Dominant Huddersfield grabbed a huge survival lifeline after an impressive 3-0 win at Birmingham.
Arsenal captain Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang returned to goalscoring form as he was gifted a brace by a Norwich side seemingly certain for Premier League relegation.
The judge presiding over Hearts and Partick Thistle’s battle to avoid relegation is considering motions to terminate or suspend the case so it can go to arbitration.
Steve McClaren will not pursue the chance to become Dundee United head coach, the PA news agency understands.
Mohamed Salah has picked captain Jordan Henderson as his Liverpool player of the year.
Pep Guardiola admits he could not stand in Leroy Sane’s way as the winger nears a move to Bayern Munich from Manchester City.
Former Wigan owner Dave Whelan says he will see if he can do anything to help the club after they were put in administration.
Peter Hartley captained Motherwell to third place in the Scottish Premiership but fears he has been “out of sight, out in mind” in England.
Liverpool play their first game as Premier League champions when they visit Manchester City – the side they have dethroned.
The Sky Bet League One play-offs take centre stage on Friday evening as Portsmouth face Oxford and Fleetwood host Wycombe.
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Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta insists Mesut Ozil’s club-record wage packet is never taken into consideration when it comes to picking his team.
Steve Bruce has vowed to carry on regardless as the hunger for a decision over Newcastle’s proposed takeover grows by the day.
Bruno Fernandes continued his fine start to life at Manchester United as he hit a brace in a comfortable Premier League win at Brighton.
Barnsley boss Gerhard Struber admits the restart to the Championship season could not have gone better for his side after they beat Blackburn 2-0.
Roma have announced Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s loan from Arsenal has been extended until the end of the season.
Millwall manager Gary Rowett has not given up hope of reaching the Sky Bet Championship play-offs but admits his team are missing the support of the home fans at the Den.
Cardiff and Charlton saw their 100 per cent records since football returned come to an end as the two Sky Bet Championship sides shared a goalless draw in the Welsh capital.
Aberdeen have made provisional plans to play friendlies against Scottish Premiership rivals after taking another step towards normality.
Millwall and Swansea’s Sky Bet Championship play-off bids both took a further hit after the pair played out a 1-1 draw at the Den on Tuesday.