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  1. Man City return to top of Premier League
  2. Sergio Aguero equals Premier League hat-trick record
  3. Chelsea boss Sarri 'sorry' after 6-0 hammering
  4. Paul Scholes set to be named Oldham manager
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  1. Goodbye

    It's time to go but keep in touch with the BBC Sport website for coverage of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Manchester United news conference from 14:00 GMT previewing Tuesday's Champions League tie with Paris St-Germain.

    That has the potential to be a cracking match.

    Thanks for your company.

    Until next time...

  2. Cavani injury worry for PSG

    Manchester United v PSG (Tuesday, 20:00 GMT)


    Edinson Cavani may miss the first leg of Paris St-Germain's Champions League last-16 tie with Manchester United.

    The 31-year-old injured a tendon in his hip after scoring a penalty in Saturday's 1-0 victory over Bordeaux.

    Fellow forward Neymar has been ruled out of Tuesday's first leg and the return game on 6 March through injury.

    In a statement, PSG said the length of Cavani's unavailability "will depend on the evolution of the injury over the coming days".

  3. '50-50 tie'

    Manchester United v PSG (Tuesday, 20:00 GMT)

    Julien Laurens

    French football expert

    It's a far more balanced tie than when the draw was made in December.

    It's more 50-50 than Manchester United being favourites - especially with the second leg in Paris.

    Read BBC Sport's scouting report on the teams English clubs face in the Champions League here.

  4. Valencia & Darmian miss Man Utd training

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Defenders Antonio Valencia and Matteo Darmian were the only significant absentees from the open section of Manchester United’s training session this morning.

    Neither were expected to be involved in the Champions League last-16 first-leg encounter with Paris St-Germain at Old Trafford on Tuesday.

    The game will be interim boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first in the competition proper.

    His previous matches with Molde were all qualifiers, against Ventspils of Latvia, FC Basel, Sligo Rovers and Legia Warsaw.

  5. 'Disrespectful to rule Spurs out'

    Alan Shearer

    Former England captain

    It is a little disrespectful that not many people are talking about Tottenham as potential Premier League winners, because they are in the title race - and they have shown they are not going away.

    It was typical really that, on a day where Manchester City were sensational and made the headlines with the way they demolished Chelsea to go back above Liverpool at the top of the table, Spurs ground out another unspectacular victory.

    Mauricio Pochettino's side have done something similar in each of their past four league games, but it is actually very impressive that they keep getting results when none of those performances have been particularly great.

    Read more from Shearer here.

  6. Do Spurs have a chance?

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Lots of talk about Manchester City and Liverpool chasing the Premier League title.

    But what about third-placed Tottenham - who sit five points behind leaders City?

    Alan Shearer has had his say.

  7. No holiday for Saints


    Southampton are off to Tenerife for warm weather training - but boss Ralph Hasenhuttl has made it clear there is hard work to be done.

    The Saints, who do not have a game this weekend, dropped into the Premier League's relegation zone over the weekend.

    "It is time to make a review with every player," said Austrian Hasenhuttl.

    "What we now try to do is use this time for hard work and to get perfectly prepared for the last two or three months that we have to go."

  8. PSG fly in

    Paris St-Germain are on their way to Manchester.

    With Neymar out injured and Edinson Cavani a doubt, all eyes will be on their star striker Kylian Mbappe at Old Trafford on Tuesday night.

    View more on twitter
  9. Sunny day at Man Utd

    Man Utd v PSG (Tues, 20:00GMT)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    A beautiful morning at Manchester United’s Carrington training ground.

    I am expecting all the players who didn’t feature at Fulham on Saturday, including Victor Lindelof and Ashley Young to be training.

    The media are allowed to watch for 15 minutes.

    It is not unheard of for injured players to come out or fit players to stay in.

    After 10 wins from 11 there doesn’t seem any point in such mind games for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

  10. Donnarumma reaches Milan milestone

    Italian Serie A

    Gianluigi Donnarumma

    AC Milan goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma made his 150th appearance for the Rossoneri on Sunday in their 3-0 win against Cagliari.

