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Live Reporting

Ben Collins

All times stated are UK

  1. Bookies never seen betting like it - Warnock

    Man City v Cardiff (19:45 BST)

    Cardiff City

    On the pitch, Cardiff will be looking to dent Manchester City's title hopes later, while boosting their own chances of avoiding relegation.

    That would be a big upset, the biggest of the season according to the bookmakers.

    Cardiff manager Neil Warnock said: "We've got to do our best in the game. I doubt any of our squad could get in either two of their first teams.

    "They've taken the Premier League to another level. And you're not only putting your wits against the very best - possibly in Europe - but it's the highest odds in a game this season; 40/1 in a two-horse race. The bookies say they've never seen betting like it."

  2. Cardiff seek direct talks with Nantes

    BBC Sport Wales

    Over in France, Nantes have been approached by Cardiff City for direct talks in an effort to solve the dispute over the £15m transfer fee for striker Emiliano Sala, who died in a plane crash in January.

    World football's governing body Fifa have granted the clubs until 15 April to settle the row.

  3. Barca pull off late fightback

    Elsewhere in Europe on Tuesday, a remarkable game in La Liga saw Barcelona score two late goals to draw 4-4 with Villarreal.

    Atletico Madrid's 2-0 home win over Girona saw them cut Barca's lead at the top of the table to eight points with eight games to play.

    Lionel Messi scores for Barcelona against Villarreal
  4. Juve forward suffers racist abuse

    Cagliari 0-2 Juventus

    Unfortunately there was another incident on Tuesday as Italian teenage forward Moise Kean suffered racist abuse from the stands during Juventus' Serie A match at Cagliari.

    The 19-year-old held his arms aloft after scoring Juve's second in the 2-0 win, seemingly in response to chants, and was subjected to further abuse.

    Joao Cancelo comforts Juventus team-mate Moise Kean
  5. Uefa chief to ask refs to be 'brave'

    The Mirror also featured a story on FA chairman Greg Clarke apologising to England’s black players for the racist abuse they suffered during last week's Euro 2020 qualifier in Montenegro.

    Uefa president Aleksander Ceferin has also said he will ask referees to be "brave" and stop matches where there is racist abuse from fans.

  6. Feeling Small

    Daily Mirror

    Neil Warnock's latest comments got a mention on the back page of the Mirror...

    Daily Mirror back page
  7. Riley's 'almost like a robot' - Warnock

    Man City v Cardiff (19:45 BST)

    Cardiff City

    ICYMI, Cardiff looked set to beat Chelsea before a controversial finish saw the visitors fight back for a 2-1 victory.

    Unsurprisingly, Cardiff boss Neil Warnock wasn't happy. He was told he would face no action for staring down the match officials after the game but in Tuesday's news conference he said that former referee Mike Riley, head of the Professional Game Match Officials Limited had been "manufactured, almost like a robot".

    Warnock added: "He knows everything about the rules but I feel these people struggle to understand the game and the human element."

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  9. Wednesday's Premier League fixtures

    Chelsea trail Tottenham by just one point and are also at home later, against Brighton.

    But it's not just the battle for Champions League qualification that is getting us excited - the title race could go down to the wire.

    Manchester City have the chance to go back above Liverpool at the top of the table when they host third-bottom Cardiff later.And here's all three of Wednesday's Premier League fixtures.

    Premier League fixtures for 3 April
  10. Spurs will be in Champions League - Pochettino

    Tottenham v Crystal Palace (19:45 BST)

    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is confident Spurs will finish in the top four though.

    They have the chance to move back into third place later when they host Crystal Palace in their first game at their new stadium.

    And Pochettino said in Tuesday's news conference that he has "no doubt" his team will qualify for the Champions League next season.

  11. Predict the top six

    You can also click here to predict how you think the top six will look come Sunday, 12 May.

    That's the final day of the Premier League season, btw. Don't miss it, it's shaping up to be a cracker!

