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Live Reporting

Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye!

    Marcelo Bielsa

    Time for me to wave farewell, but don't worry he'll be back later.

    Before Marcelo Bielsa's Leeds side take on Wolves at Elland Road, we will also have live text and radio coverage of West Brom's home game against Burnley starting about 17:00 BST.

    That's for the price of your licence fee if you don't fancy paying £14.95.

    Sithee later!

  2. Herrera praise for Pogba

    PSG v Man Utd (Tues, 20:00BST)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Ander Herrera had lots of praise for former Manchester United team-mate Paul Pogba.

    Not everyone agrees but Herrera thinks Pogba is a potential Ballon D'Or winner.

    "Paul has got everything," he said. "There is no other like him, One on one, box to box, he has everything to win the Ballon D'Or if his club fights for the major trophies."

    IF. They haven't done that for a while.

  3. Man Utd are progressing - Herrera

    PSG v Man Utd (Tues, 20:00BST)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Former Manchester United midfielder Ander Herrera has just been assessing the merits of his old club.

    He can see progress.

    "It is not easy to compare with the time Sir Alex Ferguson was there. Not fair for the players or managers who have come after. He was the most successful manager of all-time.

    "Manchester United is the biggest club in UK but we have to be fair with the situation.

    "The club has not to forget the past because memories are great but this is a new situation. They are progressing. They have signed the right players. I don’t think they are going backwards. They are going forwards."

  4. Lawro's prediction

    Leeds United v Wolves (20:00 BST)

    Wolves have been a bit up and down so far and this will be another tough test for them.

    Leeds were impressive again in their draw with Manchester City, and their attacking outlook is going to win them a lot of fans.

    Prediction: 2-1

    Lawro's full predictions v Afrobeat star Rema

    Mark Lawrenson's predictions
  5. Early team news

    Leeds United v Wolves (20:00 BST)

    Deadline day signing Raphinha could make his Leeds debut, while Pablo Hernandez hopes to be involved for the first time since the opening weekend.

    Captain Liam Cooper is a doubt because of a groin injury and fellow defender Diego Llorente is out with a similar problem.

    Wolves summer signing Fernando Marcal has recovered from a calf problem and is expected to play.

    Fellow wing-back Jonny Otto is the only definite absentee for Nuno Espirito Santo's side.

  6. Post update

    Leeds United v Wolves (20:00 BST)

    While West Brom and Fulham have struggled in the early days since coming up, Leeds have taken to Premier League like ducks to water.

    Quite apt seeing as they earned an excellent point against Manchester City in the pouring Yorkshire rain before the international break.

    A win at Elland Road tonight will lift Marcelo Bielsa's men into the top four...

    Premier League table
  7. Post update

    One final thing to cover off before this page disappears for the day... the match which will be the final Premier League game of the weekend (I know it's Monday and the start of week, but you get me).

  8. Post update

    PSG v Man Utd (Tues, 20:00 BST)

    Former PSG striker Edinson Cavani started training with Manchester United over the weekend after his deadline day move.

    Edinson Cavani training for Manchester United
  9. Cavani lives for scoring goals - Tuchel

    PSG v Man Utd (Tues, 20:00 BST)

    More from Thomas Tuchel on Edinson Cavani, who could make his Manchester United debut against his former club.

    "He has a great personality, very polite, a bit shy and a hard worker," Tuchel said of the Uruguayan striker.

    "He will be there every training first minute until last, every game first minute to last. You can rely on him.

    "He lives for goals and scoring and is one of the best number nines in world football.

    "If you play for so long at a club like ours and have a connection with fans you must have a great personality.

    "Hopefully he will show that from Wednesday on to convince all of you. Tomorrow it is not necessary to prove me right."

  10. 'Man Utd one of the best teams in transition'

    PSG v Man Utd (Tues, 20:00 BST)

    Paris St-Germain manager Thomas Tuchel says Manchester United have "changed a lot" since the teams last met in the 2019 Champions League last 16.

    "They have new players, more options, more experience," says the German.

    "Pogba is a key player. He is one of the best midfielders in the world. Fernandes has a lot of assists. He is delivering a lot to the really fast players.

    "They are one of the best teams in transition. We need to keep the ball and impose our own game on them and prevent the counter-attack."

  11. Injury worries for PSG

    PSG v Man Utd (Tues, 20:00 BST)

    Paris St-Germain head coach Thomas Tuchel has a few injury concerns of his own going into tomorrow's visit of Manchester United.

    The German is expecting Marquinhos and Julian Draxler to train and hopes they will be fit to play. However, Marco Verratti and Leandro Paredes will definitely miss the match.

  12. Atletico's Costa out of Bayern clash

    Bayern Munich v Atletico Madrid (Wed, 20:00 BST)

    Some injury news from the Atletico Madrid camp.

