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Live Reporting

Harry Poole

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    You'll be able to follow live text coverage of that one on the BBC Sport website from around 18:30 BST.

    That's all from me for now though. In case you've missed any of today's news, I'll leave you with some of Monday's top stories and links with where to find them.

  2. Man Utd take aim at third spot

    Man Utd v Southampton (20:00 BST)

    Tonight, though, it's all eyes on Old Trafford.

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side can take advantage of Chelsea and Leicester's weekend defeats by leaping from fifth to third with a win against Southampton tonight.

    Premier League table
  3. 'You feel the pain of relegation'

    Chelsea v Norwich (Tue, 20:15 BST)

    Norwich City

    Some final words from Daniel Farke, as his relegated side prepare to pick themselves up for their final three games. It can't be easy.

    "We have to be honest and say we were not good enough, but I cannot blame one person. I can only apologise. I'm disappointed that I was not able to work another miracle," said Farke.

    "There is a big gap in us and other clubs finances and individual quality. The only guy I blame is myself, but I think it's important to leave the players.

    "Once relegation is confirmed, it isn't possible to enjoy the game, but it is an honour to play in the best league in the world. It's our chance to create momentum.

    "Once relegation is confirmed you feel the pain, but I'm in a leading role and have to be a role model. It's important to show character and personality in these moments, not just because its our job, but to show class even in difficult times."

  4. Kante not fit for Norwich

    Chelsea v Norwich (Tue, 20:15 BST)


    Frank Lampard says N'Golo Kante will miss Tuesday's meeting with Norwich - though the France midfielder does have a "chance" for the FA Cup semi-final against Manchester United on Sunday.

    On potential rotation, Lampard added: "While I have to consider the freshness of the team, we are trying to get the balance of the side as well."

    Asked about the final run of fixtures, the Chelsea manager said: "My only concern are the games ahead. We are at a critical stage of the season. We know what is in front of us. We have to try to finish the job.

    "If you don't turn up and perform, it doesn't matter about momentum. Having good home form gives us confidence but we have to treat Norwich with respect. They can feel unfortunate with some of their results."

  5. 'I never pinned hopes on City ban'

    Chelsea v Norwich (Tue, 20:15 BST)


    Had it been upheld, Manchester City's ban from European football would have allowed the Premier League's fifth-placed side to qualify for next season's Champions League.

    Instead, Chelsea, Leicester and Manchester United are separated by two points as they now battle for just two Champions League places.

    Asked about City's successful appeal, Frank Lampard said: "I was pretty neutral on it really. I didn't know much about the case, I just looked at the result at it this morning.

    "I don't see beyond the games in hand, we want to win them. I was never pinning my hopes on it, we just looked at ourselves.

    "We are sitting third, it is in our hands. This morning has just made it clear now and we have to fight for it."

  6. 'I won't dwell on defeat'

    Chelsea v Norwich (Tue, 20:15 BST)


    A 3-0 loss at Sheffield United has not proved disastrous for Chelsea, after Leicester remained fourth yesterday with a 4-1 defeat by Bournemouth.

    Manchester United could, of course, push Chelsea down to that final Champions League spot with a win over Southampton tonight.

    On dealing with Saturday's defeat, Lampard said: "I try to be honest with them. I didn't dwell on it, but it's about the positive nature of the game. I won't hang on one game, it's now a look forward.

    "I don't have a set way of dealing with it, just how I see fit. I like to watch games back. The players could feel they weren't at their best, we are moving on and we have a positive feeling in the camp.

    "Sheffield United have taken big teams all the way this year. I won't dwell on the game, it can happen to any team. It's something we don't like, but we are striving to be better and it is important for that."

  7. Post update

    Speaking of Frank Lampard, he's just about to get started at his own press conference.

  8. 'On a spotless day we can beat the top sides'

    Chelsea v Norwich (Tue, 20:15 BST)

    Norwich City

    Chelsea beat Norwich 3-2 in the reverse Premier League fixture in August and defeated the reigning champions Manchester City 3-2 in their very next home match as they made a flying start to life back in the top-flight.

    "Once we have a spotless day, we can even win points against a top side like Manchester City or Chelsea. If players don't reach their limit, we cannot win. We must reach this level against Chelsea. We want to prove when we're good in our topics we are able to win points," said Farke.

    On Chelsea manager Frank Lampard, he added: "I think Frank Lampard has done a fantastic job, compliments to him. It's a top club and it isn't easy to manage players like he is. They play with a lot of intensity and a lot of pace. They still have these young players, so might not have the consistency to win the title but they're definitely on the right path."

  9. 'We have nothing to lose now'

    Chelsea v Norwich (Tue, 20:15 BST)

    Norwich City

    Looking ahead to Tuesday's match against top-four hopefuls Chelsea, Daniel Farke is expecting to face a "highly motivated" side but has called on his team to start building momentum for next season.

    "Chelsea will need to win the three points after their recent defeat. The pressure is off us though, we can't lose anything so we can just give ourselves the best finish possible," said Farke.

