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Ben Collins

All times stated are UK

  1. Bye for now

    That's all from me for today then. Thanks for joining us for the latest from today's Premier League news conferences, with Arsenal confirming Lucas Torreira has suffered a fractured ankle, and reaction to Norwich's FA Cup win at Tottenham.

    We'll be back later for live text commentary on the final fifth-round tie between Derby and Manchester United (19:45 GMT) as Wayne Rooney faces his former club.

    Until then, I'll leave you with some of today's top stories:

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    Video caption: MOTDx Access All Areas: Timbsy tours FC Bayern's academy with Sarpreet Singh
  2. Djenepo set for Saints return

    Southampton v Newcastle (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Southampton

    Manager Ralph Hasenhuttl has confirmed that Southampton will be without Stuart Armstrong and fellow midfielder Will Smallbone, but winger Moussa Djenepo is likely to return.

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    SMS Message: Mourinho being bashed for making excuses for his players, but when he was at united and was openly critical (eg Rashford) that was the beginning of the end. He can't win (in more ways than one!) from Jeff, Birmingham
    Jeff, Birmingham
    SMS Message: Any team without their two best players are going to struggle and so I don't blame the manager. The board have prioritised the stadium which I'm sure when we look back in 4-5 years will have yielded some reward...however we should have signed a striker that can compete with Kane and it should have been done in the Poch era. Even Kane needs to be kept on his toes. Still see a lot of potential in the squad when all fit but needs real investment rather than balancing the books every year. from AJ, London
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  4. BreakingAncelotti accepts FA charge

    Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti has been fined £8,000 after accepting his Football Association charge of misconduct following his red card after Sunday's draw with Manchester United.

    The Italian approached referee Chris Kavanagh following the final whistle after Dominic Calvert-Lewin's late goal was ruled out for offside.

    He became the first manager to be shown a red card in the Premier League. By accepting the charge, the 60-year-old avoids a touchline ban.

  5. 'I have full confidence the lads will keep giving everything'

    Wolves v Brighton (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    And finally from Graham Potter, here's the Brighton boss on whether his side will stay above the relegation zone.

    “You can't predict the future in this sport," he said. "Togetherness is important, I have full confidence the lads will keep giving everything they can."

  6. 'We have a wonderful challenge ahead of us now'

    Wolves v Brighton (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    Brighton are yet to win in 2020 and last Saturday's 1-0 home defeat by rivals Crystal Palace leaves them 15th in the table, just one point above the bottom three.

    Boss Graham Potter said: “They're small margins at the moment, but I have absolute confidence and belief in the ability of my players.

    "I've been through a lot in life both inside and outside of football - it isn't always an upward journey. We have a wonderful challenge ahead of us now."

  7. 'We have to introduce Mac Allister at the right time'

    Wolves v Brighton (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    Argentine midfielder Alexis Mac Allister, 21, is still waiting to make his Brighton debut after returning from his loan spell with Boca Juniors.

    Brighton boss Graham Potter said: "Alexis Mac Allister is in the squad and part of the group. We have to help him and make sure we introduce him at the right time to show his quality."

    The Seagulls have no new injury concerns so Jose Izquierdo is their only absentee.

  8. Barnes back in full training

    Burnley v Tottenham (Sat, 17:30 GMT)

    Burnley manager Sean Dyche has confirmed that Ashley Barnes is back in full training following his hernia operation.

    Johann Berg Gudmundsson (calf) remains an absentee this weekend while Matt Lowton (knee) continues to work with the medical team.

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    Johnny Bowe: Reply to Joey in Brighton (12:38), Mourinho is the right man. He's the top trump of footy managers. Mourinho said Parrot is not ready and Parrot missing his penalty. The spine of the team is missing with Kane and Son, plus the creativity of Eriksen is gone. It will improve.

  10. 'I admire how Moyes builds a culture at the club'

    Arsenal v West Ham (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Arsenal

    Current West Ham boss David Moyes signed Mikel Arteta for Everton in 2005 and the pair will be in opposite dug-outs on Saturday.

    “They cause a lot of problems for big teams," said Arteta. "I worked with David for seven years and I know how structured he will be.

    “The thing I admire the most is how he treated people and builds a culture at the club. I spoke with him a few times. He’s always been really supportive.”

