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Live Reporting

By Denise Evans and Helen Rowe-Willcocks

All times stated are UK

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

    Crystal Palace

    Roy Hodgson is short and to the point discussing Sunday afternoon's meeting with Wolves.

    He said:“Wolves have been unlucky this season. They were clearly the better team last night (in their loss to Sporting Braga."

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    SMS Message: Jude Bellingham at Birmingham City. 16 years old with 2 goals in 2 Championship appearances. Reportedly rejected offers from Man City and Barcelona to stay at Blues. from Anon
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  3. 'It's easy to lose confidence'

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

    Sheffield United

    Sheffield United, who were promoted to the Premier League last season, have had a mixed start beating Crystal Palace and drawing with Chelsea but defender Phil Jagielka is confident in the squad.

    "Because we've not got massive household names who have played a lot of Premier League football and we didn't spend a tremendous amount of money in the summer, people have knocked us.

    "But in among the squad and the staff the belief has always been there and I think, when you've done what these lads have done over the last few years, you can't do that without great determination and self-belief.

    "It's too easy to lose confidence in this division because you do play against some fantastic players week in, week out," he said.

  4. 'I've been lucky' - Jagielka

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

    Sheffield United

    Phil Jagielka

    Sheffield United defender Phil Jagielka is set to come up against his former side Everton this weekend after re-joining the Blades this summer.

    Jagielka started his career at Sheffield United as a youth player before joining Everton in 2007.

    "I've been very lucky to play for two amazing clubs.

    "Obviously 12 years at Everton and coming back here to sort of finish the cycle.

    "I wasn't sure if I'd made my last visit to Goodison as a player. Obviously this time it will be in the away dugout, but I'm hoping it will be a very special weekend."

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    Samuel Maiwada: Callum Hudson-Odoi and Abraham are great but Mason Mount's hunger and desire is on a different level. (Chelsea)

    SMS Message: Greenwood took the plaudits for Man Utd last night but I thought Angel Gomes was excellent. Neat, tricky and quick, there's more than a hint of Sterling about him and he turned out all right. from Joel Sparks, Flintshire
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  6. Antonio injury update

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

    Michail Antonio is slowly but surely working his way back from injury.

    The 29-year-old winger underwent surgery on the hamstring injury he suffered in the Carabao Cup second-round win at Newport County last month.

    Michail Antonio injury
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    Meanwhile, West Ham's Antonio is celebrating today...

  8. Post update

    Coming up next is Everton boss Marco Silva and also Aston Villa manager Dean Smith

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    Tunde Olomiyete: Obviously it has to be Mason Mount with Marc Guehi, Billy Gilmour, Tammy Abraham, Callum Hudson-Odoi, Reece James, Fikayo Tomori along with him. What an abundant of talents at Chelsea disposal.

    David Groves: Beaminster have a young fullback, quick, two-footed superb in the air and reads the game so well. Will be amazed if Ryan isn't snapped up by a league team this year.

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    SMS Message: Once in a generation talent coming through the ranks at Wigan in Joe Gelhardt. 17-years-old and scored his first goal with an unbelievable finish last weekend against Hull. England U18 international, I'll be very surprised if he's still our player come January after being linked with top PL clubs.... from Jack
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    SMS Message: No shout outs for Phil Foden yet? Best young talent in the country! from Andy, Manchester
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  11. 'Cresswell to play left-back'

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

    West Ham United

    Aaron Creswell

    Arthur Masuaku is suspended for West Ham after being sent off in the 0-0 draw against Aston Villa last weekend.

    Boss Pellegrini confirmed that Aaron Cresswell will take his place:

    "Of course Aaron Cresswell. He started the season and played last season with me.

    "He played 50 per cent of the games. For a manager, the best performances come from players when they have competition behind them.

    "Aaron wasn't playing because Arthur was playing well but now he has the chance to show his ability."

  12. 'I hope we can get the win again'

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

    West Ham United

    West Ham beat Manchester United 3-1 at the London Stadium last season but does Manuel Pellegrini think he has a better squad now?

    "Maybe, but that doesn't mean we are going to beat Manchester United.

    We beat them 3-1 here and I hope we can get a win again.

    "Man Utd played on Thursday night [in the Europa League] but they changed nine players so it will be a different team.

    "We are in a good moment so, if we are playing against the big teams, we must show we can play in the same way."

    West Ham v Man Utd
  13. Injury update: Reid out & Lanzini doubt

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

    West Ham United

    On the fitness concerns in his squad, Manuel Pellegrini said defender Winston Reid is "recovering" and hopes he is back in training next week.

    Manuel Lanzini will be "reviewed" prior to Sunday's game.

  14. 'We need to be more consistent'

    West Ham v Man Utd (14:00 BST)

    West Ham United

    Manuel Pellegrini

    Manuel Pellegrini speaking to Sky Sports:

    "If you want to be an offensive team you need to know how to defend well.

    "When your players find space you need to know how to full those games. We seem to be doing that really well at that at the minute.

    "Against Manchester City we had a great 45 minutes and then we made two mistakes. They decided the game.

    "We need to be more concentrated and more consistent."

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

    West Ham United

    Hammers fans, stay tuned as Manuel Pellegrini is coming up.....

  16. Southampton injury update

    Southampton v Bournemouth (20:00 BST)

    Southampton

    It's the New Forest derby tonight as Bournemouth make the short trip to Southampton.

    Saints boss Ralph Hasenhuttl spoke to the press yesterday and confirmed that he will make a late decision on Nathan Redmond who is coming back from an ankle injury.

    To read the full preview of tonight's Premier League clash, click here.

  17. 'We just want to improve and get better'

    Newcastle v Brighton (Sat, 17:30 BST)

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    Brighton take on Newcastle in the late kick-off on Saturday after letting in a late goal to draw 1-1 with Burnley last weekend,

    Graham Potter's side have not won in the Premier League since the opening weekend when they beat Watford 3-0 at Vicarage Road.

    The Seagull's boss is confident his side are prepared to adapt:

    "The boys are open-minded to being flexible and adaptable and they all want to take that challenge on.

    "We lost three players after the international break, as an example, and you have to be able to adapt and do something different to before - those that needed to went out and demonstrated that.

    "We just want to carry on, to improve and get better, but also understanding the quality which you face in the Premier League."

    Graham Potter
  18. 'There are not many players like Carroll'

    Newcastle v Brighton (Sat, 17:30 BST)

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    More from Brighton manager Graham Potter who was talking ahead of their Saturday clash with Newcastle.

    On the possibility of Andy Carroll playing:

    "I would imagine it is a big boost having someone of his quality.

    "It is a different option, there is not too many like for like players as Andy Carroll around.

    "I have been impressed with how their front three have combined anyway and played. They went away to Tottenham and won.

    "They were competitive at Liverpool before a couple of errors made the scoreline go away (from them) a little bit.

    "Newcastle away is a difficult game, just like all the games we have played, but we will just focus on what we need to do well to get a positive result.

    "We know we are going to have to play well and be lucky, that type of stuff, but we will try."

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    Arsenal v Aston Villa ( Sun, 16:30 BST)

    Arsenal

    Last but not least in the Europa League round-up...

    Arsenal had the most convincing win of the season with a 3-0 win over Frankfurt.

    Academy graduates Joe Willock and Bukayo Saka added their names to the scoresheet - Saka with his first senior goal for the club.Bukayo Saka

    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang added a third two minutes later as Arsenal ended their three-game winless run in all competitions.

    They are back in Premier League action on Sunday against Aston Villa (16:30 BST).

    Bukayo Saka