says they will train with rest of the squad on Friday.

    Aaron Mooy
  5. McCarthy to leave Ipswich

    Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy will leave his role when his contract expires at the end of the season, the Championship club have confirmed.

    The 59-year-old ex-Wolves and Sunderland boss is the longest-serving manager in the division, having arrived in 2012.

    Mick McCarthy
  6. Spurs injury worries

    Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur (Sunday, 16:00 BST)

    The latest injury news from Spurs is that striker Harry Kane is continuing to step up his rehab after his recent ankle injury.

    However, the news is less good for midfielder Harry Winks who needs further assessment on an ankle problem after his withdrawal from the England Under 21 squad.

    Harry Winks
  7. Lewandowski set for Real move

    According to Spanish paper AS, Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski is set to force through a big-money transfer to Real Madrid this summer

    The 29-year-old Polish international wants to finish his career with the Spanish giants and will tell Bayern that he wants to leave this summer.

    Robert Lewandowski
  8. What's coming up?

    Let's hope for better luck hearing from those 10 than we did with Thursday morning's sole news conference.

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger was due to face the media earlier but the Frenchman has lost his voice, and assistant Steve Bould had to take his place.

    First up this afternoon is Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino - unless his assistant Jesus Perez fancies a go in the spotlight instead.

    Jesus Perez and Mauricio Pochettino
  9. What's coming up?

    As we mentioned earlier, we have Mauricio Pochettino (Spurs), David Wagner (Huddersfield), Sean Dyche (Burnley), Antonio Conte (Chelsea), Chris Hughton (Brighton), Roy Hodgson (Crystal Palace), Claude Puel (Leicester), Javi Gracia (Watford), Mark Hughes (Southampton) and Carlos Carvalhal (Swansea) all to come.

  10. Thursday's football latest

    Welcome back to an afternoon packed with pearls of wisdom from Premier League managers,,,

    It's going to be a hectic couple of hours with 10 managers in front of the media.

  11. Thursday's football latest

    That's it from us for now.

    As we've mentioned already, Mauricio Pochettino is the next Premier League manager to face the media with the Spurs boss due up from 1230.

    But there is a busy lunchtime period ahead with David Wagner (Huddersfield), Sean Dyche (Burnley), Antonio Conte (Chelsea), Chris Hughton (Brighton), Roy Hodgson (Crystal Palace), Claude Puel (Leicester), Javi Gracia (Watford), Mark Hughes (Southampton) and Carlos Carvalhal (Swansea) still to come.

    We'll bring you the latest news from those later on.

    Mauricio Pochettino
  12. Ups and downs

    We are coming to the business end of the season in all of the English and Scottish divisions with promotion and relegation up for decision.

    For all of the possible permutations, BBC Sport has come up with an easy-to-follow guide.

    And you can find out what links Manchester City and Brechin City!

    Manchester City celebrate their Carabao Cup win
  13. More overseas travel for Wales

    Football Association of Wales chief executive Jonathan Ford has told BBC Wales Sport he is open to the prospect of further global experiences for Ryan Giggs' side.

    The Euro 2016 semi-finalists received financial incentives to take part in the China Cup, where they beat China and lost to Uruguay, and to play Real Madrid star Gareth Bale.

    "We had the opportunity to use our visit to help Wales and football in Wales to continue to prosper domestically and internationally," Ford said.

    "They are challenging trips; it is clearly a long way to go, so we don't want to necessarily do that every single year. But certainly opportunities like China - both for football and the wider Welsh interest - are something we would consider."

    Ryan Giggs
  14. Fifa to look into racist abuse

    Fifa is looking into alleged racist abuse directed at France players during Tuesday's 3-1 win over Russia.

    The world governing body said in a statement it was "collecting the different match reports and potential evidence" of the discrimination.

    Manchester United's Paul Pogba and Barcelona's Ousmane Dembele are said to be among those subjected to taunts.

    Paul Pogba
  15. Davies's new adventure

    From Premier League star to lower league manager - Kevin Davies is putting in the hard yards in his new role at Southport.

    The former Southampton, Blackburn and Bolton forward is now in charge at the team who are in the sixth tier of English football, the National League North.

    BBC Sport has been to meet Davies to find out what life is like in the lower divisions.

    Kevin Davies
  16. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111

    It seems Arsene Wenger may have overdone it on the talking front over the international break with the Frenchman losing his voice.

    With top-flight competition resuming on Saturday, what have you missed most about Premier League football over the international break?

    Has it been a pleasant distraction from relegation worries or have you been chomping at the bit for it all to get going again?

    Send us your views via #bbcfootball or by text on 81111.

  17. FA 'confident' over women's Team GB side

    The Football Association are "confident" there will be a women's football side representing Team GB at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

    The head of women's football, Baroness Sue Campbell, told BBC Sport the other home nations were "really supportive".

    However, BBC Sport understands the Scottish FA would be against having Scots in a GB team, but would not stand in the way of a squad of English women. The Irish FA refused to comment while the Welsh FA has yet to respond.

    Team GB reached the quarter-finals at London 2012 but did not enter a team for the Rio 2016 Games because the four home nation football associations could not reach an agreement.

    Great Britain women at London 2012
  18. Arsenal news conference

    Arsenal v Stoke (Sunday, 13:30 BST)

    That's all from Arsenal for now. Get well soon Arsene!

    Next manager up is Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino from 13:00 BST.

  19. Arsenal news conference

    Arsenal v Stoke (Sunday, 13:30 BST)

    Bould was asked about Wenger's influence at the club.

    "I admire him immensely," he said. "He takes unbelievable stick off a lot of people but he is one of the great managers and it is a pleasure to sit next to him."

    But when asked if Wenger is being treated by the media, he refused to comment

    "I’m not here to answer those sort of questions. I’d much prefer to concentrate on the football," he insisted. "He is doing a great job as far as I am concerned."

    And when Bould was asked if Wenger would be at the club next season, he wasn't giving away any secrets.

    Arsene Wegner
  20. Arsenal news conference

    Arsenal v Stoke (Sunday, 13:30 BST)

    So it's up to assistant manager Steve Bould to issue the injury news on Jack Wilshere.

    "Jack had a bit of a knee problem, he has come back and is fine," says the former defender, who said Wilshere trained on Wednesday. "As far as I'm aware there is no issue [with England]."

    Bould also says Lacazette could be involved on Sunday.

    "He needs as much match time as we can get him," he admits.