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Summary

  1. "I want to get my name known in the Premier League" - new Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl
  2. Next managers to face the media: Unai Emery (Arsenal) and Marco Silva (Everton)
  3. Bournemouth's Lewis Cook will be out for up to nine months with a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament
  4. West Ham striker Marko Arnautovic to miss up to five weeks with a muscle injury
  5. Gambling firms agree TV advertising ban
  6. Get involved #bbcfootball or 81111 (UK only)

Live Reporting

By Elizabeth Hudson and Michael Emons

All times stated are UK

  1. Thanks and goodbye

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    Until next time, bye for now.

  2. Real cruise through into last 16

    It is all over at the Bernabeu as Real Madrid seal a whopping 10-1 aggregate win over Melilla in their last-32 Copa del Rey tie.

    After Real won the first leg 4-0, they stormed to a 6-1 victory at the Bernabeu this afternoon.

    Real's goals came from Marco Asensio (two), Javier Sanchez, Isco (two) and Vinicius Junior, with Yacine Qasmi scoring a late penalty for third-tier side Melilla.

  3. Koscielny could be in squad for first time this season

    Arsenal v Huddersfield Town (Saturday, 15:00 GMT)

    Arsenal

    Arsenal manager Unai Emery has given injury updates on defender Laurent Koscielny and midfielder Mesut Ozil.

    On Koscielny, who has not featured this season, Emery says: "We are on a gradual way with him. He’s played two matches with the under-23s. He played 85 minutes on Tuesday and our plan is that he can maybe be with us in the 18 on Saturday.

    "Maybe he can play against Qarabag in the Europa League. He’s working with us with very big performances every day in training. He’s playing for the under-23s with a good feeling. The next step is for him to be with us. We need every player and we need also for him to train with us. The next step is playing. He can play with us and be with us normally.

    On Ozil, Emery adds: "He had backache and now he’s working with the physio. We are going to look at when he can come back with us. This morning he worked with the physiotherapist on the pitch, running and touching the ball. Tomorrow will be the decision."

  4. Popstar & footballer: Chelcee Grimes has two jobs you dream of

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    Video caption: Chelcee Grimes: Making music with Calvin Harris & Little Mix, scoring goals for Fulham

    Chelcee Grimes tells us how she manages to have two dreams jobs - from making music with Calvin Harris, Dua Lipa and Little Mix, to playing football for Fulham Ladies.

  5. 'We are conceding a lot of goals'

    Arsenal v Huddersfield Town (15:00 GMT)

    Arsenal

    Some more quotes now from Arsenal boss Unai Emery, who is asked about his club's 20-game unbeaten run.

    He says: "We only think about the next match and prepare as well as possible. Then, we’ve created team spirit with confidence, improving things we needed to do better.

    "Defensively we are conceding a lot of goals in each match, but the balance at the moment is positive because our attacking players are creating a lot of chances and we are scoring a lot. That’s good but we need to take a good balance in the attacking and defensive moments.

    "We have changed to three at the back and sometimes with two or three midfielders. We need to continue improving and looking for the best balance for both."

    Unai Emery
  6. Real score five

    Real Madrid are racking up the goals in their last-32 second leg Copa del Rey tie against Melilla at the Bernabeu.

    It finished 4-0 to Real in the first leg and they are 5-0 ahead with 15 minutes to go in the second.

    Real's scorers today - Marco Asensio (two), Javier Sanchez, Isco and Vinicius Junior - to make it 9-0 on aggregate so far.

  7. 'One of the finest talents'

    Former Liverpool midfielder David Thompson on Twitter talking about the fractured leg injury that is set to keep defender Joe Gomez out of action for up to six weeks...

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  8. Silva not concerned by fans' reception

    Everton v Watford (Monday, 20:00 GMT)

    Everton

    Marco Silva's next match as Everton boss comes on Monday against Watford, the team who sacked him in January, less than two months after the Toffees had made an original approach for Silva to join them.

    Silva, who subsequently took charge at Everton in May, was today asked what kind of reaction he expected from Watford fans given how things ended for him at the club, and if he has any regrets about that.

    He replied: "It is not important to talk about these types of situations. What I expect about the atmosphere in the stadium is the same as I saw yesterday (when Everton drew 1-1 with Newcastle) - this is the most important thing for me. Our fans came yesterday to really support our team."

  9. 'Huddersfield will want a surprise'

    Arsenal v Huddersfield Town (Saturday, 15:00 GMT)

    Arsenal

    Some more quotes from Arsenal boss Unai Emery, who is asked about his team's home game against Huddersfield Town on Saturday.

    "The only thing is about Huddersfield, the games happen very quickly for the players, for me, for us," said Emery.

    "This draw yesterday (against Manchester United) is only good if we win against Huddersfield. On Saturday, they are going to push a lot and (will want) a surprise.

    "We are very convinced in our way: work, prepare, respect, push with our supporters at the Emirates and feel the spirit with them."

  10. Games Gomez could miss

    Liverpool

    Joe Gomez could miss up to 10 matches after suffering a fractured leg yesterday against Burnley, including vital Premier League games against Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City.

    These are Liverpool's next games (Premier League unless stated)...

    • Saturday, 8 December: Bournemouth v Liverpool
    • Tuesday, 11 December: Liverpool v Napoli (Champions League)
    • Sunday, 16 December: Liverpool v Man Utd
    • Friday, 21 December: Wolves v Liverpool
    • Wednesday, 26 December: Liverpool v Newcastle
    • Saturday, 29 December: Liverpool v Arsenal
    • Thursday, 3 January: Man City v Liverpool
    • Monday, 7 January: Wolves v Liverpool (FA Cup third round)
    • Saturday, 12 January: Brighton v Liverpool
    • Saturday, 19 January: Liverpool v C Palace
  11. BreakingEngland defender Gomez out for six weeks

    Liverpool

    Liverpool and England defender Joe Gomez will be out of action for up to six weeks after suffering a "fracture to the lower leg", the club has confirmed.

