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  1. Liverpool stay second after 0-0 draw at Everton
  2. Man City one point clear with nine games left
  3. Chelsea win 2-1 at Fulham
  4. Watford strike late to beat Leicester 2-1
  5. Rodgers' first game in charge of Leicester
  6. Get Involved: #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

Live Reporting

By Ben Collins

All times stated are UK

  1. Bye for now

    I'm sure there'll be plenty more twists and turns in the title race but we're going to leave you to mull over whether Manchester City or Liverpool will come out on top.

    Thanks for getting involved today and letting us know your thoughts after Sunday's Merseyside derby left Liverpool a point behind City at the top of the table.

    It's back to Champions League football on Tuesday night so do join us for live text commentary on Tottenham's game at Borussia Dortmund.

    In the meantime we'll bring you all the build-up from Dortmund, where Spurs are due to hold a news conference on Monday evening.

    Until then I'll leave you with today's main stories:

  2. Get Involved

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    SMS Message: Do people really think Liverpool still have a chance for the title? Wake up people. This is Guardiola. This is City. They will not give up top spot now. Liverpool have flapped it. AGAIN. from VP, Leicester.
    VP, Leicester.
    SMS Message: The reality is that this 'should' have been another season where City walk off with the title. Thankfully it isnt, but if you take away Liverpool's contentious points from questionable officiating, they'd be in the scrap for top 4. from Chris, Lancs
    Chris, Lancs
    SMS Message: As a Liverpool supporter it would be nice to win the title but how can anybody really compete against Man City without a lot of luck on their side. Their second string 11 could still easily battle for the top 4 and I would say be challenging for the title. Without similar investment I can see Man City just winning the title for a while now. I'm happy to be 1 point behind Man City at this stage of the season. It means there is still a chance regardless of recent results. from Ben, Ellesmere Port
    Ben, Ellesmere Port
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    SMS Message: When City were potentially 7 points adrift, no one on Earth said they had lost the title. Now Liverpool ARE only 1 point adrift, everyone goes nuts and even questioning the capability of the quad. Logic? from Ryan
    SMS Message: Still think it will come down to who progresses further in the CL. As a Reds fan, I hope they go out in Munich and just play one game a week for the reminder of the season. from Rowly

    Manchester City host Schalke next Tuesday with a 3-2 advantage from the first leg while Liverpool visit Bayern Munich next Wednesday after a goalless first leg.

  4. 'It's not over until it's over'

    Borussia Dortmund v Tottenham (Tues, 20:00 GMT)

    Harry Kane has said that if Tottenham are to start winning trophies they must "step up" when the pressure is on.

    And if Borussia Dortmund get an early goal on Tuesday night then Spurs could be faced with a highly-charged atmosphere at the Signal Iduna Park.

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  5. 'In Borussia We Believe'

    Borussia Dortmund v Tottenham (Tues, 20:00 GMT)

    There's no Premier League game on Monday night but the Champions League returns this week.

    Tottenham are looking to book their place in the quarter-finals after winning 3-0 in the first leg of their tie with Borussia Dortmund.

    The German side have issued Spurs a couple of warnings though.

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  6. Brooks signs new deal

    David Brooks swiftly adjusted to life in the Premier League since joining Bournemouth last summer and the Wales winger has been rewarded with a new long-term deal less than a year after joining the club.

    The 21-year-old signed for the Cherries for £10m from Sheffield United in July 2018 on a four-year contract.

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    SMS Message: A lot of people blaming Klopp for being too conservative. Liverpool had three or four clear cut chances - simply no composure. And why is Shaqiri, a beacon of creativity, being constantly ignored? from Matthew
    SMS Message: This title is wide open still. I actually think although Liverpool's attack isn't firing, in the end the defence will end up winning them the title. These draws will be points gained in the end. City will drop points. from Jaz
    SMS Message: Great Race ahead, After last season's one sided Premier League, someone needed to step up and challenge Moneybags Citeh,Thanks Liverpool! All to play for with 9 Games to go. The Ox to score the Goal that wins the title on the last Day. from Jerry
  8. Liverpool too cautious on the road?

