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Laura Savvas and Elizabeth Hudson

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  1. Post update

    And just like that, our time together comes to an end *plays violins*

    Today's Premier League news conferences have finished, which means it's nearly the end of the working day.

    Don't forget, Arsenal and Chelsea are in action in the Europa League tonight.

    Have a good one and thanks for joining us!

    sean dyche
  2. Millwall charged by FA

    Millwall have been charged by the Football Association after some fans allegedly chanted racist language during the FA Cup fourth-round win over Everton in January.

    Supporters could be heard using a racist term that is derogatory to the Pakistani community during the game.

    The FA says Millwall have been charged with a breach of rule E20.

    "It is alleged the club failed to ensure its spectators conducted themselves in an orderly fashion and refrained from using abusive and/or insulting words, which included a reference to race and/or ethnic origin, during the Emirates FA Cup tie against Everton on 26 January 2019," said a statement.

    Police at The Den
  3. 'Hodgson has done fantastic things' - Puel

    Leicester v Crystal Palace (Sat, 17:30)

    Leicester City

    This weekend, Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson will become the oldest manager to manage a Premier League game.

    “It is fantastic. I don’t know if I would like to manage a club at this age," said Puel.

    “He has a long career and is a nice man, a great manager. He has done fantastic things and congratulations for his career and for the man he is.”

    Puel on Youri Tielemans: “I think Youri is not a defensive midfielder. He is a midfielder who can be box-to-box.

    "He has a good shot, he can score, he can give assists and a good influence on the game.”

    Roy Hodgson and Claude Puel
  4. 'Gray lacks end product at the moment but he has all the qualities for the future.

    Leicester v Crystal Palace (Sat, 17:30)

    Leicester City

    On experimenting with Demarai Gray's position: “It was a good opportunity to see Dimi. I was pleased with his performance and if for example, Jamie [Vardy] scored when he came on, it’s perhaps because Dimi tired out the defence.

    “He has fantastic starts, he can make the difference with good penetration and now he needs to learn to have calm, to have the right touch, to finish. He does not have the end product at the moment but he has all the qualities for the future.

    “He needs to have the clinical edge because a striker or winger needs to score.”

    Demarai Gray
  5. 'We need to find a clinical edge and go up the table'

    Leicester v Crystal Palace (Sat, 17:30)

    Leicester City

    Puel on current form: “We had a lot of chances in our last games against Liverpool, Man Utd and Tottenham. I was pleased with our performances, but we need to find a clinical edge.”

    On upcoming fixtures: “We need points. We have two home games and it will be important to find results for our confidence and to go up the table.”

    Claude Puel
  6. Foxes team news

    Leicester v Crystal Palace (Sat, 17:30)

    Leicester City

    A snippet of team news to bring you now from the Foxes' manager.

    “We have not available [Daniel] Amartey and [Marc] Albrighton.

    “After we will see, we have [Ben] Chilwell and [James] Maddison, and we will make a point tomorrow in training to check. It is not serious but we will see tomorrow.

    “[Nampalys] Mendy’s available. He came back in training session this week.”

    James Maddison
  7. Puel not commenting on Peter Schmeichel

    Leicester v Crystal Palace (Sat, 17:30)

    Leicester City

    Peter Schmeichel also said claimed the Foxes don't have a manager who can lead them up the table.

    “I don’t want to make comments about people outside the club, it’s not my concern, I have a lot of respect for his career," Puel said.

    “After, I don’t know Peter. I don’t want to make other comments about this.”

    Claude Puel
  8. 'Schmeichel is happy at Leicester'

    Leicester v Crystal Palace (Sat, 17:30)

    Leicester City

    Claude Puel insists Kasper Schmeichel is happy at Leicester, after comments from the goalkeeper's dad Peter suggested otherwise.

    “I had a discussion with Kasper, not just about this but different things. He is happy to play with Leicester, he extended his contract a few months ago.

    “He understands the project and what we are trying to put in place.

    “He is happy with Leicester and this is the most important thing.”

    Kasper Schmeichel
  9. 'We are in a better place'

    Burnley v Tottenham Hotspur (Sat, 12:30 GMT)


    More from Sean Dyche, who brought all of the Burnley team, including backroom staff, away last week for a training camp when they had no Premier League game scheduled.

    "There is still lots of work to be done but we are in a better place than we were," he says.

    "We’ve changed on the positive side and the players deserve a lot of credit.

