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Live Reporting

Elizabeth Hudson

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye for now

    That's you up to date with all of the action.

    Keep up with the latest news on the BBC Sport website and there will be full coverage of all of Tuesday's games from 18:30 GMT.

    Thanks for joining us.

  2. Tuesday's Premier League action

    There are another four Premier League games on Tuesday night with Manchester City hoping to extend their lead at the top of the table.

    Tuesday's Premier League fixtures

    You can watch highlights of Monday and Tuesday's games on Match of the Day on Tuesday 2 January at 22:45 GMT on BBC One, the BBC Sport app and this website.

  3. Premier League catch-up

    Brighton 2-2 Bournemouth

    Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe said his side made it difficult for themselves against the Seagulls.

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    Video caption: Brighton 2-2 Bournemouth: Eddie Howe says Cherries made it difficult for themselves
  4. Premier League catch-up

    Brighton 2-2 Bournemouth

    In Monday's early game, Callum Wilson earned Bournemouth a share of the spoils in a 2-2 draw against Brighton.

    The Cherries came from behind twice to edge three points clear of the Premier League relegation zone.

    Callum Wilson celebrates
  5. Premier League catch-up

    Leicester 3-0 Huddersfield

    Puel said afterwards he was "surprised" by his side's fitness levels in their win over Huddersfield, only two days after a defeat at Liverpool.

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    Video caption: Leicester 3-0 Huddersfield: Claude Puel 'surprised' by Foxes' fitness in victory
  6. Premier League catch-up

    Leicester 3-0 Huddersfield

    Leicester City

    Leicester manager Claude Puel says he needs Riyad Mahrez to make a decision over his future after the Algeria international scored one and made another in the 3-0 win over Huddersfield.

    Mahrez, whose contract expires in the summer of 2020, put in a transfer request last May but remained with the Foxes after Roma had a final bid of more than £27m rejected.

    The 26-year-old scored the opener against Huddersfield and then set up Islam Slimani while Marc Albrighton got the third in injury-time.

    Riyad Mahrez
  7. Premier League catch-up

    Burnley 1-2 Liverpool

    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp hailed the last-gasp result as "fantastic".

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    Video caption: Klopp pleased with 'fantastic' Liverpool attitude
  8. Premier League catch-up

    Burnley 1-2 Liverpool

    Liverpool's Ragnar Klavan will definitely be the answer to a quiz question in the future.

    Why? Because he became the first Estonian to score a Premier League goal - hitting the winner in his side's 2-1 win over Burnley.

    It means that players of 97 different nationalities have now scored a Premier League goal (excluding own goals).

    Liverpool celebrate
  9. Premier League catch-up

    Stoke 0-1 Newcastle

    The pressure is definitely on Mark Hughes but the Welshman says he is still "the best person" for the manager's job at Stoke despite his side just two places and two points above the relegation zone.

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    Video caption: I am the best man for Stoke job - Hughes
  10. Premier League catch-up

    Stoke 0-1 Newcastle

    Back to the action and Ayoze Perez gave Newcastle a 1-0 victory over fellow Premier League strugglers Stoke to put more pressure on under-fire Stoke manager Mark Hughes.

    Christian Atsu missed a host of chances for the visitors in the first half and Ciaran Clark fired over from two yards before Perez gave Newcastle, who move up to 13th, the lead with a neat finish from Jacob Murphy's cross.

    Newcastle celebrate
  11. Premier League catch-up

    Manchester City

    Meanwhile, on the other side of Manchester, Manchester City have confirmed striker Gabriel Jesus suffered a medial collateral ligament injury during Sunday's 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace.

    The 20-year-old Brazilian went off in tears after injuring a knee during the first half at Selhurst Park.

    City said the player would "undergo further examinations to establish the extent of his lay-off".

    City manager Pep Guardiola previously said the injury would keep Jesus out for "a little more than a month".

    Gabriel Jesus
  12. Premier League catch-up

    Everton 0-2 Manchester United

    Mourinho hit back at former United star Paul Scholes for his criticism of Paul Pogba.

