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Thomas Mallows

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    That's everything from the football live page for today. Before you go let me point you in the direction of some of our top stories:

    But, for now, it's farewell.

  2. Tottenham prepare for Leipzig clash

    Tottenham have been training this morning before they fly out to Germany for tomorrow's Champions League tie with RB Leipzig.

    Harry Kane was among those to head out onto the training field, but don't get too excited Spurs fans, he trained away from the main group as he continues his recovery from a hamstring injury. Still, the sight of him outside must be seen as a huge positive - for Tottenham and England.

    Tottenham are due to hold a news conference in Germany at 18:00 GMT.

  3. RB Leipzig - Tottenham to go ahead with fans

    RB Leipzig have now tweeted to confirm tomorrow's Champions League last-16 second leg with Tottenham will go ahead with supporters.

    View more on twitter
  4. BreakingUK sporting events to go ahead has planned

    Sporting events across the UK will continue to go ahead as planned following a meeting between government officials, sport governing bodies and broadcasters this morning to discuss the coronavirus outbreak.

    The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport says guidance from medical experts has not changed, meaning there is no need for sporting events to be played behind closed doors for now.

  5. Bayern restore four-point lead

    Champions Bayern Munich restored their four-point advantage at the top of the Bundesliga with victory over Augsburg on Saturday.

    Thomas Muller's volley put the hosts ahead in the second half before Leon Goretzka sealed victory in injury time.

  6. Champions League and coronavirus

    So Paris Saint German v Borussia Dortmund has joined Valencia v Atalanta in being played behind closed doors.

    The other two Champions League last-16 fixtures scheduled for this week - Liverpool v Atletico Madrid and RB Leipzig v Tottenham - are set to go ahead with fans.

    That could change, however, with RB Leipzig saying the club is in constant contact with health authorities.

    Meanwhile, sport governing bodies and broadcasters from the UK are meeting with government officials later today to discuss the staging of events behind closed doors if the outbreak worsens.

  7. BreakingAsian World Cup qualifiers postponed

    Asian World Cup qualifiers, scheduled for March and June, have been postponed by FIFA due to the coronavirus outbreak.

    FIFA says there is a possibility some matches could still go ahead provided the safety of players, officials and fans can be assured and only subject to the approval of FIFA and the AFC.

    Qualifiers for this summer's Olympic football tournament later this month are set to go ahead as planned, with the exception of the women's qualifying play-off between China and South Korea, which will now take place in June.

  8. Solskjaer marks landmark with derby win - Premier League stats

    After another memorable round of Premier League action, BBC Sport has taken a look at some of the key numbers to emerge from the weekend.

    We reveal why it was a statistically significant weekend weekend for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Bruno Fernandes and Pep Guardiola, how Wolves' Adama Traore is closing in on a record held by Eden Hazard and why we have to go back to 2001 for a repeat of what we witnessed on Saturday.

    Read our piece looking at the best of the Premier League stats here.

  9. Man Utd freeze season ticket prices

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Manchester United will move their Family Stand this summer in a bid to improve the atmosphere at Old Trafford.

    Previously in the Stretford End, the Family Stand will relocate to the second tier of the Sir Alex Ferguson Stand - opposite the dug-outs - to allow United to expand their dedicated atmosphere section to 'at least 2,000' fans.

    The news was confirmed as United announced a season ticket price freeze for the ninth year running.

    United are still waiting to hear back from their stadium Safety Advisory Group after lodging an application to install a rail seating area at Old Trafford.

    United group managing director Richard Arnold said: "Our belief is that the introduction of rail seating would enhance spectator safety in areas of the stadium where, as with other clubs, we have seen examples of persistent standing. We hope to have news on our application soon.”

  10. Betis shock Real Madrid

    Real Betis 2-1 Real Madrid

    Supporters are still allowed in stadiums in Spain and those present at the Benito Villamarin Stadium on Sunday witnessed a shock result as Real Betis beat Real Madrid 2-1.

    Ex-Barcelona forward Cristian Tello was Betis' match winner, stroking in on 82 minutes.

    It means Zinedine Zidane's side missed the chance to go back above Barcelona to the top of La Liga.

    Barca had beaten Real Sociedad 1-0 on Saturday to go two points clear.

  11. Get Involved - Your club's most promising youngster

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    Paul, Luton: Curtis Jones at Liverpool, but Nico Willams and Harvey Elliot are two incredible prospects too.

    Steve Dunthorne: Bukayo Saka at Arsenal. Has reinvented himself unbelievably well in a short time from a pacy winger to the best young left back in the league.

