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Live Reporting

Jonathan Jurejko

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye!

    Unfortunately, the BBC Sport referee has just blown the final whistle. It's all over.

    Thanks for your company over the past few hours and remember to stay across our Sport homepage for all the latest news.

    And then, from about 17:00 GMT, our footy team will be here to talk you through Brighton v West Brom followed by Burnley v Tottenham.

    Enjoy the rest of your Monday! Sithee later.

  2. Get involved - your favourite PL hat-trick

    #bbcfootball

    Danny Morgan: Callum Wilson against West Ham in August 2015. Not just Bournemouth's first ever Premier League victory, but their first goals as well.

    falsePaul Wickes (Gooner): Bergkamp’s hat trick against Leicester in 1997 is up there, but Chelsea 2 Kanu 3 is my all time favourite!

  3. Early team news

    Burnley v Tottenham (20:00 GMT)

    Tottenham players training before Burnley match

    Burnley defender Phil Bardsley is self-isolating after testing positive for coronavirus.

    Centre-back Ben Mee is back in training but not yet ready to feature, while left-back Erik Pieters is a doubt with a calf problem. Keeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell and midfielder Jack Cork are out.

    Tottenham head coach Jose Mourinho will restore his first-team regulars after resting them for the Europa League.

    Defender Eric Dier faces a fitness test on the hamstring injury that has caused him to miss their last two matches.

  4. Early team news - Dunk suspended, Field injured

    Brighton v West Brom (17:30 GMT)

    Lewis Dunk gets a red card

    Brighton are without captain Lewis Dunk, who begins a three-game ban, but former England striker Danny Welbeck could make his debut after joining last weekend.

    Winger Alireza Jahanbakhsh is doubtful with a hamstring problem, while midfielder Davy Propper might come back into contention after recovering from an Achilles injury.

    West Brom midfielder Sam Field will be out for at least four weeks after twisting his knee.

    Forward Hal Robson-Kanu is still sidelined by a broken wrist.

  5. Monday's fixtures

    The weekend might be done and dusted for you, but it isn't quite over for the Premier League.

    There are two more fixtures tonight!

    I'd imagine a fair few fantasy football managers might be looking for some big returns tonight.

    So let's have a look at the early team news...

  6. Get involved - your favourite hat-tricks

    #bbcfootball

    Richard Chatterton: Brian Deane v Ipswich, Jan 1993, first and last Blade to score three in a Premier League game.

    Paul Atkinson: Andrei Arshavin's four against Liverpool - even he looked amazed. And Kanu at Stamford Bridge - brilliant.

    Craig Johnston: Best I've seen in person is Gareth Bale versus Inter in the San Siro.

  7. Silva still got the magic

    David Silva playing for new club Real Sociedad

    A story to get Manchester City fans all misty-eyed. Blues legend David Silva still doing what he does best.

    The 34-year-old created two goals for Real Sociedad as he inspired a 4-1 win over Huesca which lifted his new club to the top of the Spanish La Liga.

    Silva, who joined Sociedad on a free transfer after leaving Manchester City, set up second-half goals for Cristian Portu and Alexander Isak.

    Sociedad are a point clear of champions Real Madrid but Zinedine Zidane's side have a game in hand.

  8. Get involved - your favourite hat-tricks

    #bbcfootball

    Liam Colebourn:Not the fanciest hat-trick in the world, but Dirk Kuyt's against Man Utd in 2011 was very satisfying.

    Got to put your hands up for Dirk Kuyt.

  9. Post update

    What a game. What a goal. What a celebration!

  10. Get involved - your favourite hat-tricks

    #bbcfootball

    Brad Chuck: Rivaldo. Barcelona needed to beat Valencia in 2001 season to qualify for the Champions League. With two mins to go, he scores his third with audacious bicycle kick from edge of area to win the game. Can't get better for your hat-trick goal to be a worldy and a winner.

