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Live Reporting

By Saj Chowdhury and Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

  1. BreakingBreaking team news

    Wolves v Sheff Utd (14:00 GMT)

    Defender Max Kilman makes his first Premier League start for Wolves - Romain Saiss is suspended.

    Sheffield United welcome back keeper Dean Henderson and defender John Egan.

  2. Breaking team news

    Norwich v Arsenal (14:00 GMT)

    Interim boss Freddie Ljungberg makes four changes to the XI that started in the 2-2 draw against Southampton last week.

    Granit Xhaka, who started in the Europa League defeat on Thursday, makes his first league appearance since the infamous substitution against Crystal Palace in October.

  3. 'Perfect fit for Watford'

    Karen Carney

    Former England winger on BBC Radio 5 Live

    When I watched Chris Hughton's sessions with Birmingham I was impressed: he was very organised, very in control and I was impressed with him as a person.

    He just had an aura, and when he left Birmingham I was devastated. He’ll be the perfect fit for Watford.

  4. 'I'd love to see Hughton at Watford'

    Clinton Morrison

    Former Crystal Palace striker on BBC Radio 5 Live

    They have probably been waiting for this because the results have been poor

    I’d love to see Chris Hughton back in management, because he’s a terrific manager.

    He’s the manager who will make them solid defensively.

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    Rob: Watford are a tinpot club with a long history of making bad managerial decisions. This is another one of them. 100% going down.

    SMS Message: It's funny that with Everton and Watford managers under pressure maybe a certain Unai Emery could be a good fit for them? As perhaps they are clubs more in the mould of Sevilla than Arsenal were? from Suren
  6. Marvellous Martin

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    Apologies Chelsea fans but West Ham haven't had too much to cheer about of late.

  7. Get Involved: Who do you want next at Watford?

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    Quique Sanchez Flores' return lasted long then?

    So who would you like to see come in next at the Vicarage?

  8. Breaking: Quique Sanchez Flores has been sacked

    Watford's statement: With regret, Watford Football Club confirms the departure of Head Coach Quique Sánchez Flores.

    "Quique is a man of great integrity and it was clear how much he wanted to have a positive impact, but ultimately results have dictated our decision," said Hornets' Chairman & CEO Scott Duxbury.

    "The appointment of a new Head Coach is imminent, and with nearly two-thirds of the season remaining, we will provide all the support necessary to make the coming months successful."

    No further comment from Watford FC will be made until a new Head Coach is announced.

  9. But before all that...


    Read more from Phil here.

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    • Following Manchester City's draw, are they out of the title race?
    • After the departure of Pochettino and Emery, will we see more shake-ups in the coming days?
    • Do Arsenal need to look beyond Freddie Ljungberg?
  11. Your Sunday schedule on the BBC

    Today's matches are more intriguing than an feature-length episode of Doctors.

    You have Norwich, on the back of a great away win at Everton, up against Freddie Ljungberg's Arsenal (14:00 GMT).

    Then there's Wolves v Sheffield United, which could see either side go above Tottenham and into fifth. (14:00 GMT).

    Then we reach precarious o'clock.

    At 16:30 GMT, Brendan Rodgers' Leicester could reclaim second with victory against Everton, whose manager Marco Silva is reported to be under pressure.

    And over at Old Trafford, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, whose future has also been speculated, leads his Manchester United side against Aston Villa (16:30 GMT).