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Live Reporting

Saj Chowdhury & Thomas Mallows

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    That is that from us.

    Remember it's Brighton v Man Utd at 20:15 BST. A big match for both for very different reasons.

    We will have live text commentary of that game.

  2. 'Mikel brought new energy to Arsenal'

    Arsenal v Norwich (Wed, 18:00 BST)

    Norwich City

    Daniel Farke had some kind things to say about Mikel Arteta before tomorrow's game at Emirates Stadium.

    "Mikel brought new energy to the club," said the Norwich boss. "He worked as an assistant to Pep Guardiola so he's flexible in his formations and game plans. It's difficult to prepare against them because they try to surprise.

    "Arsenal still have quality players, especially in attack. When Mesut Ozil doesn't travel with the squad, it says a lot about the quality. They were able to rest Aubameyang in the last game.

    "I would like to have the problems Arsenal have. They have so many quality players and play with different formations. We have to be at our best level and prepare for different scenarios."

  3. 'It would be extraordinary if we avoid relegation'

    Arsenal v Norwich (Wed, 18:00 BST)

    Norwich City

    Though he is pleased with his team's recent performances, Daniel Farke accepts Norwich would have to pull off something pretty special if they are to avoid the drop.

    "It would be extraordinary if we avoid relegation, but after you draw against United in 90 minutes with a good performance, it shows you're capable against every team," he said.

    "We have to work on our efficiency, to be more clinical and use our chances more, but also to go on with the same defensive solidity we've had in the last two games.

    "A surprising win can get us back in the mix. To play behind closed doors helps the bigger teams, because the teams are the bottom are more likely to win when the emotions are there."

  4. 'We're heading in the right direction'

    Arsenal v Norwich (Wed, 18:00 BST)

    Norwich City

    Norwich are now six points adrift at the foot of the table after losing all three of the Premier League matches since the restart.

    But boss Daniel Farke is remaining positive after a battling performance against Manchester United on Saturday, which was decided by Harry Maguire's goal right at the end of extra time.

    "We're heading in the right direction in terms of the quality of the performance," said Farke. "We deserved at least a point from Everton, and against United we were looking like winning the game.

    "If we can keep going with these performances I'm sure we'll win points in the last few games, hopefully starting tomorrow."

  5. Early team news

    Arsenal v Norwich (Wed, 18:00 BST)

    Norwich City

    Norwich have question marks over the fitness of several players for tomorrow's trip to Arsenal.

    Lukas Rupp, Max Aarons and Adam Idah will be assessed after picking up knocks against Manchester United in the FA Cup on Saturday.

    Todd Cantwell also picked up a slight injury but has been passed fit.

    Defender Timm Klose is suspended after he was sent off against United at the weekend.

  6. Bolasie ready to fight for his place at Everton

    Yannick Bolasie has posted a lengthy message on Twitter thanking Sporting Lisbon fans for their support during his loan spell, which has now come to an end.

    Bolasie also says he isn't training with Everton as he is ineligible for the remaining games of 2019-20, but plans to return to Finch Farm and fight for his place next season.

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  7. "Who?"

    Everton v Leicester (Wed, 18:00 BST)

    Alistair Magowan

    BBC Sport

    There was a slightly awkward moment in the news conference, when I asked Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti why he had let full-back Luke Garbutt leave the club and he replied: "Who?"

    In fairness, although Garbutt has been at the club for 11 years, he has also been on loan at Ipswich since Ancelotti took over in December, and elsewhere for a large part of his Everton career.

    So you can't blame the Italian, when he said: "Sorry, I'm surprised by this question. I don't know."

    One for director of football Marcel Brands, perhaps.

  8. No concerns over Leicester game - Ancelotti

    Everton v Leicester (Wed, 18:00 BST)

    Alistair Magowan

    BBC Sport

    Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti has just done his news conference ahead of his team hosting third-place Leicester.

    He says he has "no concerns" about the fact that the city of Leicester has been put into lockdown, with the game set to go ahead at Goodison on Wednesday evening.

    He said: "No, we don’t have any concerns, Premier League protocol gives us the confidence that everything we will be ok. I'm not happy for the city of Leicester, it’s in lockdown, but we don’t have concerns for [the match]." .

  9. Early team news

    Everton v Leicester (Wed, 18:00)


    Everton defender Yerry Mina is available after a thigh injury for tomorrow's game against Leicester.

    Full-back Djibril Sidibe is still struggling with a foot problem but is expected to resume training by the end of the week. Theo Walcott is scheduled to return to training next week after abdominal surgery

    "Its really important because now we begin a period where we play a lot of games so it will be important to have all the squad available," said Toffees boss Carlo Ancelotti.

  10. Man City 'Centurions' v Liverpool 'Incredibles' - who makes your team?

    Liverpool play their first match since clinching the title when they travel to Manchester City on Thursday, the team they dethroned as the champions of England.

    City had back-to-back titles before the Reds' triumph, but it was Pep Guardiola's side of 2017-18 that stood out.

    They are two of the greatest teams in Premier League history - but who would get into your combined starting XI?

    Head over here to make your selection and don't forget to share it using #bbcfootball

    We'll reveal the most popular XI on Thursday.

  11. PL not to blame for Liverpool fan celebrations - Masters


    Here's more from Premier League chief executive Richard Masters, who described the scenes at Liverpool's Pier Head last week as "regrettable" but does not think the league is to blame.