    "But we have to continue in that vein."

    Sean Dyche
  10. Post update

    Leicester v Crystal Palace (Sat, 17:30)

    Leicester City

    Claude Puel is in the building!

    We'll bring you updates of our final news conference of the day imminently.

    View more on twitter
  11. City fan in critical condition

    Manchester City

    Manchester City say one of their fans is in "a critical condition in hospital" after an alleged assault following their Champions League win over Schalke in Germany on Wednesday.

    "The club are working with Greater Manchester Police and German Police to ascertain more information," said a statement

    They added staff had stayed in Germany "to support the family" of the injured fan.

    Champions League banner
  12. Brady set to return for Burnley

    Burnley v Tottenham Hotspur (Sat, 12:30 GMT)


    Injruy news from Burnley and Sean Dyche has confirmed that wide men Robbie Brady and Johann Berg Gudmundsson are both fit and available to face Spurs in Saturday's early game.

    However, Steven Defour again misses out.

    Robbie Brady
  13. 'We need to find solutions'

    Newcastle v Huddersfield (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Huddersfield Town

    Newcastle are only a point above the drop zone and Siewert knows what his side must do against Rafa Benitez's side.

    "We are focused on playing our style against Newcastle." he says.

    "They are physically a very strong team with a tall target player.

    "The wing-backs play high up the pitch, which is what we have to deal with and we will have to find solutions."

    Jan Siewert
  14. 'I saw progress'

    Newcastle v Huddersfield (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Huddersfield Town

    On the injury front, Siewert says that Elias Kachunga has had the flu but Chris Lowe and Jonas Lossl are back in training.

    “We had a very good game against Arsenal but I didn’t like the result," he goes on.

    “It’s great that Karlan Grant scored and it has given him confidence.

    "You have to judge each game separately. This is a new game but I saw progress."

    Jan Siewert
  15. 'We will keep fighting'

    Newcastle v Huddersfield (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Huddersfield Town

    Huddersfield's situation is not looking great at the foot of the Premier League.

    They are six points adrift of second from bottom Fulham and 14 points from safety but head coach Jan Siewert, who has been up for his pre-game briefing ahead of the trip to Newcastle, is not giving up hope

    “We have 12 games left and in each game there’s a chance," says the German.

    "We take each game separately. We aren’t satisfied with our situation but we are excited for our next game. As long as its mathematically possible, we will fight for it. We will keep the fighting spirit."

    Jan Siewert
  16. Spurs considering warm weather training camp next month

    Burnley v Tottenham (Sat, 12:30)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    And a final update from Mauricio...

    View more on twitter
  17. 'Alli is in the last part of his recovery' - Poch

    Burnley v Tottenham (Sat, 12:30)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    On Dele Alli: "He's good. We're happy. This muscle injury is different. He's in the last part of his recovery. Difficult to know, maybe one week, 10 days, two weeks.

    "In the last period, a key part of his recovery. We'll see because we're going to assess him day by day."

    Dele Alli
  18. 'If you ask Harry, he was ready to play 10 days ago'

    Burnley v Tottenham (Sat, 12:30)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Poch on whether Kane feels ready to play: "Yes, but I don't care, like him or another player it will be me to decide, with my staff, the sports science and the doctor.

    "Of course if you ask him 10 days ago he was ready to play. The last worry is always with me who is going to take the risk."

  19. 'Kane being available again will be a massive impact for us' - Poch

    Burnley v Tottenham (Sat, 12:30)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Poch begins with the question on everyone's lips: Is Harry Kane available?

    "He’s good. He’s very good. I think we need to assess him. One training session more and then decide, but I think he’s doing well and I’m happy for him.

    "Maybe he's going to be available to be part of the squad. We all know that Harry is an animal and wants to be ready as soon as possible.

    "The issue that he suffered is tough to recover from, you can't push and push. We are so happy that the last 10 days have been fantastic and being available again will be a massive impact for all of us."

    Harry Kane
  20. Ranieri aiming for three points from West Ham, Saints and Chelsea

    West Ham v Fulham (Fri, 19:45)


    On a big run of games: "West Ham, Southampton and Chelsea in very few days. We will know more after these matches. My target is to get three points."

    On Ryan Sessegnon's development: "This is normal he is 18-years-old. I saw him getting better and he has a chance to play. We need some young players who have a new mentality to change our way."

    Ryan Sessegnon