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  1. Updates from Man Utd, Man City, Liverpool & the rest of the Premier League
  2. Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp and Rafael Benitez speak at 13:30 BST
  3. Get involved via #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

Live Reporting

By Matthew Henry

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    That's all from us today! It's been a busy one. Make sure you return tomorrow for full coverage of the Premier League action.

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  2. BreakingVokes signs new Burnley deal


    More news from Turf Moor.

    Striker Sam Vokes has signed a new three-year deal at Burnley running until 2021.

  3. Brady back for Burnley

    Burnley v Chelsea (Sun 13:30 GMT)


    Burnley manager Sean Dyche has confirmed winger Robbie Brady is in contention to play for the first time since December this weekend.

    The Ireland international has been out with injury but could feature against Chelsea on Sunday.

    Aaron Lennon is currently suffering with illness. Ben Gibson is not fit enough for a return

  4. Crystal Palace team news

    Crystal Palace v Arsenal (13:30 GMT)

    Crystal Palace

    Hodgson also gave a team news update before the game against in-form Arsenal.

    Max Meyer and Alexander Sorloth are both available for selection, having missed the defeat at Everton last weekend.

    Christian Benteke and Joel Ward remain out.

    On Arsenal, Hodgson added: "Arsenal are playing extremely well.

    "I don't see any particular weaknesses, so we must make sure we work hard to minimise their opportunities.

    "There are no secrets, it's about what we do on the field."

  5. Post update

    Crystal Palace v Arsenal (Sun 13:30 GMT)

    Crystal Palace

    Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson on his side's start to the season:

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    Palace are 15th and play Arsenal on Sunday.

  6. Post update

    Liverpool v Cardiff (Sat 15:00 BST)


    Klopp has also confirmed that Virgil van Dijk captained Liverpool in their recent games, with Jordan Henderson and James Milner out, after a vote from the other players.

    Georginio Wijnaldum was also voted as the current vice-captain with captain Henderson and vice-captain Milner still out injured.

    Klopp said he selected Milner and Henderson but the players voted for Van Dijk and Wijnaldum.

  7. Klopp on Fabinho's Red Star showing

    Liverpool v Cardiff (15:00 BST)


    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp on Fabinho's performance in the Champions League on Wednesday:

    "I heard people were excited by his performance.

    "He still can improve. Wednesday was the right moment and now we can carry on."

    Fabinho and Sadio Mane
  8. Everton team news

    Man Utd v Everton (Sun 16:00 GMT)


    Everton manager Marco Silva says he has no new injury concerns for the trip to Old Trafford to play Manchester United.

    Summer-signing Yerry Mina, who was linked with United in the summer, is in contention to make his debut.

    James McCarthy has returned to full training.

  9. Rondon back for Magpies

    Southampton v Newcastle (Sat 15:00 BST)

    Newcastle United

    Benitez has confirmed striker Salomon Rondon has recovered from injury and is fit to play Southampton on Saturday.

  10. We are close to first win - Benitez

    Southampton v Newcastle (Sat 15:00 BST)

    Newcastle United

    Newcastle are the Premier League's bottom club and are still without a win this season.

    Manager Rafael Benitez says they are "very close to a first win" and the first win "will change everything". They played Southampton on Saturday.

    "It is a long distance race," he said.

    "We have to carry on. I am really optimistic. I know it is a difficult situation. I am optimistic because we have been in this situation and did well last year.

    "We finished 10th when were in the bottom five. It is good for us to know how to manage these things but bad that this club has been in this situation for a while."

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    SMS Message: I was late for kick off when I travelled from Sussex to watch Man Utd vs Southampton on a Friday. Set off at 11:30am and arrived at Old Trafford 8 mins after the 8pm kickoff! Locked my car and ran to the ground as fast as I could. It was well worth it as we won 2-0. from Chris
  12. Klopp on 'character' Warnock

    Liverpool v Cardiff (Sat 15:00 BST)


    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp on playing against a Neil Warnock team for the first time in Cardiff:

    “It will be a big pleasure to meet him.

    "Maybe not in the 90 minutes but before and after.

    "He looks like a character, a very emotional and lively person.

    "He looks like a very demanding manager, and always has my respect."

  13. 'Five-horse title race'

    Tottenham v Man City (Mon 20:00 GMT)

    Manchester City

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says there is a five-horse race for the Premier League title.

    There are currently two points between leaders Manchester City and fifth-placed Tottenham.

    "I don't have any doubt about that," Guardiola said when asked if there was a five-horse race.

    "There is two points difference between four, five, six teams."

  14. Liverpool team news

    Liverpool v Cardiff (Sat 15:00 BST)


    Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has confirmed midfielders Jordan Henderson and Naby Keita are out of Saturday's game against Cardiff.

    Both have hamstring injuries.

  15. 'We have to adapt to pitch'

    Tottenham v Man City (Mon 20:00 BST)

    Manchester City

    Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola on the Wembley pitch - an NFL game will take place a day before their game against Tottenham:

    "It is what it is. Am sure Tottenham have good greenkeepers. The Premier League doesn't like it too much but it is what it is.

    "I hope Tottenham can finish their stadium as quick as possible. It is not necessary to complain. We have to adapt quickly. The pitch not perfect but we have to adapt."

    Pep Guardiola
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    Neal McGinnis: Not technically late for the game but was supposed to fly from Belfast to Leeds at 6:40, flight cancelled, waited in airport until 12 for a flight to liverpool, get a taxi from liverpool to leeds and arrived at elland road just as the players kicked off! Worth it!

  17. Post update

    Pep Guardiola

    Up now...

    13:30: Crystal Palace - Roy Hodgson

    13:30: Everton - Marco Silva

    13:30: Liverpool - Jurgen Klopp

    13:30: Man City - Pep Guardiola

    13:30: Newcastle - Rafael Benitez

  18. 'Wolves must bounce back'

    Brighton v Wolves (Sat 15:00 BST)


    Wolves travel to Brighton this weekend on the back of a home defeat to Watford.

    Manager Nuno Esprito Santo says the team must "bounce back".

    "It is over. We analyse, work on it and move to the next game.

    "It was not a good game, many factors can be spoken but we analyse internally and go for the next one.

    "Every time after a bad result we have to bounce back and worry about our gameplan. The performance is everything in this moment of the season."

  19. Lloris backed after red card

    Tottenham v Man City (Mon 20:00 BST)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Pochettino has also backed his goalkeeper Hugo Lloris.

    Lloris was sent off in Spurs' Champions League match against PSV and after his dismissal the Dutch side grabbed an equaliser to leave Spurs without a win in the competition this season.

    Asked how Lloris, the club captain is feeling, Pochettino said: "He is very good.

    "Of course he is disappointed like all of the team because we deserve more.

    "He is disappointed like we all are.

    "Sometimes this can happen, this type of action, for me it was not a red card.

    "Hugo is an important player for us, our captain and no doubt our keeper."

    Hugo Lloris
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    Amit: 2015 league cup away at Southampton.. just about got to my seat and Mane had put Saints 1-0 up. Luckily the Reds went on to win 6-1!!