    Speaking after Saturday's 0-0 draw with Southampton, Scholes said: "He doesn't look like a player who will win you games - that's what you pay £90m for."

    Following the 2-0 win over Everton on Monday, United boss Mourinho said: "The only thing Scholes does is criticise.

    "Scholes will be in history as a phenomenal player. Not as a pundit."

    Paul Pogba
  13. Premier League catch-up

    Everton 0-2 Manchester United

    Afterwards, Jose Mourinho praised his players for their efforts over a tricky festive period.

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    Video caption: Everton 0-2 Man Utd: Jose Mourinho praises players after 'worst possible schedule'
  14. Premier League catch-up

    Everton 0-2 Manchester United

    Manchester United

    As we mentioned, there were five Premier League games on Monday (New Year's Day!) so why not catch up on the action.

    Manchester United moved back into second place in the Premier League behind Manchester City as they eased to a 2-0 victory over Everton at a subdued Goodison Park.

    Anthony Martial and Jesse Lingard were on target for Jose Mourinho's side.

    manchester United celebrate
  15. Tuesday's football gossip

    With the transfer window open, let's have a look at some of the stories in Tuesday's football gossip column.

    The Telegraph reports that Liverpool will demand an "astronomical" fee from Barcelona before they consider selling 25-year-old Brazil midfielder Philippe Coutinho. That fee deal could be in the region of £160m.

    Portuguese newspaper Record claims that Napoli will be ready to allow left-back Faouzi Ghoulam, 23, to move to Manchester United for his £53m release clause as they close in on the £26.6m signing of his replacement - 22-year-old Spaniard Alejandro Grimaldo from Benfica.

    Sky Italia says that Chelsea's hopes of convincing 33-year-old Italy centre-back Giorgio Chiellini to move to Stamford Bridge have suffered a setback after he hinted at extending his contract with Juventus.

    Philippe Coutinho
  16. Arsene Wenger news conference


    Although the transfer window is open, Arsene Wenger is not saying much about the prospect of arrivals or departures from the club.

    On the prospect of the likes of Alexis Sanchez, Mesut Ozil and Jack Wilshere extending their deals at the club: "As long as something is not signed you don't want to talk too much about it. We have not lost them yet and we will respond to that by bringing in players of top quality."

    On whether there have been any offers for players so far in the transfer window: "We have not been contacted by anyone yet. We will try to keep them but I answered that question many times. The best thing is to focus on tomorrow's game."

    He also dampened speculation that David Luiz could be on his way to the Emirates.

    That's it from Wenger for now.

  17. Arsene Wenger news conference


    Wenger on the controversial penalty award against West Brom: "He (the referee) saw what he wanted to see and we have to deal with that and we have to put that behind us, not dwell on it and focus on the next game. We need to focus on how we can play."

    Arsene Wenger and Mike Dean
  18. Arsene Wenger news conference


    "There are always big battles between Arsenal and Chelsea. Chelsea have been consistent recently."

    And on the prospect of narrowing the gap at the top of the table: "If Manchester City keep going as they have done, they have shown signs of being less dominant. One of the teams behind need to have a perfect run and they [City] need to collapse a bit."

  19. Arsene Wenger news conference


    Arsene Wenger is up and at it early ahead of Wednesday's game against Chelsea and he discusses the busy festive period.

    "We dedicate our time between games to recovery and that’s all," he says.

    "We have a squad equipped to deal with injuries. We cannot lose any more players."

    Arsene Wenger
  20. Premier League catch-up

    Good morning and welcome to our Premier League catch-up..

    Let's get a couple of things out of the way first, shall we?

    Happy New Year! (Yes, I know I'm a bit late.)

    Today is Tuesday 2 January. (You can be excused for being a bit puzzled about that one...)

    But the world of the Premier League continues. There were five games on Monday, which we will look back at, we will be hearing from Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger, whose side face Chelsea on Wednesday, and we will look ahead to Tuesday night's games.

    Confused? Yes, me too, Didier!

    Didier Drogba