  12. BreakingPSG - Dortmund to be played behind closed doors

    Paris Saint Germain's Champions League last-16 second leg against Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday will be played behind closed doors due to the coronavirus outbreak, French police have confirmed.

  13. Meet the professional footballer - aged 75

    If you have given up hope of ever making it as a professional footballer, read on and think again.

    An Egyptian bidding to become the oldest professional footballer ever scored on his debut - at the age of 75.

    Ezzeldin Bahader needs to play two full games to qualify as an entry in the Guinness World Records book.

    He started in impressive fashion, playing a full 90 minutes despite injury on Saturday for the October 6 team in the third tier of Egyptian football.

    The father of four and grandfather of six scored from the penalty spot, whereupon he was mobbed by team-mates, as October 6 drew 1-1 with rivals Genius.

    It's never too late!

  14. Real Madrid eye Kepa - the gossip

    As ever, there are plenty of transfer rumours floating around today. Here are some of the more notable ones:

    Real Madrid are considering a move for Chelsea's Spanish goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga, 25, this summer, with the Blues thought to be interested in both Barcelona's German shot-stopper Marc-Andre ter Stegen and Manchester United's on-loan English keeper Dean Henderson, 22.(Star)

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola is planning to hand Belgium midfielder Kevin de Bruyne, 28, a new contract worth £350,000 a week. (Express)

    Juventus and Argentina forward Paulo Dybala, 26, told his agent to cancel his move to Manchester United- when the player's representative was sat in Ed Woodward's office.(Calciomercato, via Mirror)

    Read all the latest transfer rumours in our gossip column.

  15. Parma v SPAL delayed

    Meanwhile, there was confusion before Parma's Serie A tie against SPAL, which kicked off 75 minutes late after Italy's sports minister requested the league was suspended with immediate effect because of the coronavirus outbreak.

    The match was due to kick off at 12:30 local time (11:30 GMT) on Sunday, but players were told to return to the dressing room from the tunnel.

    It eventually got under way at 13:45 local time, with SPAL winning 1-0.

  16. Juventus go top of Serie A

    One of the Serie A games to be played behind closed doors was Juventus' victory against Inter Milan.

    Aaron Ramsey and Paulo Dybala were on target as Maurizio Sarri's side moved one point clear of Lazio at the top of the table, though the lack of supporters meant it was a surreal atmosphere in Turin.

  17. Serie A 'irresponsible' to play matches - sports minister

    Italy has been one of the countries worst affected by the coronavirus outbreak and drastic measures have already been taken to limit its spread, with up to 16 million people placed in quarantine

    Italy's sports minister Vincenzo Spadafora accused Serie A of being "irresponsible" for ignoring his calls for football to be suspended because of coronavirus, adding it "makes no sense" for football to continue.

    Sunday's top-flight games nevertheless went ahead as planned, albeit behind closed doors.

  18. Get Involved - Your club's most promising youngster


    Michal Koziol: Everyone knows about Mason Greenwood already, but the next one to show up will be Hannibal Mejbri - guy's got unbelievable skill and attitude, plus an extraordinary hairstyle.

    Rich in Kendal: As a MUFC fan Brandon Williams is the next big thing. Anyone who watched him at youth level knows he's not only got great skill and composure, but he can turn up the aggression when it's needed.

    Who is your club's most promising young player? Get involved on Twitter using the hashtag #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

  19. BreakingTorreira out for up to ten weeks

    Arsenal's Lucas Torreira may not play again this season after the Gunners said he is likely to be sidelined for between eight and ten weeks with a fractured ankle.

    The Uruguay midfielder was taken off on a stretcher during the first half of Arsenal's FA Cup win at Portsmouth last week.

  20. 'We will be driven by facts and evidence'

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    More from the Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden, speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live breakfast.

    The London Marathon is one of the biggest events on the sporting calendar, with thousands of spectators expected to line the streets of the capital Sunday, 26 April.

    Mr Dowden acknowledged the frustration of events being called off at short notice: "I understand [the disruption of late cancellations]. We are engaging on a daily basis with organisers of all such events.

    "I think it’s very premature indeed to be talking about that sort of thing. We’re very clearly that those events should go ahead but the caveat I put on all of this is that we will, as we have all the way through this, be driven by the facts and the evidence that we are told by the experts.

    "That’s why I asked the chief medical officer to brief sporting bodies and that’s why we’ll be driven by the advice of the chief medical office as we continue.

    "At the moment there is no evidence to suggest that we should be cancelling events and we have no plans to do that."