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Live Reporting

Thomas Mallows

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    That's all from today's super busy live page - here are some of the day's headlines:

    Do stick with the BBC Sport website for coverage of this weekend's football, starting with tonight's action in the Championship and Scottish Premiership.

    We will also keep you bang up-to-date with all the last minute deals on transfer deadline day from 6am Monday morning.

    Until next time!

  2. Duo doubtful for Fulham

    Wolves v Fulham (Sun, 14:00 BST)


    Fulham still have doubts over Mario Lemina and Harrison Reed ahead of Sunday's trip to Wolves.

    Both players have missed the last three games with injuries picked up in the 4-3 defeat at Leeds.

    Kenny Tete is still struggling with an injury while Ademola Lookman is hoping to make his Premier League debut following his loan move from RB Leipzig.

  3. Parker hopeful of new Fulham signings

    Wolves v Fulham (Sun, 14:00 BST)


    Fulham have made a poor start to the season, losing all three Premier League matches before being knocked out of the Carabao Cup by Brentford on Thursday.

    Cottagers boss Scott Parker is hopeful the club will make some new signings to bolster the squad before the deadline.

    "I'd like to think that come Monday we will have some additions in the building to help us and the squad," he said.

    "When you take the step up from the Championship into the Premier League you need to evolve as a team and you need to add quality into that as well."

  4. Podence could return for Wolves

    Leicester v West Ham (Sun, 12:00 BST)


    Wolves hope to have Daniel Podence back for this weekend’s Premier League game against Fulham at Molineux.

    The Portuguese forward missed the 4-0 defeat at West Ham due to a shoulder problem.

    Defender Marcal was also absent against the Hammers after suffering a calf injury on his debut against Manchester City on September 21 and will be assessed.

  5. Bilic confirms transfer interest

    Southampton v West Brom (Sun, 12:00 BST)

    West Bromwich Albion

    West Brom boss Slaven Bilic has confirmed the club are considering signing Huddersfield’s Karlan Grant and Leicester’s Islam Slimani as he looks to strengthen his forward line.

    Grant scored 19 Championship goals for the Terriers last season, while Slimani netted nine times while on loan at Monaco.

    “I’m respectful to the clubs and I’m respectful to my players here," said Bilic.

    “But the rumours are true, they are two that are on our list. Very quality players of course.”

  6. Silva could leave Leicester - Rodgers

    Leicester v West Ham (Sun, 12:00 BST)

    Leicester City

    Brendan Rodgers was asked about rumours linking Adrien Silva with a move to Sampdoria.

    “There’s a possibility of Adrien going out," he said. "He’s been great and he understands where his position is at the club”

    On any more potential incomings: “I wouldn’t anticipate any more coming in, but you never know”

  7. Diop and Cullen return

    Leicester v West Ham (Sun, 12:00 BST)

    West Ham United

    West Ham have Issa Diop and Josh Cullen available after they completed their period of self-isolation. That means Ryan Ferdericks is the only absentee as he continues his recovery from a thigh injury.

  8. Moyes could return for Leicester game - Irvine

    Leicester v West Ham (Sun, 12:00 BST)

    West Ham United

    David Moyes has missed West Ham's last three games as he was forced self-isolate after testing positive for Covid-19.

    Assistant Alan Irvine says Moyes is feeling fine and could return for Sunday's game with Leicester, though they will continue to follow the medical and government guidance.

    "He's okay and I spoke to him this morning," said Irvine. "He's not been in. He's feeling okay but at the moment we're all just following all the guidelines and various protocols. He's in contact with the medical people at the Club and they're in contact with the medical people at the Premier League.

    "At this moment I would think it's more likely that he won't be on the touchline at Leicester, but that's something that can change during the course of the day and tomorrow.

    "We will carry on working in the way we have tried to during his absence - he's obviously heavily involved in everything we're doing and making the final decisions, and that will continue whether he's on the touchline or not."

    Alan Irvine
  9. 'No space for Bolasie' - Ancelotti

    Everton v Brighton (Sat, 15:00 BST)

    Alistair Magowan

    BBC Sport

    I asked Carlo Ancelotti about the future of winger Yannick Bolasie, who has shown signs of frustration on social media this week about not featuring in the Everton manager's plans.

    The 31-year-old has not played this season.

    The Italian said: "He is doing well, training well and professionally. He is not part of the squad, he can train with us if he's not able to find a club by the end of market and if he stays we will train him.

    "But I said to him we have a big squad and unfortunately, there is no space for him."

  10. Vardy fit for Foxes

    Leicester v West Ham (Sun, 12:00 BST)

    Leicester City

    Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers confirms Jonny Evans and Jamie Vardy are both fit and are ready to start. Dennis Praet has trained, and his injury [knee] isn’t as serious as first thought.

  11. 'Beautiful bubble' will burst - Ancelotti

    Everton v Brighton (Sat, 15:00 BST)

    Alistair Magowan

    BBC Sport

    For Everton fans getting carried away at winning their first six games of the season since 1938, a word of warning from Carlo Ancelotti: the tough times are coming.

    Asked what had made it such a good start, the manager said: "A lot of reasons; the new signings improved the squad, and the quality and also the players are more motivated, more ambitious. We started well and the atmosphere is good.

