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Summary

  1. Premier League news conferences, including Manchester United and Liverpool
  2. Everton, Newcastle and Manchester City to follow, from 13:30 GMT
  3. Chelsea drawn against Paris St-Germain in Women's Champions League quarter-finals
  4. England Under-21 squad announced
  5. Welbeck injured in Arsenal draw, Giroud ends goal drought in Chelsea win
  6. Celtic also claim Europa League win, but Rangers lose in thriller

Live Reporting

By Ben Collins and Ryan Dobney

All times stated are UK

  1. Wrap up

    Right ladies and gentlemen that is everything for today. Make sure you keep up to date with BBC Sport's live coverage of this weekend's action.

    Other than that, have a great weekend - catch you all soon.

  2. Danny Welbeck update

    The striker will be sidelined for a significant amount of time

    Arsenal

    Arsenal's official website have issued the following:

    'Significant right ankle injury. Danny remains in hospital and will continue to be assessed. A further update will be issued over the next 72 hours.'

  3. 'We have to improve' - Nuno Espírito Santo

    Arsenal v Wolves (Sun, 16:30 GMT)

    Wolves

    "We reacted well from the bad performance against Watford, we didn't achieve the result against Brighton or Tottenham but we performed well.

    "We work to perform better and well and then we try to achieve the result. We don't think about the result first - no matter what it's perform well, do your tasks and try to win.

    "We chased the result against Tottenham and gave everything we could and there were a lot of positives but there were a lot of negatives. We have to improve."

  4. Nuno Espírito Santo press conference

    Arsenal v Wolves (Sun, 16:30 GMT)

    Wolves

    Wolves boss Nuno Espírito Santo has called for calm after his sides's mini slump within the league.

    Despite being nominated for last month's manager of the month award, Nuno has seen his side lose their last three games.

    "We're not in the best moment but we have to react to it. In every moment it's a challenge for us because we have to get better.

    "You have to challenge yourself and improve yourself, you cannot get results if you don't perform well, that's what I think and defend."

    Nuno
  5. Box to box

    Silva confirms Bellew visit

    Everton

    Marco Silva said that he met the Everton supporting boxer, Tony Bellew, last week and confirmed that the side will have his title fight against Oleksandr Usyk on in the hotel.

    Bellew will be fighting for all four world cruiserweight titles.

    "I met Tony Bellew last week. He is a huge Evertonian and, of course, we wish him luck and will be supporting him. We will be watching from the team hotel!"

    Tony Bellew
  6. 'We've performed well' - Silva

    Chelsea v Everton (14:15 GMT)

    Everton

    Everton boss Marco Silva is confident that his Everton side can go to the unbeaten Chelsea and put in a positive display.

    "We've performed well in big away games so far but not achieved the results. It is our way to go everywhere and try to achieve a good result."

  7. Back to Everton now for more Marco Silva...

  8. Get Involved

    Best Manchester derby moments?

    Adam, Dartford: Got to be Rooney's overhead kick, simply stunning!!!

    Tom Brown, Altrincham: Winning at Old Trafford last season, that's where the title was truly won!

    Christopher Boyce, London: Why always me?

  9. 'You can feel the difference' - Benitez

    Newcastle v Bournemouth (Sat, !5:00 GMT)

    Newcastle United

    Newcastle United boss Rafael Benitez has said that his side's win against Watford has provided the city and the club with much needed energy.

    “You can feel the difference on the training pitch and in the city, the confidence is higher, but it is just one step forward.

    “Bournemouth are in a very good position in the table - they are playing well, and playing with confidence.”

  10. 'Everyone is a bit happier - Benitez

    Newcastle v Bournemouth (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Newcastle United

    Rafa Benítez has been speaking to the press ahead of Bournemouth's visit to St James' Park.

    The Spaniard confirms that Yoshinori Mutō, Jonjo Shelvey and Jamaal Lascelles are likely to miss Saturday’s game.

    “After an important win everyone is a bit happier, and hopefully we can carry on with this feeling.

    “The contribution of the three players coming from the bench... was key to us getting the three points.”

