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Denise Evans and Helen Rowe-Willcocks

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  1. Farewell!

    Well, we think that David de Gea act of generosity is a really nice way to end our live coverage today.

    Here's a quick recap on what we've been discussing today:

    • Man Utd win thanks to Mason Greenwood strike
    • Arsenal win comfortably in the Europa League with youth team
    • Celtic draw and Rangers win in their respective Europa League games
    • Man City's John Stones is still another month away from full fitness
    • Jagielka looking forward to Goodison Park return

    Thanks for watching and especially for your get involved suggestions.

    Pep Guardiola
  2. De Gea's kindness

    West Ham v Man Utd (Sun, 14:00 BST)

    Manchester United

    Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea has donated 200,000 Euros (£176,000) to the Spanish Red Cross to aid the clear up operation in the flooded areas of Alicante and Murcia.

    The recent storms claimed seven lives and thousands had to be evacuated from the area due to torrential rain that closed airports.

    De Gea's father comes from Alicante.

    David de Gea
  3. Pep's challenge

    Man City v Watford (Sat, 15:00BST)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is not getting down about his lack of central defensive options.

    With Vincent Kompany sold and Ayermic Laporte and John Stones both injured, Guardiola must play Fernandinho in central defence tomorrow, with 18-year-olds Eric Garcia and Taylor Harwood-Bellis likely to be involved in Tuesday's EFL Cup tie at Preston.

    "We don’t have many other options," said Guardiola.

    "We have two young players we trust a lot. We will count on them. It is not a problem it is a challenge."

    Vincent Kompany
  4. 'I didn't need to persuade Hudson-Odoi' - Lampard

    Chelsea v Liverpool (Sun, 16:30 BST)


    Lastly from Frank Lampard, he spoke about Callum Hudson-Odoi signing a new five-year contract: "I spoke to Callum pre-season when were in Dublin and pretty much as soon as I got the job, I wanted to make him aware he was part of my plans.

    "He's worked hard to get one foot into the first team and the contract felt like it was what everyone wanted. I believe in his talent. When the contract is signed, that's when the hard work starts for him. We know the talent he has and there is a lot more to come.

    "A lot of the talk was before me, the conversations between us were not persuasive, I wanted him as part of my plans."

  5. Pep praise for Gabriel Jesus

    Man City v Watford (Sat, 15:00BST)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Pep Guardiola has been heaping praise on Brazilian striker Gabriel Jesus.

    Jesus scored in Manchester City's Champions League win against Shakhtar Donetsk on Wednesday and Guardiola could not be more delighted with the 22-year-old's attitude.

    "Gabriel's behaviour in the training session is fantastic," said Guardiola.

    "He has to battle with one of the best strikers ever (Sergio Aguero). He has accepted that. It is not easy.

    "I am so delighted with Gabriel. He has to be patient. I know, when he plays he does absolutely everything. He is the future of this club."

    Gabriel Jesus
  6. Kante close to Chelsea return

    Chelsea v Liverpool (Sun, 16:30 BST)


    More from Chelsea boss Frank Lampard, who says Mason Mount has a chance playing against Liverpool on Sunday after an ankle injury suffered against Valencia on Tuesday.

    "He's got a chance," Lampard said. "We all saw the image of the tackle afterwards which made it look really bad but we are trying to get him moving today. We'll make a call before the game. The good thing with Mason is his attitude, he'll try everything to get out there and play for this club."

    He also said N'Golo Kante is also in contention having returned to training following an ankle injury. "It's a boost with N'Golo, we all know the importance of him for the team," added Lampard. "The only question is how fit he is, he's had a long time out now. He missed the pre-season. We have to manage him but it's great to have him back in and around us."

    N'Golo Kante
  7. One month out for John Stones

    Man City v Watford (Sat, 15:00BST)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola hopes to have John Stones back in a month.

    Stones injured a thigh during training ahead of the midweek Champions League win over Shakhtar Donetsk.

    There were initial fears Stones could be out for six weeks but it appears the damage is not quite as bad as that.

    "Hopefully one month," said Guardiola.

    Fernandinho will partner Nicolas Otamendi in central defence against Watford tomorrow.

    Fernandinho and Nicolas Otamendi
  8. Post update

    Crystal Palace v Wolves (Sun, 14:00 BST)

    Crystal Palace

    “We are very happy with Jordan Ayew. He’s shown his quality in a number of games this season," Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson said.