  11. 'I want Aubameyang to stay in any circumstances'

    Arsenal v West Ham (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Arsenal

    Captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang missed a glaring chance against Olympiakos to send Arsenal into the last 16 of the Europa League but manager Mikel Arteta feels his top scorer has responded well.

    He said: “He was down and felt responsible about what happened. We need him happy and smiling and that’s what he’s been these few days."

    The Gabon striker, 30, has been linked with a move away from the Gunners in the summer but Arteta hopes he will sign a new contract.

    “We will have to do that before the end of the season," he added. “I want to keep him in any circumstances.”

  12. 'No discussions' over permanent Ceballos move

    Arsenal v West Ham (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Arsenal

    On summer recruitment, Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta said: “It’s very difficult but I like everything planned. I have very clear ideas of what I want to do but we don’t know what the scenario will be (financially)."

    Arteta added that the club "haven’t had any discussions" about Spanish midfielder Dani Ceballos making his loan move from Real Madrid permanent.

  13. Arteta 'ready to support' youngsters

    Arsenal v West Ham (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Arsenal

    Arsenal have won their last three domestic games, with Eddie Nketiah scoring in the last two after the 20-year-old forward returned from his loan spell at Leeds.

    Boss Mikel Arteta said of his youngsters: “I have to manage the resources I have at the moment and they are a big resource. Some of them can be phenomenal but only if they are consistent. I am ready to support them.”

  14. 'If we beat West Ham, Champions League is more possible'

    Arsenal v West Ham (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Arsenal

    Arsenal go into Saturday's game eight points behind fourth-placed Chelsea, although fifth might be good enough for Champions League qualification and Manchester United currently occupy fifth place - just five points above Arsenal.

    The Gunners' boss Mikel Arteta said: “If we beat West Ham on Saturday we are closer. A few weeks ago it looked impossible but if we beat West Ham it will be more possible.”

  15. Torreira 'positive' despite injury blow

    Arsenal v West Ham (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Arsenal

    Mikel Arteta has immediately been asked about Lucas Torreira's injury, saying: “He was quite positive this morning. We don’t know the extent of the injury.

    “It’s part of football, we have to adapt. It happens to other teams, we cannot cry about it.”

    On Kieran Tierney, the Arsenal boss added: "He’s done two or three complete sessions. Hopefully he will join the squad soon."

  16. Torreira has fractured ankle

    Arsenal v West Ham (Sat, 15:00 GMT)

    Arsenal

    Before Mikel Arteta faces the media at Arsenal, here's a reminder of their injury news from earlier.

    The club confirmed that Lucas Torreira suffered a fractured ankle during Monday's FA Cup fifth round win against Portsmouth.

    The Uruguayan midfielder, 24, had to be carried off on a stretcher after just 16 minutes following a challenge by Portsmouth defender James Bolton.

    Kieran Tierney is now back in full training while fellow full-back Cedric Soares (knee) could be back in full training next week.

    Sead Kolasinac is aiming to return to full training by the end of March after suffering a shoulder injury against Everton on 23 February.

  17. Post update

    Burnley v Tottenham (Sat, 17:30 GMT)

    Defender James Tarkowski is first up at Burnley.

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    Adam Kitchiner: Mourinho consistently blaming the players.. 'they did the best they can, they're tired ' etc. Its his tinkering with defence, and keeper last night, plus his negative tactics that are driving Spurs down.

  19. Dier confronts fan after Spurs' cup exit

    Here's a clip of the moment when Tottenham midfielder Eric Dier climbed over seats in a stand to confront a fan after Spurs' FA Cup defeat by Norwich.

    According to manager Jose Mourinho, the spectator "insulted" Dier after the game and the England international was eventually held back by stewards.

    The Football Association and Tottenham are investigating the incident.

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    Video caption: Watch: Eric Dier confronts a fan who "insulted him"
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    SMS Message: Mourinho moaning about the amount of games Winks has played 11 or 12 in a row but had a TWO WEEK break in there. Other teams have the same. from Barry, Eastbourne
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    SMS Message: Spurs proof that you can turn a silk purse in to a pig's ear, and yes, I am a Spurs fan from Paul Booth
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    SMS Message: Mourinho has picked up with Spurs where he left off at United...dull dull dull! Calling his players "boys" doesn't distract from the fact he can't get them to play better. from Chris, Stockport
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