    That feat is impressive when you realise the Italy international is just 19-years-old.

    Krzysztof Piatek was on the scoresheet again for Milan, his fourth goal in five games since joining from Genoa in January.

  11. One week to go!


    Don't miss out on your chance to play at St George's Park and be presented with a trophy at Wembley.

    That's in store for the finalists and winners of the 2019 FA People's Cup.

    There are 15 different categories including the new women's walking football one...

    Video content

    Video caption: FA People's Cup: Phil Neville on why you should try walking football

    To find out more about it and how to sign up hear here.

  12. Mourinho back in a job

    Former Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is back in a job - as a pundit for Russian broadcaster RT.

    Mourinho, sacked by United in December, will provide predictions and post-game analysis of Champions League matches in his biweekly show “On the touchline with Jose Mourinho".

    Will we see him smile?

  13. Will Liverpool pull clear?

    Manchester City

    Manchester City now have three cup fixtures before returning to league action, with Newport County up first in the FA Cup fifth round on Saturday.

    A Champions League round of 16 first-leg tie at Schalke follows on 20 February, before City meet Chelsea once more in the Carabao Cup final on 24 February.

    During that period, Liverpool have the opportunity to move three points clear in the title race when they travel to face a resurgent Manchester United on 24 February (14:05 GMT).

    "[We are] top of the league, but we have to wait to see when Liverpool go to Old Trafford as we have played one more game," said City boss Pep Guardiola.

  14. Premier League's greatest import?

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    Rebel With A Cause: Eric Cantona. Look at the records.

  15. Is Amond Newport's answer to Aguero?

    It's a massive week for Newport County.

    The League Two club host Manchester City in the fifth round of the FA Cup on Saturday (17:30 GMT).

    Is Padraig Amond Newport's equivalent to Sergio Aguero?

    Amond has scored five goals in his last eight FA Cup appearances, netting in the first, second, third and fourth rounds this season.

  16. Garth's Team of the Week


    Six of Garth Crooks' Team of the Week come from Manchester United and Liverpool.

    Speaking about Liverpool's Georginio Wijnaldum, who was ill in the build-up to Saturday's 3-0 win over Bournemouth, Crooks said: "Sickness and diarrhoea can sweep through a club like wildfire.

    "So imagine when one of your star players comes to training suffering from the symptoms. Panic ensues!

    "Not so with Liverpool and Wijnaldum. The Netherlands international insisted he could play and produced an outstanding performance against a Bournemouth side outclassed from start to finish."

    Read more from Garth here.

  17. New club record?

    Wolves v Newcastle (20:00 GMT)

    Conor McNamara

    BBC Radio 5 live commentator

    A Wolves win would set a new club record points tally for a Premier League season.

    To be on the verge of this, with 13 games remaining, really puts in context the job Nuno Espirito Santo is doing at Molineux.

    The top six looks a closed shop, but Wolves can claim to be best of the rest.

  18. Wolves above Chelsea?

    Wolves v Newcastle (20:00 GMT)


    Will Wolves finish above Chelsea in the Premier League table?

    While the 2017 champions have dropped to sixth, Wolves are on the up and go in search of a fourth successive top-flight win at home to Newcastle United later.

    If seventh-placed Wolves win, they will be nine points behind Chelsea with 12 games to play.

  19. 'I aim to beat this in 90 minutes'


    Former Manchester United and Wales winger Mickey Thomas is beginning treatment today after being diagnosed with stomach cancer.

    "I aim to beat this in 90 minutes with no extra time and penalties," the 64-year-old tweeted on Monday.

    All the very best Mickey!

  20. Premier League's greatest import?

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    Soorya: Although there have been many amazing players over the years - Luis Suarez, Thierry Henry, Didier Drogba, even David de Gea - surely the best import has to be Cristiano Ronaldo? Not just what he’s gone on to do but in the time he was in the Premier League he was unstoppable.