    "The mood in the squad is good and we have players now returning from long injuries."

    Jordan Ayew
  9. 'Watford's second half against Arsenal - wow' - Guardiola

    #Man City v Watford (Sat, 15:00 BST)

    Manchester City

    Pep Guardiola on the difference of playing Watford now and in the FA Cup last season:

    "Watford have changed their manager and I wish Quique Sanchez Flores all the best.

    I watched Watford against Arsenal on the plane home yesterday. The second half - wow.

    "There is a lot of difference now compared to when we played them in the FA Cup final.

    "It was the last game of the season, we knew we could make history.

    "Now it’s still the beginning of the season, there are new players, new challenges. We can’t compare it."

  10. Hard work starts for Hudson-Odoi - Lampard

    Chelsea v Liverpool (Sun, 16:30 BST)

    Chelsea boss Frank Lampard also says that "the hard works really starts" now Callum Hudson-Odoi has signed a new five-year deal, understood to be worth more than £120,000.

    More to come, shortly.

    Callum Hudson-Odoi
  11. 'We take it as a challenge' - Guardiola

    Man City v Watford (Sat, 15:00 BST)

    Manchester City

    Pep Guardiola on central defence options, with his side missing John Stones and Aymeric Laporte:

    "We have many options, we have too young players who we trust a lot.

    "We have been very impressed with them and we are going to trust them. We are not going to take it as a problem, we will take it as a challenge.

    "If it does not work, we try something else."

    Aymeric Laporte
  12. 'I don't have doubts about this team' - Guardiola

    Man City v Watford (sat, 15:00 BST)

    Manchester City

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  13. Mount has 'chance' of facing Liverpool - Lampard

    Chelsea v Liverpool (Sun, 16:30 BST)


    Chelsea boss Frank Lampard has been speaking to the media and he says Mason Mount "has a chance" of facing Liverpool on Sunday following an ankle injury in the Champions League defeat by Valencia on Tuesday.

    More to come from the head coach shortly.

    Mason Mount
  14. Pep's defensive troubles

    Man City v Watford (Sat, 15:00BST)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Pep Guardiola is due along shortly.

    Manchester City coped well without John Stones against Shakhtar Donetsk on Wednesday but must now face a Watford side eager to atone for their FA Cup final hammering at Wembley in May.

    City cannot afford any slip ups given they are already five points behind leaders Liverpool.

    John Stones
  15. Here's Pep!

    Manchester City

  16. Injury update: Gomes, Gbamin out

    Everton v Sheffield United (Sat, 15:00 BST)


    Andre Gomes still out for tomorrow’s match against Sheffield United along with Gbamin.

    Toffees boss Marco Silva expects Phil Jagielka to get a big reaction at Goodison on his return to the club his spent over a decade playing for.

    "It'll be good for us to welcome Phil Jagielka at Goodison tomorrow. For sure, he'll have the reception he deserves. You know the passion our fans have."

  17. 'Burnley are a role model' - Farke

    Burnley v Norwich (Sat, 15:00 BST)

    Norwich City

    Daniel Farke on Burnley:

    "The sun has been shining this week! It's important to enjoy last weekend's win.

    "We got back to proper, focused work and are hoping for a good result at Burnley. Man City was good for the confidence and mood, but Burnley will be completely different.

    "We are totally different to Burnley in how we play. When you stick together and have spirit, commitment and togetherness, like they have, then you can be successful, so they can be a role model for us."

  18. Norwich injury update

    Burnley v Norwich (Sat, 15:00 BST)

    Norwich City

    There is a bit of good news for Norwich ahead of their game against Burnley.

    Patrick Roberts and Grant Hanley are back in contention and Moritz Leitner is back in team training but manager Daniel Farke admits they will be a "bit careful with him but he'll travel to Burnley."

    Ralf Fahrmann is out with a groin problem but Farke is confident it is not a "big problem."

    Daniel Farke
  19. Coming right up

    The press conferrers are coming thick and fast now. Just like the weekend.

    • Norwich's boss Farke
    • Man City boss Pep Guardiola
    • Everton head coach Marco Silva
    • Chelsea's manager Frank Lampard
    • Roy Hodgson of Crystal Palace