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    Video caption: Liverpool aren't as clinical - Murphy

    After Sunday's Merseyside derby, Liverpool have dropped points in their last three away games, drawing all three and scoring just once.

    MOTD 2 pundit and former Liverpool midfielder Danny Murphy feels that "on each occasion there were times when Jurgen Klopp could and should have been bolder".

    Here's what he has to say in his latest column.

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    SMS Message: Klopp blaming the wind shows he doesn't take responsibility for his team selection or players. City had tough conditions and packed defence at Bournemouth and came out with a win. That is why they'll be champions. from Benji G, Salford
    Benji G, Salford
    SMS Message: Very tight premier league run in , Liverpool seem to have lost their edge. If city keep their main players fit I feel that city will win, I am a fan of neither. from JD
  10. Zinchenko City's next first-choice left-back?

    Oleksandr Zinchenko

    Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola said last week that he was thinking of signing a new left-back in the summer.

    Is his next first-choice left-back right under his nose though?

    Oleksandr Zinchenko continued his remarkable record at City with another mature performance in Saturday's 1-0 win over Bournemouth.

    Here we take a look at his impressive stats in a City shirt.

  11. Bradford appoint Bowyer

    More managerial news from League One now as Bradford name Gary Bowyer as David Hopkin's successor.

    He takes over with the Bantams second-bottom in the table, six points from safety with 11 games left.

    Third-bottom Rochdale sacked Keith Hill earlier today.

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  12. Award for Van Dijk

    Seems Liverpool signed the right man when they bolstered their backline last January though.

    Virgil van Dijk helped the Reds claim another clean sheet in the Merseyside derby and his recent form has been recognised.

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    Phil Blundell: Liverpool not signing a top goalscoring midfield in the summer or January has put too much pressure on the boys up top and has left us with a lack of threat in the middle making it easier to defend against us.

    Paul Skinback: When Klopp bit about taking risks he needs to realise one thing. Unless playing City (which they aren't) then 1 win and 1 loss is better than 2 draws. Taking off one of the sideways passers in the middle for an attacking player was where he needed to go yesterday.

  14. Liverpool to go for Maxi Gomez?

    Maxi Gomez

    Liverpool, meanwhile, have been linked with a £35m move for Celta Vigo's 22-year-old Uruguay striker Maxi Gomez.

    The Sun has reported that former Reds forward Luis Suarez has recommended his compatriot.

  15. McGinn to Leicester?

    John McGinn

    Steve Bruce began the season in charge of Aston Villa and although he was sacked in October, his decision to sign John McGinn from Hibernian last summer has proved a good bit of business.

    It's been reported today that the Scotland midfielder could be one of Brendan Rodgers' first signings as Leicester boss this summer.

    That's one of the stories in today's gossip column.

  16. Steel city derby

    Sheffield Wednesday v Sheffield United (19:45 GMT)

    Elsewhere in the EFL, it's the Sheffield derby on Monday night with Wednesday hosting United in the Championship.

    It will be Steve Bruce's first derby as Wednesday boss and he actually began his managerial career with their city rivals back in 1998.

    Wednesday are mid-table but the Blades can go level with second-placed Leeds.

  17. Dale sack boss Hill

    Some news from League One now, and Rochdale have sacked manager Keith Hill.

    Dale are third-bottom in the table, five points from safety with 11 games left.

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  18. Spurs must step up - Kane

    Borussia Dortmund v Tottenham (Tues, 20:00 GMT)

    Harry Kane

    Having taken one point from the last nine available it seems that Tottenham are now out of the title race but they travel to Germany this week with a 3-0 advantage in the Champions League.

    Spurs play Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday night hoping to clinch a place in the quarter-finals and striker Harry Kane has said they must "step up" when the pressure is on if they are to start winning trophies.