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Summary

  1. No hooligan problem in England, says Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger
  2. West Ham warned they could play behind closed doors if there is more crowd trouble
  3. Sunderland boss David Moyes charged by the FA
  4. Get Involved: Which players deserve iconic status at your club and why? #bbcsportsday

Live Reporting

By Elizabeth Hudson, Michael Emons and Gemma Collis

All times stated are UK

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  1. Thanks and goodbye

    That is the end of today's Sportsday Live. Stay across the BBC Sport website this weekend for all the football, cricket, formula 1 and tennis action, plus much, much more.

    Thank you for all your comments and Sportsday will be back at 08:00 BST on Monday morning.

  2. Get Involved #bbcsportsday

    Which players deserve iconic status at your club and why?

    D P Hodgson: Pablo Zabaleta. A lionheart in an era of mercenaries.

    Eden McCarthy: Leon Britton - Signed in 2003 and been alongside us ever since we were in the 4th tier. Over 500 Appearances now for Swansea as well.

    Lee Parkinson: For Leeds United it would be Tony Yeboah. Why? Well erm...hello its Tony Yeboah! 

    Tony Yeboah
  3. Afellay returns to Stoke

    Football

    Stoke midfielder Ibrahim Afellay has returned to the club as he continues his recovery from injury.

    The 30-year-old Dutch international has been out after sustaining knee ligament damage in training in April and was given permission to work on his rehab away from the Potteries.

    “He’s not a guy that puts on too much weight anyway, but he’s come back and looks in great condition,” manager Mark Hughes told the club website."He’s clearly been working very, very hard since the injury and the next step is to re-integrate him back into the group and get him back onto the field of play again." 

    Ibrahim Afellay
  4. Montero still unavailable for Swansea

    Stoke v Swansea (Monday, 20:00 GMT)

    Jefferson Montero

    Stoke defender Geoff Cameron is a doubt after hyperextending his knee during last week's victory over Hull City.

    Phil Bardsley is another potential absentee, having been given compassionate leave following the death of his grandfather.

    Jefferson Montero is back in training after a calf injury but this game will come too soon for the Swansea winger.

    Fernando Llorente is in contention to start, having made his comeback from injury as a substitute last weekend.

  5. Ivanovic available for Chelsea

    Southampton v Chelsea (Sunday, 16:00 GMT)

    Branislav Ivanovic

    Southampton winger Sofiane Boufal will be hopeful of starting against Chelsea after a goalscoring full debut in the EFL Cup on Wednesday.

    Jay Rodriguez suffered concussion in the win over Sunderland and is a doubt along with former Blue Ryan Bertrand.

    Chelsea will be without midfielder Cesc Fabregas who has only just returned to training, but defender Branislav Ivanovic is available.

    Kurt Zouma is getting closer to a return from a long-term knee injury after playing for the development side.

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  6. West Ham's Carroll and Sakho still sidelined

    Everton v West Ham (Sunday, 13:30 GMT)

    Andy Carroll

    Everton duo Leighton Baines and James McCarthy will both miss this weekend with hamstring injuries.

    Matthew Pennington, Tyias Browning, Darron Gibson and Muhamed Besic also remain sidelined.

    West Ham club-record signing Andre Ayew could start, having made his first appearance since 15 August on Wednesday.

    The Hammers' injury list remains lengthy with forwards Andy Carroll and Diafra Sakho among five absentees.

  7. Liverpool captain Henderson back from ban

    Crystal Palace v Liverpool (Saturday, 17:30 BST)

    Jordan Henderson

    Crystal Palace captain Scott Dann is in contention after recovering from a hamstring injury.

    Midfielder Jason Puncheon is doubtful with the calf injury that ruled him out against Leicester last weekend.

    Liverpool are set to recall Roberto Firmino, Philippe Coutinho and Sadio Mane, who were rested in the midweek EFL Cup game against Tottenham.

    Jordan Henderson is back after serving a ban against Spurs, but James Milner is doubtful through illness.

  8. Man City will assess De Bruyne

    West Brom v Manchester City (Saturday, 15:00 BST)

    Kevin de Bruyne

    West Brom defender Jonny Evans returns after serving a one-match ban.

    However, Claudio Yacob is suspended after accumulating five yellow cards, while Saido Berahino won't be considered because of a lack of fitness.

    Manchester City will assess midfielder Kevin de Bruyne, who was injured against Southampton last weekend.

    Defender Pablo Zabaleta could be involved after missing the last two games with a foot injury, while captain Vincent Kompany is available.

  9. Get Involved #bbcsportsday

    Which players deserve iconic status at your club and why?

    Dan Holman: Rare to recognise iconic status while still playing but Troy Deeney is Mr. Watford. Deserves England recognition.

    Michael Lewis: For Sunderland it is Niall Quinn. Great player, and the chairman who oversaw promotion to the Premier. Could do with him back now.

    James Wilson: I'd say Coutinho for Liverpool. Been a gem for three seasons now and has got progressively better. 

    Niall Quinn
  10. 'If the best way is to attack, we should attack'

    Watford v Hull City (Saturday, 15:00 BST)

    Watford goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes says he "does not focus on keeping clean sheets" because the Brazilian encourages his side to attack opponents.

