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Ellie Thomason and Jamie Lillywhite

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  1. That's all folks

    Arsene Wenger

    That's all from us for today. Sportsday will be back tomorrow to bring you all the sports news, gossip and debate as it happens.

    Our Sutton v Arsenal live text has just kicked off. Join us here.

    Don't forget you can watch the game live on BBC One from 19:30 GMT, along with build-up and full commentary on 5 live from 19:00 GMT.

    There is also commentary of Newcastle v Aston Villa in the Championship on 5 live sports extra from 19:55 GMT.


  2. Arsenal stuck in traffic

    Sutton v Arsenal (19:55 GMT, BBC One, BBC Radio 5 live)

    Uh oh. Journalist for the Non-League Paper, Sam Elliott reports that Arsenal's team bus is stuck in traffic.

    It can only get better for the Gunners, can't it?

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  3. Guardiola fears Falcao

    Manchester City v Monaco (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola says he fears Monaco's "killer" strikers Radamel Falcao and Valere Germain ahead of Tuesday's Champions League last 16 first leg.

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    Video caption: Guardiola fears Monaco's 'killer' strikers
  4. Live from Sutton

    Sutton v Arsenal (19:55 GMT, BBC One, BBC Radio 5 live)

    Dan Walker is live at Gander Green Lane ahead of Sutton v Arsenal.

    Get your questions in!

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  5. No Kompany for City

    Manchester City v Monaco (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

    Vincent Kompany

    Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany will not face Monaco in Tuesday's Champions League last-16 first-leg tie.

    The Belgian defender is still recovering after injuring his knee against Crystal Palace in November.

    City boss Pep Guardiola will decide on Tuesday whether to start Claudio Bravo or Willy Caballero in goal.

    Read the Man City v Monaco preview here.

  6. Meet the part-timers taking on Arsenal

    Sutton v Arsenal (19:55 GMT, BBC One, BBC Radio 5 live)

    Dan Spence

    The teaching assistant, the salesman, the framer and the building supervisor.

    Meet the Sutton United team hoping to cause another FA Cup upset against Arsenal.

  7. 'The Arsenal players will love Sutton's dressing room'

    Sutton v Arsenal (19:55 GMT, BBC One, BBC Radio 5 live)

    Gary Lineker

    Ex-England striker at Gander Green Lane

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    Join Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer and Martin Keown on BBC One from 19:30 GMT.

  8. Neymar to stand trial on corruption charges



    Barcelona forward  Neymar and his club will stand trial on corruption charges over his transfer from Brazilian team Santos, after losing a final appeal.

    The case relates to a complaint from Brazilian investment group DIS, which owned 40% of Neymar's transfer rights.

    It claims it received less money than it was entitled to when Neymar joined Barca from Santos for £49m in 2013.

  9. Monaco happy with Falcao

    Manchester City v Monaco (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Now Monaco coach Leonardo Jardim has been talking about Radamel Falcao's return to England after disappointing spells at Manchester United and Chelsea. 

    "Obviously I knew Falcao before he came to England. 

    "He has always been a great player and a great goalscorer and very easy to work with. 

    "We have done specific work with him to get him back. We are really happy with him. He is an important player for the team."

  10. The countdown has begun

    Sutton v Arsenal (19:55 GMT, BBC One, BBC Radio 5 live)

    Sutton United fans
    Sutton United dressing room

    With just over two hours until kick-off, pictures are emerging from inside Sutton United's dressing room.

    What more could they need? A good luck card, socks aplenty, plus drinks and snacks for when the energy levels are running low.

    Fans are already queuing outside the turnstiles at Gander Green Lane. The atmosphere is building nicely.

  11. Fabinho might come to England one day

    Manchester City v Monaco (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Monaco defender Fabinho has been a bit more revealing about his future, which could involve a move to the Premier League.

    He said: "I know my name was linked with more than one English club. 

    "I have a contract to 2021 but the Premier League interests me. Perhaps one day I will come."

  12. Wenger sticking with Ospina?

    Sutton v Arsenal (19:55 GMT, BBC One, BBC Radio 5 live)

  13. Robinho concentrating on Monaco

    Manchester City v Monaco (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport


    Fabinho has been speaking about quotes saying he likes Manchester City which were apparently in a TV documentary.

    "It was my dad who said that. He talked about a lot of clubs. It is not something I think about too much. I am focussed on Monaco."

  14. On this day...


    In 2000, Gillingham, playing in the FA Cup quarter-finals for the first time in their history, were thrashed 5-0 by Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.

    Gillingham v Chelsea
  15. It's time for Monaco

    Manchester City v Monaco (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    In theory, it should have been possible to cover both Manchester City's training session and then attend a Monaco press conference ahead of tomorrow's Champions League game.

    However, City were delayed by at least 45 minutes, so I have come straight over to the stadium where defender Fabinho, who has been linked with Manchester United, Arsenal and Barcelona, but who has a soft spot for Monaco's opponents tomorrow, should be speaking shortly.

  16. Football

    Sutton v Arsenal (19:55 GMT, BBC One, BBC Radio 5 live)

    John Watson

    BBC Sport presenter at Gander Green Lane

    Sutton United v Arsenal

    Interesting sign outside the Sutton changing rooms. A reminder that Ozil and co need to bring the right boots for Sutton's artificial pitch. Could be embarrassing if they don't.

  17. Sane in the mood for Monaco

    Manchester City v Monaco (Tuesday, 19:45 GMT)

  18. Sweeper keeper

    Sutton v Arsenal (19:55 GMT, BBC One, BBC Radio 5 live)

    Earlier we told you they were hoovering the dugouts at Gander Green Lane.

    Looks like Sutton's reserve goalkeeper Wayne Shaw was the one putting a shift in.

    Only the best for Arsenal!

  19. Promotion remains priority for Millwall


    Neil Harris

    Millwall boss Neil Harris believes promotion from League One is "more important" than FA Cup success.

    The Lions claimed a third Premier League cup scalp this season by beating Leicester City 1-0 at The Den to reach the quarter-finals.

    Millwall will play Tottenham at White Hart Lane in the next round, but Harris' focus remains on the league.

    "We're at home to Chesterfield on Tuesday night - and if anything that has become more important," he said.

    Read more here.