    Gomez needed to be substituted after 23 minutes during yesterday's 3-1 win at Burnley following a challenge from which he was unable to continue.

    The club statement said: "His injury was further assessed by the Reds’ medical team at Melwood on Thursday.

    "Initial indications suggest the 21-year-old is facing a spell of up to six weeks out of action, though this is dependent on how his treatment and rehabilitation programmes progress”.

  12. Emery waits to find out severity of Holding's injury

    Arsenal

    Arsenal manager Unai Emery is asked about the injury to defender Rob Holding, who was carried off on a stretcher during the 2-2 draw at Manchester United yesterday.

    "The doctors are looking at him and will communicate," said Emery. "At the moment the first news is not good, but we need confirming it."

    Rob Holding
  13. Real cruising into last 16 of Copa del Rey

    Real Madrid are currently in action, playing the second leg of their Copa del Rey last-32 tie against Second Division B side Melillato at the Bernabeu.

    There is not going to be any cup shock today. The first leg away at the North African club saw Real win 4-0 and they are already 3-0 up in the second leg at the 40-minute mark.

    Marco Asensio scored twice in a three-minute spell, before Javi Sanchez added a third.

  14. I'm happy with what we have - Silva

    Everton v Watford (Monday, 20:00 GMT)

    Everton

    Next up today is Everton manager Marco Silva, who is asked whether he will be looking to sign a new striker in the January transfer window. The Toffees have only scored twice in their past four matches and drew 1-1 at home with Newcastle yesterday.

    "The chances we created in the first half were enough to win the match," said Silva. "How many clubs are trying to find one striker to score more than 20 goals?

    "It is a question for all the managers in the Premier League. I'm happy with what we have and my job is to work with the players we have got."

  15. Leicester City crash helicopter rotor controls failed

    The helicopter which crashed killing Leicester City's chairman and four others span out of control after a mechanism became disconnected, investigators have said.

    An Air Accident Investigation Branch (AAIB) report found cockpit pedals had disconnected from the tail rotor.

    This caused the AW169 aircraft to turn uncontrollably to the right before it crashed near the King Power Stadium.

    The AAIB said its inquiries into the 27 October crash are ongoing.

    The five victims of the helicopter crash
  16. Palace's mouse problem

    Crystal Palace

    Crystal Palace made some unwanted headlines earlier this week when it was revealed that the kitchen at the club’s training ground was given a zero food hygiene rating because inspectors found it had been infested with mice for several months.

    Palace boss Roy Hodgson was asked about the incident, which saw the kitchen temporarily shut down. He said: "It didn't cause us any disruption, it was a one-day event.

    "We got food in from the outside. The kitchen was spot on the next day. It is one of those things that can happen.

    "We've spent a lot of money revamping the kitchen and the facilities are very good so it was a surprise to everyone, but there was no disruption. Now it is an awful lot better than it was the season before."

  17. 'We're better than the table suggests'

    West Ham v Crystal Palace (Saturday, 15:00 GMT)

    Crystal Palace

    Crystal Palace are 15th in the Premier League, so should their fans be worried? Roy Hodgson doesn't think so.

    "I think we've been playing better than the table position suggests, but many teams would say that." says the 71-year-old. "A bit of luck and things might be different, but I don't like to go too much down that route.

    "We're lucky that we don't have any new injuries to report. We have the same squad of players to choose from as we have done for the last two, barring anything happening tomorrow."

    Crystal Palace
  18. Wolves v Liverpool FA Cup tie on BBC One

    BBC One

    Television camera

    The FA Cup third-round tie between Wolves and Liverpool will be shown live on BBC One on Monday, 7 January.

    The channel will also show Leicester's game at the winners of the second-round replay between Wrexham and Newport, on Sunday, 6 January.

    Wrexham are one of a potential total of five non-League sides in round three.

    Liverpool and Wolves have met six times in the FA Cup with Wolves winning the most recent match, triumphing 2-1 at Anfield in January 2017.

    Elsewhere, non-league Solihull Moors will take on 13-times winners Arsenal if they win their second-round replay against League One side Blackpool, while National League North side Southport will play Tottenham if they can overcome League Two Tranmere. Both of those ties will be broadcast by BT Sport.

  19. 'We now have good competition'

    Burnley v Brighton (Saturday, 15:00 GMT)

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    If Murray is ruled out, Florin Andone could be the one to benefit and Hughton believes he is a strong replacement.

    "Florin Andone has come in and got two goals in his first two starts - we're really pleased for him because he's put a lot of work - we have good competition there now," he said

    "We'll be without Shane Duffy now, but Leon Balogun proved on Tuesday that he's more than capable of stepping into the side.

    "Alireza Jahanbakhsh is also fine but Saturday is too early for him. He's trained really well this week but I see him as being available for the Chelsea game next weekend."

    Florin Andone
  20. 'We'll give Glenn every chance'

    Burnley v Brighton (Saturday, 15:00 GMT)

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    Brighton manager Chris Hughton says Glenn Murray could still be fit for Saturday's trip to Burnley.

    The 35-year-old striker suffered a shoulder injury after giving his side the lead in Tuesday's win over Crystal Palace and had to go off before the break.

    "We'll assess Glenn in the morning - today it wasn't as bad as we thought - we'll give him every opportunity to be fit," said Hughton.

    "He went over on his shoulder but it's not dislocated or anything - it's a bit sore but better than what it could have been."

    Glenn Murray