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Laura Savvas

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  1. Post update

    And on that note, I'm off home.

    Maybe Javi Gracia's done the same, who knows?

    Don't forget, Arsenal v Newcastle is the Monday night fixture, so make sure you head on back to the BBC Sport app or website - whichever tickles your fancy - for updates on that tonight.


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    Okay Watford, I appreciate that your April Fools' Day joke was the "leaked" home kit.

    What I don't appreciate is you making us all wait for the news conference...

    I might just have to admit defeat here, guys.

    Javi Gracia
  4. Baggies record £7.5m pre-tax loss

    West Bromwich Albion

    West Brom have published their latest figures, revealing that they made pre-tax losses of £7.5m last season as they were relegated from the Premier League.

    They spent a record £45.9m on signings, including Jay Rodriguez, Oliver Burke and Gareth Barry and increased their wage bill by £13.2m to £92.2m.

    Chief executive Mark Jenkins said "the cost of a season which ended up with the club relegated from the Premier League exhausted our funds".

    Read more here about the Baggies' finances.

    West Bromwich Albion
  5. Post update

    Afternoon all. I'm back in the hot seat as I bring you updates from Javi Gracia's pre-match news conference ahead of Tuesday's match with Fulham.

    Unless, of course, he's late and doesn't appear until after 3pm, which is when my shift ends, in which case I wont...

    But we shall see. This could be me just banging on for the next 23 minutes.


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    Rightio, that's it from me, Denise.

    I will pass you on to the very capable typing skills of Laura Savvas to take you through to the end of today's press conferences.

  7. Injury news: Ream & Seri in contention

    Watford v Fulham (Tues, 19:45 BST)


    Defender Tim Ream and midfielder Jean Michael Seri are back in contention for the clash at Vicarage Road which will see Fulham relegated if they lose.

    Provisional squad: Rico, Odoi, Chambers, Ream, Bryan, Sessegnon, McDonald, Cairney, Nordtveit, Mitrovic, Babel, Fabri, Le Marchand, Christie, Seri, Zambo,

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  9. 'One game at a time' - Hughton

    Chelsea v Brighton (Wed, 19:45 BST)

    Looking ahead to Brighton's game with Chelsea on Wednesday now.

    Chris Hughton recognises the Blues have not been at their "best" in recent games, but that his side will still need to be at their best to win.

    "We didn't reach the levels required to win the game at the weekend,"he said.

    "If we can get a performance on Wednesday it gives us a chance in the game and there'll always be a better feel."

    On Chelsea: "Yesterday Chelsea weren't at their best and they won the game - that can quite easily happen in this division. "Generally the top six get results, but you're always looking at areas to capitalise on."

    Chris Hughton
  10. Injury news: Gross out, Andone could be involved

    Chelsea v Brighton (Wed, 19:45 BST)

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    Chris Hughton has given an update on the injury situation among his Brighton squad.

    "“At this moment Pascal Gross is still unavailable - Florin Andone trained again today and we hope he'll be involved in some way on Wednesday evening," he said.

    Florin Andone
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    Chelsea v Brighton (Wed, 19:45 BST)

    Brighton & Hove Albion

    Brighton boss Chris Hughton is up next with team news ahead of their visit to Stamford bridge to face Chelsea.

    Albion are currently 15th in the Premier League table and are as yet not safe from being pulled into a relegation battle.

    Three points against a stumbling Blues side in recent games will do them no harm whatsoever.

    "At this moment we feel no more pressurised than at any other period during the season so far," said Hughton, when asked about pressure to get points.

    "We've generally haven't been too far away from where we are now. "As a team our development means we'll still have tough matches and periods."

  12. 'I'm really pleased for Solskjaer' - Santo

    Wolves v Man Utd (19:45 BST)

    Nuno Espirito Santo has also been addressing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's permanent appointment as Manchester united manager.

    He says the Norwegian former United striker has done an "amazing" job so far.

    “I don’t know what pressures will be on him, but I do know that he has done an amazing job and was a fantastic gentleman when I met him, so I’m really pleased for him, " Espirito Santo said.

    “He’s done a fantastic job; clearly the team reacted, and the performances and results came. The talent was always there, and tomorrow is going to be no different.”

    Nuno Espirito Santo and OGS
  13. 'It will be a tough challenge' - Santo

    Wolves v Man utd (19:45 BSt)

    Wolves are unbeaten in seven games at Molineux, and head coach Nuno Espirito Santo hopes his players can keep up that run when they host Manchester United on Tuesday night.

    But first they need to recover from the weekend's loss to Burnley.

    “We will train well and prepare ourselves well for the game," he said.

    It’s the second day after the game, some players are going to recover, they will do a small amount of training and then we’re going to prepare for tomorrow, which will be a tough challenge.”

    Nuno Espirito Santo
  14. 'We can win again' - Otto

    Wolves v Man Utd (19:45 BST)

    Wolverhampton Wanderers

    Jonny Otto has been happily answering questions ahead of Wolves' clash with Manchester United on Tuesday night.

    The wing-back is confident his team can beat United for the second time in a couple of weeks, following Wolves' victory over them in the FA Cup quarter-finals.

    "We know that it will be different, since every game is different. But we do know that we can win again."

    Jonny Otto
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  16. 'We need to win' - Parker

    Watford v Fulham (19:30 BST)


    Scott Parker has gone on to say the game against Watford is a "must win" if his side have any chance of securing survival in the Premier League.

    "We need to win, really. Performances have progressively got better, but we understand the result is key,the former Cottagers player said.

    "The biggest challenge is to keep the players focused. Of course, confidence is low. It's been a really tough year, and there are scars. We need to keep pushing standards."

  17. Team news: Mitrovic doubt

    Watford v Fulham (Tues, 19:30 BST)


    Fulham manager Scott Parker has confirmed Aleks Mitrovic is a doubt for his side's match with Watford on Tuesday night.

    "It's going to be a late call on Mitro. He's done some light training," he said