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Live Reporting

Mantej Mann

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    That's all from us for now - thanks for joining our coverage!

    We'll be back later with a Premier League double header as West Brom host Southampton (18:00 BST), before Everton travel to Brighton (20:15).

    We'll have live text commentary of both games here.

    Until then...

  2. Happy listening!

    Brighton v Everton (20:15 BST)

    BBC Radio 5 Live

    Remember you can listen to live commentary of tonight's Premier League game between Brighton and Everton from 20:15 BST over on BBC Radio 5 Live!

  3. 'Nikita Parris is a leader'

    England women v Canada (Tues, 19:15 BST)

    Emma Sanders

    BBC Sport reporter

    England interim boss Hege Riise on Nikita Parris: “It’s good to have her. She has been in the squad for a long time. It was good for us to see her passion in the game.

    "It will always be a lot of emotions. She is a leader. It will be good for us going forward to see the next game and to get to know her.”

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    Sean Turner: Southgate has already stated his desire for tournament experience in his squad and Lingard had a decent campaign for him in Russia. If he maintains his form and fitness I don't think you can look past him for a place in the first 11 for England this summer.

  5. 'Important to see all of the players'

    England women v Canada (Tues, 19:15 BST)

    Asked if she would make changes from the side that lost against France, England interim manager Hege Riise said: "It is important for us to see all the players in these two games and that is the reason we will change.

    "We want to see players in different positions and hopefully we will see most of the squad."

  6. 'Detail we need to improve on'

    England women v Canada (Tues, 19:15 BST)

    England women lost 3-1 against France on Friday, but interim manager Hege Riise says her side are on a "good road" going forward.

    "It was almost 12 months since the last game, and this was the first tier one opposition we have faced," said Riise.

    "This game gave us some great answers in attack and also defence. Now we get to see players in the best way we can to see where we need to improve as a team.

    "There were parts of the France game that were excellent, we just need to finish our chances and that is the detail we need to improve on."

  7. Bronze remains a doubt

    England women v Canada (Tues, 19:15 BST)

    Emma Sanders

    BBC Sport reporter

    Hege Riise's spoken to the broadcast media and is now in an embargoed section for written press.

    She told us Lucy Bronze is still a doubt for tomorrow's game with Canada due to suffering a "minor injury" but she is "doing better" after spending the weekend at St George's Park.

    Manchester City defender Demi Stokes could be available after joining in training yesterday.

    Riise says it will be a very different starting XI to the one who faced France. She wants to see as many players as possible ahead of Team GB Olympic selection.

  8. Tune in!

    England women v Canada (Tues, 19:15 BST)

    BBC Four

    We'll have updates from England interim manager Hege Riise shortly, so stay tuned for updates...

    Remember, you can also watch the Lionesses friendly live on BBC Four and online from 19:00 BST.

    Live commentary will also be available on Radio 5 Live Sports Extra from 19:00 BST, as well as coverage on the BBC Sport website.

  9. England's Riise in front of media

    England women v Canada (Tues, 19:15 BST)

    Emma Sanders

    BBC Sport reporter

    England interim manager Hege Riise and Arsenal defender Leah Williamson will speak to the media shortly ahead of their international friendly with Canada tomorrow.

    It follows their 3-1 defeat to France on Friday - which was the first time the Lionesses have faced a side ranked in the top 10 since March 2020.

    We'll be looking to get the latest on Lucy Bronze's availability and reaction to that defeat to France.

  10. Early team news from the Amex

    Brighton v Everton (20:15 BST)

    Brighton defenders Dan Burn and Adam Webster have returned to training following respective hamstring and ankle issues.

    Forward Percy Tau could be available after a spell in quarantine, while Aaron Connolly remains doubtful with a foot injury.

    Everton midfielder Andre Gomes is out with a thigh injury, although Alex Iwobi and Allan should be available.

    Goalkeeper Jordan Pickford has trained this week but will not be risked.

    Read more here.

    James Rodriguez
  11. Early team news from the Hawthorns

    West Brom v Southampton (18:00 BST)

    West Brom defender Dara O'Shea is expected to overcome an ankle problem in time to face Southampton on Monday.

    However, Branislav Ivanovic faces an extended spell out because of a hamstring injury sustained against Chelsea last weekend.

    Kyle Walker-Peters, who has a leg injury, is Southampton's only new fitness concern but the full-back has not been ruled out.

    Oriol Romeu, Will Smallbone and Michael Obafemi are long-term absentees.

    Read more here.

  12. Post update

    There are still two games remaining this evening, so stay tuned for the early team news from both of those...

  13. Get Involved

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    SMS Message: All this vitriol toward Son for going down to a flick of the face, Ole selectively overlooking Rashford doing the exact same just minutes earlier to gain a free kick just outside the box. All as bad as each other. from Ade
  14. 'Two soft moments defensively'

    Burnley 1-2 Newcastle


    Burnley boss Sean Dyche said his side showed dominance against Newcastle but were left to rue their missed chances.

    Let's hear from him now...

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    Video caption: Sean Dyche notes the difference in spending between his side & opponents Newcastle United
  15. 'A huge victory'

    Burnley 1-2 Newcastle

    Newcastle United

    Time to hear from Newcastle boss Steve Bruce, who says there is "still a long way to go" despite his side's "huge" comeback win at Burnley.

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    Video caption: Steve Bruce praises the impact of Callum Wilson and Allan Saint-Maximin
  16. Saint-Maximin shines in vital win for Magpies

    Burnley 1-2 Newcastle

    Newcastle came from a goal down to beat Burnley to claim a huge win over Burnley.

    Matej Vydra had given the hosts the lead at half-time but Allan Saint-Maximin came off the bench to assist Jacob Murphy for the equaliser and then getting his side's winner.

    It was an inspired performance from Saint-Maximin who scored his third goal of the season in a much-needed victory, which lifts Newcastle six points clear of the relegation zone.

    More from the game here.

    Allan Saint-Maximin
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    Sid: I wonder what Rashford would make of Ole not feeding his son?

  18. 'We'll keep fighting and pushing to get more points'

    Sheffield United 0-3 Arsenal

    Sheffield United

    Sheffield United interim boss Paul Heckingbottom was disappointed with his team's defeat but says they "will keep pushing for more points before the end of the season".

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    Video caption: Sheff Utd 0-3 Arsenal: Sheffield lacked control in 'disappointing' defeat - Heckingbottom
  19. 'A really strong performance'

    Sheffield United 0-3 Arsenal


    Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta was happy with his side's showing against Sheffield United and keeping a clean sheet.

    Their focus now turns to Thursday's Europa League quarter-final second-leg against Slavia Prague which is currently 1-1 on aggregate.

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    Video caption: Sheff Utd 0-3 Arsenal: Arteta praises 'really strong performance' from Gunners