    Rivaldo takes off his shirt in celebration at scoring for Barcelona against Valencia in 2001
  11. Post update

    The insight on his former Manchester City team-mate Sturridge makes for an excellent column from Micah Richards.

    Highly recommend that you read the full piece here.

    Daniel Sturridge and Micah Richards after playing for Manchester City
  12. 'Sturridge does not deserve label as a problem player'

    Micah Richards

    Former Man City defender

    Daniel Sturridge is far too good a player to be out of the Premier League after only just turning 31 but, let's face it, the reason he is currently without a club has got nothing to do with his age, or his ability.

    It's not because of his injury history or wage demands, either - it's down to the label he's been given as being difficult, or a problem player.

    I have no idea where that perception has come from, but it is a reputation that is completely undeserved.

  13. Worth a gamble?

    Daniel Sturridge

    Between the past few entries and the images in the piece, you've probably got a dozen answers for the hat-tricks quiz.

    I'll tell you who isn't one... Daniel Sturridge.

    The former Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City striker is a free agent at the moment and his former team-mate Micah Richards has been talking about why he could prove to be a good signing for somebody.

    (Micah even reckons City should have a look...)

  14. Post update

    I'll start you off... and it was better than a hat-trick. Mark Viduka scoring four for Leeds United against Liverpool back in 2000.

    Incredible from the big Aussie. You know he runs a coffee shop in Zagreb now?

    Words can't espresso how weird I think that is.

  15. Get involved - favourite PL hat-trick?

    #bbcfootball

    That's got me thinking... what's your favourite Premier League hat-trick? And the best you've seen live?

    You know the drill. Tweet #bbcfootball.

  16. Can you name the multiple hat-trick scorers?

    And what makes that piece about Premier League even better is that there is a 20-minute quiz on the bottom.

    Lots of fun, gets the brain cells moving and ticks over the clock while you're working. Perfect.

    Head over here to read the piece and take the quiz at the end.

  17. Hat's magic

    Premier League hat-tricks

    And the reason I'm mentioning him now is to alert you to a piece we did over the weekend on Premier League hat-tricks.

    Such is the crazy, goal-packed nature of the 2020-21 season that even the remarkable feat of scoring three in a game is threatening to become routine.

    Patrick Bamford's treble at Aston Villa on Friday was the sixth scored in the first 49 Premier League games of this campaign - the earliest such a tally has been reached in the competition's history.

    Premier League hat-tricks
  18. Post update

    How has the time got to 10:12am and I've not even mentioned Patrick Bamford's hat-trick?

    The Leeds striker scored more goals this weekend than every entire Premier League team - apart from his own, of course.

    Not a myth.

    Patrick Bamford
  19. Why England players will not have to self-isolate

    Lionesses' trip to Germany cancelled

    Jo Currie

    BBC Sport women's sport reporter

    Unlike Aston Villa, who had two Women's Super League games postponed after a first-team squad member tested positive for coronavirus, England's players will not have to self-isolate.

    That is because the England member of staff did not come into within two metres of the players at any time and wore a mask at all times, sticking to the protocols put in place and not putting players at risk.

    All players have returned negative tests and are free to return to their clubs. It would be up to their clubs if they isolate or not - but bearing in mind Manchester City had 11 players in the squad and they have the FA Cup final next Sunday, it's very unlikely.

  20. 'This was the right course of action'

    England's trip to Germany cancelled

    In case you missed this yesterday... England women's team will have to wait a little longer for their first match since March.

    That is because Tuesday's friendly with two-time world champions Germany has been cancelled after a member of the team's backroom staff tested positive for coronavirus.

    The Football Association has taken the decision as a precautionary measure.

    "While we all wanted to play Tuesday's game, this was absolutely the right course of action," said England head coach Phil Neville.

    Neville's side are next set to play Norway at Sheffield United's Bramall Lane in a friendly on 1 December.

    The Lionesses team before a match last year