    "But I know it's going to finish, this beautiful bubble, where we are living now. Everything is perfect and we are ok, sooner or later, it’s going to finish. The strength of the squad [shows] when the danger is coming, we have to be ready and maybe it comes tomorrow. If we are not focussed there, the danger will come tomorrow for sure."

  12. Rodgers excited by European challenge

    Leicester v West Ham (Sun 12:00 BST)

    Leicester City

    It has been exciting few hours for Leicester, with the Foxes signing defender Wesley Fofana from Saint-Etienne before being drawn against Braga, AEK Athens and Zorya Luhansk in the Europa League.

    "We watched the draw, and it’s exciting," said Leicester boss Brendan Rodgers.

    "It’s the work we put in last year and we get the rewards for that, and we can’t wait to get started in the competition.

    “The first objective is qualification, if you can finish top then great, but qualification out of the group is the main concern”

    On new signing Fofana: "“A brilliant signing for us, we said at the start of the window that we wanted quality and I think the three players we’ve signed are that. That’s a big credit to Lee Congerton and his staff”

  13. Pulisic back for Blues

    Chelsea v Crystal Palace (Sat, 12:30 BST)


    Christian Pulisic will return to the squad after injury, though he is only fit enough for the bench. The American hasn't featured since suffering a hamstring injury during the FA Cup final defeat to Arsenal in August.

    Summer signing Hakim Ziyech is edging closer to fitness but not yet ready for a return.

    Christian Pulisic
  14. Every game important - Lampard

    Chelsea v Crystal Palace (Sat, 12:30 BST)


    After scrambling a 3-3 draw against West Brom last weekend and losing to Spurs on penalties, Frank Lampard was asked how important Saturday's clash with Crystal Palace was.

    “It's important, but as important as every game is," said Lampard.

    "Brighton was tough, we have lost to the champions and then clear mistakes at West Brom.

    "There is clear perspective of the first three games and we are getting more settled.

    "We will attack the game with confidence and a desire to win, like with every game.”

  15. Squad rallied around Mount - Lampard

    Chelsea v Crystal Palace (Sat, 12:30 BST)


    Chelsea boss Frank Lampard says the squad have rallied around Mason Mount after he missed the crucial penalty in their shootout defeat to Tottenham in the Carabao Cup in midweek.

    "Everyone rallied around Mason, like they would with any in the team," he said.

    "He didn't let us down, it's been the opposite since he has been with us. He will play many games of high importance and he has our full support.”

    Mason Mount being consoled by his team-mates after missing a penalty
  16. Lampard responds to transfer speculation

    Chelsea v Crystal Palace (Sat 12:30 BST)


    Chelsea have spent an estimated £220m on new players this summer, but are there any more deals to be done before the deadline?

    "We do have a big squad, I don't want to get into speculation in the final few days of the window, so we will see how that develops in the next few days," said Chelsea boss Frank Lampard. "We focus on the game tomorrow and we will see on Monday."

    On the futures of Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Callum Hudson-Odoi and Fikayo Tomori: "With every player in the squad, if the situation is a loan you have to consider what is the best for the player and best for the club first and foremost.

    "With those three players I would take those things into consideration, but I haven't got an answer for you. I have a good relationship with them all but thats one we will approach player by player in the coming days.

    "Once the window shuts every player that is here will be used because there is a long season and lot of competitions coming up. We will know more on Monday."

    Frank Lampard
  17. 'Kean has a future at Everton' - Ancelotti

    Everton v Brighton (Sat, 15:00 BST)

    Alistair Magowan

    BBC Sport

    Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti would not be drawn on whether Everton will sign Norwich City defender Ben Godfrey, who is close to joining the Toffees.

    But the Italian did say that forward Moise Kean "has a future" at Everton. "The club made a big investment with him last season, he's young," Ancelotti said. "This week he wasn't well so he won't be in the squad tomorrow but only for this reason. He has a future here and we are working on him every day."

  18. Redmond in contention for Saints

    Southampton v West Brom (Sun, 12:00 BST)


    Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl says Nathan Redmond could feature against West Brom on Sunday after recovering from an ankle problem, meaning the Saints will be at full strength.

    "Nathan Redmond is back in training. He is an option for the weekend, it looks good." he said.

    "The rest are okay, we've had some positive sessions this week. Some good time to work and the guys are fit."

    Nathan Redmond at Southampton training
  19. BreakingKilmarnock match off after Covid outbreak

    Kilmarnock's Premiership match with Motherwell has been called off with the home side's entire squad "advised" to self-isolate for 14 days.

    The game at Rugby Park was due to take place later on Friday but all home players have been told to stay away.

    It follows Kilmarnock confirming a further three Covid-19 cases late on Thursday after three positive tests earlier in the week.

    More on this breaking story here.

  20. Calvert-Lewin is 'a complete striker' - Ancelotti

    Everton v Brighton (Sat, 15:00 BST)

    Alistair Magowan

    BBC Sport

    Carlo Ancelotti says of Dominic Calvert-Lewin's first England call-up: "It’s a great achievement for him, I said congratulations to him for the first appearance in the national team and I hope it’s not the last.

    "It depends on him and he's doing really well. He needs to have consistency because he is young, but he is the right way to have consistency."

    "He is a complete striker."