    "It's unbelievably important for us to still be there in the games, we need to take this momentum into the short summer break and to make our supporters proud. We're still highly motivated to win these games and put on performances, we need to show unity and togetherness. We don't want to win to upset Chelsea, but make our fans proud."

  10. 'Relegation not a big surprise'

    Chelsea v Norwich (Tue, 20:15 BST)

    Norwich City

    "It wasn't a big surprise," says Farke on his side's relegation back to the Championship.

    "We had prepared for it at any point, but once it was confirmed we felt very disappointed.

    "We have weeks left in this league and still want to put in performances."

  11. Farke 'disappointed' with defeat and relegation

    Chelsea v Norwich (Tue, 20:15 BST)

    Norwich City

    Norwich manager Daniel Farke has arrived for his Monday afternoon press conference.

    The Canaries were officially relegated from the Premier League on Saturday, following a 4-0 defeat by West Ham.

    Farke says he is "disappointed" with both relegation and the manner of the defeat at the weekend.

    On the bright side, he has no new injury concerns ahead of a trip to Chelsea tomorrow.

  12. Post update

    Tottenham and its players continue to send messages of support to Serge Aurier, after it was confirmed his younger brother Christopher was shot dead in the French city of Toulouse.

    View more on twitter
  13. A look ahead

    As mentioned, we'll hear from Norwich manager Daniel Farke and Chelsea's Frank Lampard shortly, ahead of the two sides meeting at Stamford Bridge tomorrow (20:15 BST).

    That fixture, the only on Tuesday, begins another round of Premier League fixtures which will run over four nights - ensuring you'll have football to watch every day this week.

    In fact, you'll be able to find live Premier League football every day now until next Thursday. Lovely.

  14. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    SMS Message: FFP needs to apply tighter rules and greater scrutiny to club earnings. The 'fair value' approach is far too loose. A team of top lawyers and accountants can argue about what constitutes fair value til the cows come home - and so City's supposedly inflated earnings can not be conclusively proved. Start by limiting sponsorship from companies with links to owners and their families, which are supported by national funds, which are not profit making and perhaps which do not meet ESG concerns. Only then are clubs actually competing fairly from Sam, Billericay
    Sam, Billericay
  15. Liverpool plan to extend Lovren contract

    Mandeep Sanghera

    BBC Sport

    Liverpool plan to take up an option to extend defender Dejan Lovren's contract by another year and keep him until summer 2022.

    The Reds will extend the Croatia international's stay at the club if he is still at Anfield by the end of the summer transfer window.

    Russian side Zenit St Petersburg are interested in Lovren but have yet to make contact with the Reds.

    Zenit and other clubs are thought to have believed Lovren's deal ran out in summer 2021 but the option of a further year on his contract means Liverpool may be able to command a bigger fee for him.

    More here

    Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren
  16. 'City staying together is great for Premier League'

    Micah Richards

    Former Man City defender

    “Speaking to Manchester City fans all the time it has been difficult for them because they almost think that everyone has an agenda against them. You have the historical clubs but Man City are the new team on the block and a lot of Man City fans feel they are hard done by. It’s great for them looking forward to the future.

    “When you look at Liverpool this season they’ve been brilliant. The gap [in the table] this season is astonishing but before that City have been the go-to team. We should enjoy this manager and this team because they are record holders and record breakers and no one wants to see this team broken up.

    "For Liverpool, their victory this season must be sweeter knowing the team they have beaten. To see this City team stay together is great for Man City and the Premier League in general.”

  17. Still to come...

    There are just the two press conferences to come this afternoon, with Norwich manager Daniel Farke due at 13:15 BST, followed by Chelsea boss Frank Lampard at 13:30.

    We'll bring you the best bits from those, as well as further reaction to today's big stories.

  18. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    SMS Message: Re: PLbabble at 10:27. Good news for Man U fans too. I'm sure most Man U fans like myself would rather us qualify for the Champions League by finishing 3rd or 4th instead of us getting a 'free pass'. from Steven
  19. 'Two years would have been so damaging'

    Micah Richards

    Former Man City defender

    It’s good news. I don’t want to be biased but with Man City they always pleaded their innocence from day one and it’s good to see it come to a conclusion after it hanging over them for so long. It has made it difficult to plan for the future but, finally, it has come to a conclusion which is good for everyone.

    Two years would have been so damaging. Pep Guardiola’s contract is up at the end of next season, Kevin de Bruyne is in the form of his life – the players in that side want to play Champions League football. It’s good it’s over with. From a players' point of view, it’s difficult not knowing if you would be in it so to put it to bed is brilliant.

  20. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only)

    SMS Message: FFP rules are necessary in this day and age but the way they are set out at the moment favour the clubs that have received investment or have had the time to grow to the size they are BEFORE the rule was set in place. The current rules don't favour the chances of smaller clubs. from Jake, Maidenhead
    Jake, Maidenhead