    "What happened that night is regrettable. It was wrong. [but] In the end, we are not in control of individuals actions," he said. "And it is possible to celebrate with social distancing. And maybe lots of those people left their homes that night with the intention of doing very much that.

    "So I think it obviously got out of hand in the same way we have seen gatherings on beaches, street parties and all these sorts of things going on within wider society.

    "I see it's very much an extension of that - where individuals have to take responsibility for their own actions. Obviously, we are in constant dialogue with all of our clubs about these issues, constantly reminding them of everyone's responsibilities.

    "We know they take those responsibilities very seriously.''

  12. Zabaleta farewell

    West Ham v Chelsea (Wed, 20:15BST)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    West Ham manager David Moyes has been talking about Pablo Zabaleta, who leaves the club today when his contract expires.

    Moyes has worked with the former Argentina defender during both his spells with the Hammers and couldn't be more delighted at his attitude.

    "Pablo is a top guy. What he achieved at Manchester City and the medals he won were fantastic. It was really good to work with him."

    The Hammers also said goodbye to home-grown defender Jeremy Ngakia.

    "It is a disappointment to lose Jeremy Ngakia because we wanted to keep him," said Moyes.

    "But it has gone. We move on from that."

  13. Hammers history

    West Ham v Chelsea (Wed, 20:15BST)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    West Ham have just announced plans for a statue to be erected outside the London Stadium, honouring Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst, Martin Peters and the rest of their 1965 European Cup Winners' Cup winning team.

    David Moyes was asked about this in his press conference.

    "I want a new history," he said. "I want the chance to make new history and hope for the future. I want to be the person who is here to do it.

    "I have a lot of thoughts and ideas about where I want to take the club."

  14. Moore, Hurst and Peters to be honoured at London Stadium

    West Ham United

    West Ham United have announced plans for a new statue to be installed at London Stadium featuring Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst and Martin Peters, celebrating the club's 1965 European Cup Winners’ Cup victory.The new statue will be the focal point of the club’s 125th anniversary celebrations over the course of the next year.

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  15. 'I've got to hope we can tip the balance'

    West Ham v Chelsea (20:15 BST, Wed)

    West Ham United

    David Moyes on his opponents: "The last three teams are teams going for the Champions League, but there is no such thing as a free hit.

    "I'm trying to win and we're preparing to win all the games. We went to Anfield and gave a really good account of ourselves. I've got to hope we can tip the balance and take something. We've got to try and score goals and not concede."

  16. 'I've always thought the season could go to the last day'

    West Ham v Chelsea (20:15, Wed)

    West Ham United

    More from Moyes. Probably not the optimism that Hammers fans might have wished for - nothing wrong with realism of course.

    "I've always thought the season could go to the last day. When you look at the fixtures and the way it pans out. I think, as long as you recognise mistakes and recognise you can improve, then you can always get better. I want to do a lot of things that can hopefully make the club better."

  17. 'Not having the fans a tremendous disadvantage'

    Arsenal v Norwich (Wed, 18:00 BST)


    Arsenal play their first competitive game at Emirates Stadium since March against Norwich tomorrow, meaning it will be their first experience of a Premier League home game without their own fans.

    "We really want to play at home. That's where we enjoy more, but obviously not having the fans within is a tremendous disadvantage," said boss Mikel Arteta.

    "We want to give them happy moments and enjoyment and at the moment we cannot do that just by seeing them as they have been watching on TV. But it's what we have at the moment.

    "We had two friendlies before we started the Premier League at home and it was a really strange feeling, but hopefully they’re used to it now and we know what we expect with all the protocols that we could to make sure that the players know exactly what they have to do, and hopefully they can enjoy tomorrow again playing in our stadium."

  18. No update on Aubameyang contract talks

    Arsenal v Norwich (Wed, 18:00 BST)

    George Cummins

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Mikel Arteta says there is no update on how contract talks are progressing with striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, whose current deal expires next year.

    The Arsenal boss also says defender William Saliba's loan at Saint-Etienne will be extended so he can feature in the French Cup final against Paris Saint-Germain next month.

    “He needs to stay there. We have an agreement with St Etienne," said Arteta.

    "He has earned the right to play in the final should the manager want to do that. We have to give him the opportunity to do that

    “I know how the high the expectations are big around him, but we have to take bear in mind the age that he’s at, and what he’s done in the past.

    "I’ll make sure we create the right environment for him so he can keep growing as a player.”

  19. 'Tierney is a very humble, normal guy'

    Arsenal v Norwich (Wed, 18:00 BST)

    George Cummins

    BBC Radio 5 live

    Mikel Arteta was also asked about the form of Kieran Tierney, who has endured an injury-hit first season in north London but has featured in every match since the restart.

    The former Celtic defender also raised eyebrows when he turned up for Sunday's FA Cup tie at Sheffield United carrying his kit in a supermarket carrier bag - something Arteta says points to his down-to-earth attitude.

    “He’s been one of the positives since I joined," said Arteta. "His character, the way he trains, the way he pushes himself. He is exactly what we need and he is the kind of player I love.

    "I’m really, really happy with him. He had some tough moment but he is much happier and settled.

    About the supermarket carrier bag? "This is Kieran. He is a very humble, normal guy and he does what he think is right.”