    "I'm not saying to my team 'don't go forward', I want them to play their best game. If the best way is to attack, then we should attack."

    Watch the full interview on Football Focus, BBC One Saturday 29 October 12:00 BST.

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    Video caption: I don't focus on clean sheets - Gomes
  11. Janmaat fit to return after shoulder injury

    Watford v Hull City (Saturday, 15:00)

    Daryl Janmaat

    Watford defender Daryl Janmaat is likely to feature after recovering from a shoulder injury.

    Record signing Isaac Success is absent once again with a muscle problem and Craig Cathcart also misses out with a groin injury.

    Hull are without top scorer Robert Snodgrass, who has been ruled out for four weeks with an ankle injury.

    Andrew Robertson is out with a calf injury while Moses Odubajo faces a long lay-off after another kneecap fracture.

  12. Leicester squad unchanged for White Hart Lane trip

    Tottenham v Leicester (Saturday, 15:00 BST)

    Claudio Ranieri

    Tottenham defender Toby Alderweireld is sidelined with the knee injury which ruled him out last weekend.

    Harry Kane is getting close to a return after his ankle problem, while midfielder Moussa Sissoko is serving the second game of a three-match ban.

    Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri has an unchanged squad for the trip to White Hart Lane.

    Nampalys Mendy is still sidelined with an ankle injury, while Ben Chilwell remains out with a muscle strain.

  13. Howe will make late call on Stanislas

    Middlesbrough v Bournemouth (Saturday, 15:00 BST)

    Junior Stanislas

    Middlesbrough's only absentee is Grant Leadbitter, who is continuing his recovery after hernia surgery.

    Calum Chambers returns after missing last week's draw with Arsenal when he was ineligible to face his parent club.

    Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe will make a late call on Junior Stanislas, who is doubtful with a calf injury.

    Midfielder Andrew Surman is available after recovering from illness, but Marc Pugh is a doubt with a knock and Brad Smith and Lewis Cook are still out.

  14. Rooney could return for United

    Manchester United v Burnley (Saturday, 15:00 BST)

    Wayne Rooney

    Manchester United centre-back Eric Bailly will be out for around two months after suffering a knee injury in the defeat by Chelsea last weekend.

    Chris Smalling and Wayne Rooney could return after missing the midweek win over Manchester City.

    Burnley striker Andre Gray is available again after serving a four-match ban for homophobic social media posts.

    George Boyd has recovered from a knee injury, but Steven Defour is "touch and go" after a hamstring problem.

  15. Defoe set for starting line-up return

    Sunderland v Arsenal (Saturday, 12:30 BST)

    Jermain Defoe

    Sunderland striker Jermain Defoe is set to return to the starting line-up after beginning on the bench in midweek.

    Sebastian Larsson, Vito Mannone, Fabio Borini, Lee Cattermole and Jan Kirchhoff remain sidelined.

    Arsenal trio Theo Walcott, Nacho Monreal and Santi Cazorla all face late fitness tests.

    Fit-again pair Olivier Giroud and Aaron Ramsey are available but Lucas Perez is out for two months with an ankle injury and Granit Xhaka is suspended.

  16. Time for the team news

    Football

    It is time for Fantasy Football managers to pay close attention as we go through the team news for this weekend's Premier League matches.

  17. 'Can't understand how tests were missed' - Glover

    Rowing

    Helen Glover and Heather Stanning
    Image caption: Helen Glover (left) and Heather Stanning (right) retained their Women's Pair Olympic title in Rio this summer

    Britain's rowing double Olympic gold medallist Helen Glover has expressed her frustration at the "serious failings" identified in the Rio Olympics anti-doping methods. 

    An independent observers report found that up to 50% of tests were aborted on some days and little to no in-competition blood testing was conducted in "higher-risk sports".

    "As a clean athlete you want every single athlete to be held up under strict scrutiny," the three-time world champion told BBC Radio 5 live.

    “I can’t understand how these tests were missed, because in the Olympic Village it’s really hard not to know where people are."

  18. Out of competition testing too rare - McColgan

    Athletics

    Eilish McColgan

    British 5,000m runner Eilish McColgan says more out-of-competition anti-doping tests are needed to catch cheats.

    McColgan was speaking to BBC Radio 5 live following the revelation that of the 11,470 athletes competing at the Rio Olympics, 4,125 had no record of any testing in 2016.

    “When you’re testing at the Olympic Games, people have probably already come off what they’ve been taking because they know at around championships you’re going to get tested” she said.

    “The problem lies months and months before. Out of competition testing is really rare. I think Wada needs to knuckle down and start testing a bit more."

  19. Watch the five best NFL 'Hail Marys'

    Only seconds remain, the team is trailing, the quarter-back is desperate and then...

    Watch this clip as BBC Sport brings you five of the best Hail Marys in the history of the NFL.

    Sit back and enjoy.  

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    Video caption: NFL: Five of the best Hail Mary's
  20. Follow Mexican Grand Prix practice

    Formula 1

    Follow live radio and text coverage of the first and second practice sessions before the Mexican Grand Prix.

    Nico Rosberg holds a 26-point lead over Lewis Hamilton with three races of the season

    Click here to see all of today's live coverage and set mobile alert reminders

    Mexican Grand Prix