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    So you've heard from our pundits and all the managers involved in Tuesday's games. Now let us know your thoughts.

    Both Wolves and Fulham spent plenty of money after earning promotion to the Premier League last summer and have experienced very different seasons. Where did it go right/wrong?

    And with Arsenal having moved above Tottenham and Manchester United into third this week, how do you see the race for a Champions League place panning out?

  13. Solskjaer on Young foul - It's a yellow card

    Wolves 2-1 Man Utd

    Manchester United

    On Ashley Young being sent off after two bookings, Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer added: "When you're on a yellow and you go in you're always in danger of getting another one. He hit the ball but followed through and hit him. It's a yellow card.

    "With 10 men it's hard but we had to keep the ball. We didn't want them to put pressure on us. They scored with their first chance after the sending off and you have to give them credit for that.

    "I'm very disappointed with the result but pleased with the performance up until 75 minutes - it was an excellent performance from the boys."

    Ashley Young foul on Diogo Jota
  14. 'We should have been two or three up' - Solskjaer

    Wolves 2-1 Man Utd

    Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was pleased with Manchester United's performance despite losing at Wolves, with Scott McTominay giving them the lead before Ashley Young was sent off with the score at 1-1 in the second half.

    "We played some fantastic stuff, first 20 minutes we should have been two or three up and I'm not exaggerating, but we didn't pounce on big moments in the game.

    "Scott McTominay played really well tonight, he's been excellent. He gave us a goal threat, energy and legs - I'm very pleased with him.

    "There were a couple of mistakes from us. We gave them that first goal, we have to be honest."

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    Video caption: Wolves 2-1 Man Utd: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer pleased with display despite defeat
  15. United denied return to third place

    Wolves beat Manchester United to reach the FA Cup semi-finals so Tuesday's victory made it two wins in 17 days over the Red Devils.

    It also prevented United returning to third place in the Premier League.

    Owen Coyle and Pat Nevin joined Mark Chapman to talk about Tuesday's games on the Football Daily podcast.

  16. FA Cup boost

    So Wolves and Watford both won on Tuesday, keeping just one point between them in the Premier League table, and they face each other in the FA Cup semi-finals on Sunday (16:00 BST). That one will be a tough one to call.

    Manchester City continue their quest for the quadruple against Brighton on Saturday (17:30 BST) in the other semi-final. That game will be broadcast live on BBC One, BBC Radio 5 Live and the BBC Sport website.

  17. What more can you ask? - Nuno

    Wolves 2-1 Man Utd


    Understandably, Wolves' manager Nuno Espirito Santo is a happy man right now.

    "What more can you ask?" he said. "We know it was very difficult. The extra effort the boys had to make and how they react to the first goal - I'm really pleased.

    "I give credit to United for how they shaped themselves, it was difficult to recover the ball.

    "Even after the red card it is always difficult against United. We created spaces and had more chances. If there's one thing I can complain about it is being more clinical.

    "The preparation starts now for the [FA Cup] semi-final - we will rest and prepare for a difficult game. A fantastic challenge for us."

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    Video caption: Wolves 2-1 Man Utd: Nuno Espirito Santo pleased to pick up 'very difficult' win
  18. Wolves on course for top-eight finish

    Wolves 2-1 Man Utd

    Wolves came up last season and have more than done themselves justice back in the top flight.

    Their win over Manchester United kept them in seventh place and they could now become the first newly-promoted side to finish in the top eight since Reading finished eighth in 2005-06.

    No newly-promoted team has finished higher than that since Ipswich Town came fifth in 2000-01.

    Raul Jimenez
  19. Robins soar into play-off places

    Norwich are currently top of the Championship and the battle for the three promotion places is really hotting up.

    Just two points separate second-placed Leeds and third-placed Sheffield United while Bristol City won 1-0 at play-off rivals Middlesbrough on Tuesday night to climb above Derby and Aston Villa into the top six.

    Swansea, meanwhile, beat Brentford 3-0 to go level with the Bees in the middle of the table.