    Rafael Benitez
  11. 'Of course they will have chances' - Guardiola

    Man City v Man United (Sun, 16:30 GMT)

    Manchester City

    "We have to try to play good for 90 minutes then we will have a chance to win.

    "Of course they will have chances, for 75 minutes we were on top last year but United showed us last season they just need 10 to 15 minutes to create chances they have incredible talent in the middle and up front."

  12. 'History says Manchester United game is tough' - Guardiola

    Man City v Man United (Sun, 16:30 GMT)

    Manchester City

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has insisted that Manchester United deserve a huge amount of credit after their recent turn in form.

    "No doubt about that [credentials] they are a team who went on to win in Turin.

    "Okay, they had trouble after the Cristiano goal but after that they were stable, everyone runs front and back.

    "In Stamford bridge a place which is so hard to win they almost won and in the whole history of Man City it has not been easy to beat United.

    "It is a good rival to score 3 points - tomorrow we speak to the players on what will happen and how we are gong to win the game."

  13. 'Maybe there were jokes'- Guardiola on Sterling penalty

    Man City v Man United (Sun, 16:30 GMT)

    Manchester City

    "So we made an incredible performance but all the news is about Raheem, but this situation happens, there was something in the grass, it wasn’t a penalty, that's all it is not a big issue but in the locker room there was some jokes."

  14. Better than.....

    Man City v Man Utd (Sun, 16:30 GMT)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Pep Guardiola's news conference finished with a funny question about an interview Dani Alves has given, where the former Barcelona defender says being coached by the Catalan is better than sex.

    Guardiola's face turned to puzzlement as he considered what had been said before he broke into a smile.

    "I prefer sex," he said.

  15. Silva pleased with Keane recall

    Chelsea v Everton (14:15 GMT)

    Everton

    Defender Michael Keane was recalled to the England squad yesterday and Everton boss Marco Silva feels he can only get better.

    "I've seen a big difference in Michael. He's improving and learning our defensive process in the team. This is the real Michael Keane and he will keep growing."

  16. Get Involved

    Best Manchester derby moment?

    Liz Tray: It has to be Gary Neville's blunder for Shaun Goater's goal at the last Maine Rd derby. I love Gaz now, he's a proper Manc, he is always very positive about City, but back then...boy was I gleeful about it!

    Mahfuz Kadir: Wayne Rooney's late bicycle kick winner was class.

    James, Stockport: For me it was RVP's free-kick that won United the derby at the death in 2012/2013. Pure class was RVP!!

  17. Richarlison doubtful

    Chelsea v Everton (Sun, 14:15 GMT)

    Everton

    Everton boss Marco Silva is now talking to the media too, giving an update on Richarlison after the in-form Brazilian forward picked up a problem in training this week.

    "He didn't do the whole training session today, he did some individual work. There is a doubt but we will see tomorrow.

    "Phil Jagielka and James McCarthy are in full training with the squad, but Jonjoe Kenny is still a doubt for the weekend."

  18. 'It will be so tight'

    Man City v Man United (Sun, 16:30 GMT)

    Manchester City

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is now talking to the media:

    "We are in good form and United are as well. Like in older games I think it will be so tight until the last minutes.

    "No team will dominate for the 90 minutes so we have to defend till the last minute and try to attack like we have in the last few games."

  19. 'We must wake up' - Jokanović

    Liverpool v Fulham (Sun, 12:00 GMT)

    Fulham

    “I am always confident in myself. I believe in my players, my staff and the people around us. We are where we are, and we must make steps forward.

    “In the last game we chose a really ugly way to lose. You must fight until the last moment, you must give extra effort. We didn’t show the effort and we must now wake up.”

  20. 'We are talking about my present'

    Liverpool v Fulham (Sun, 12:00 GMT)

    Fulham

    Next up from the Premier League bosses is Slaviša Jokanović, who has said his Fulham side need to start improving.

    The Cottagers are rooted to the bottom of the league with just five points so there have been question marks over Jokanovic's position.

    “I am here and we are not talking about my future, we are talking about my present," he said. "We want to be more competitive and start to win the games.”

    Slaviša Jokanović