    The Spanish side will be without striker Diego Costa for their Champions League trip to Bayern Munich on Wednesday.

    Costa has suffered a muscle injury in the left thigh and is undergoing treatment. No word on how long the former Chelsea man will be out for.

  13. Tuchel - 'Not PSG v Edi'

    PSG v Man Utd (Tues, 20:00BST)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    PSG manager Thomas Tuchel has been talking about the return of Edinson Cavani in the Manchester United squad tomorrow.

    Cavani left PSG in June after his contract expired.

    "He is part of our history," said Tuchel.

    "He is a great player. It is not PSG v Edi but we will be on the watch for him because he can make a difference."

  14. Post update

    Hmmm. I wonder what the "issue" has been narrowed down to? Doesn't sound like a vote of confidence in Kepa to me...

  15. 'We've conceded the second least shots'

    Chelsea v Sevilla (Tues, 20:00 BST)


    Journalist: "How concerned with the number of goals you’re conceding?"

    Lampard: "I keep talking about the need for work and how things can take time. We're playing with new players and it's understandable to have moments where I talk about game management.

    "It has to be worked on with time. It's a lesson to be learnt in time.

    "I'm aware of the stats and the other stat is we've conceded the second least shots. It helps to narrow down the issue. It's something we're aware with recruitment and on the pitch with the players to make sure we set up well.

    "We want to concede less, as do all teams at the moment."

  16. Old friends

    PSG v Man Utd (Tues, 20:00BST)

    Simon Stone

    BBC Sport

    Manchester United return to the scene of possibly Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's greatest night as a manager when they play Paris St Germain in the Champions League group stage tomorrow.

    In the 2019 last-16 clash, United recovered from a 2-0 first-leg deficit to go through, with Marcus Rashford scoring an injury-time penalty to seal a 3-1 win.

    Ander Herrera has since moved from United to PSG and he will be facing the media shortly, along with manager Thomas Tuchel.

    PSG were beaten finalists last season - as close as they have come to winning the trophy since the massive Qatari investment changed their fortunes.

    Semi-finalists RB Leipzig are also in this group - so it is by no means certain United will advance.

  17. Post update

    PSG v Man Utd (Tues, 20:00 BST)

    Two for the price of one! While Lampard continues to answer questions, Paris St-Germain boss Thomas Tuchel is also talking to the media before his side's match against Manchester United.

    We will also have a few updates from Paris.

  18. 'Concentration, focus and discipline even more important in Champions League'

    Chelsea v Sevilla (Tues, 20:00 BST)


    Journalist: "You've said many times how football at the top level is about fine margins, what did last season's Champions League tell your players about those margins? And does the situation, playing behind closed doors, blur those margins at all?"

    Lampard: "We lost to Bayern Munich without a fine margin to be fair! But when you talk about details in games I remember the first leg very well, we didn't play particularly well in the first half but had opportunities to score and then in the second half they scored goals very quickly and made the tie difficult for us.

    "I mentioned before about concentration, focus and discipline and that becomes even more important here than other competitions because of the level of Champions League. That's what I would always make very clear to the players going into a match against someone of the quality of Sevilla.

    "Something is changing in terms of number of goals, I think the lack of fans is a contributing one but to what degree it is blurring those fine margins I don't have the answer."

  19. 'Champions League a great platform to learn'

    Chelsea v Sevilla (Tues, 20:00 BST)


    Journalist: How much did you learn from last year's Champions League and what in particular do you take away from that experience this time around?

    Lampard: "It is a great platform to learn because you're playing against the best, we played against the best in Bayern Munich and shows you the quality levels.

    "We were a young team last year, working a lot to improve, and the Bayern game was a great marker for the young players in the squad to realise the levels that need to be attained. I remember having that myself as a young player.

    "Getting through the group was also difficult for us, having lost the first game so we had to show a lot of discipline and focus to get through hard matches at Ajax and Lille so hopefully there have been lot of lessons learned from that period."

  20. 'We can't worry about the short pre-season'

    Chelsea v Sevilla (Tues, 20:00 BST)


    Journalist: "With the lack of pre-season and opportunity to work with a new-look squad, when will you be satisfied with the work you've done. And do you say to the players 'it has hampered us but we don't dwell on that?'"

    Lampard: "I don't understand the first part of the question because I'm not sure when you'd say you're satisfied with anything in football. You're always searching for improvement.

    "In terms of how I communicate with the players, no way that I talk about anything but the need to work and improve daily. Every training session and meeting is to get better.

    "We've not had that pre-season but nor have other teams. Maybe that might be why we're seeing the results we're seeing.

    "But we can't concern ourselves with that, we have to keep working on the relationships around the pitch. We will stay calm."