Leicester are confident their final three Premier League home games will go ahead despite the city’s local lockdown.
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.
Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti feels there is still enough time to agree a new contract with veteran left-back Leighton Baines for next season.
David Moyes says he wants to build new history at West Ham but knows first he must keep them in the Premier League.
Daniel Farke admits bottom club Norwich must win five of their seven remaining games to stand a chance of pulling off a remarkable Premier League great escape.
The Premier League is waiting to hear whether Leicester will be able to play at home this weekend or for the foreseeable future after the city was placed under tougher restrictions due to a spike in coronavirus cases.
Ben Mee marked his 300th league appearance for Burnley with the winner at Crystal Palace to continue to lead from the front for the Clarets.
Former Dundee United manager Craig Levein suspects Malky Mackay will never shake off his past.
Watford forward Andre Gray has apologised after a breach of lockdown rules led to him being dropped at the weekend.
Brendan Rodgers feels Leicester are flexible enough to react should they be subjected to stricter local lockdown measures.
Watford goalkeeper Ben Foster wants his side to recover the form they had after Nigel Pearson’s arrival in December as they battle for Premier League survival.
The race for the Premier League’s Golden Boot is hotting up after Southampton’s Danny Ings struck twice against Watford on Sunday to move within one of leader Jamie Vardy.
Southampton boss Ralph Hasenhuttl has backed Danny Ings to compete for the Premier League golden boot after his double inspired his side’s emphatic 3-1 win at struggling Watford.
Holders Manchester City will play Arsenal in the FA Cup semi-finals if they can overcome Newcastle at St James’ Park.
Danny Ings struck twice as Southampton rebounded from their lacklustre performance against Arsenal with a comfortable 3-1 win at struggling Watford.
Sean Dyche is confident his threadbare Burnley squad has the mentality to cope with any more challenges in the remainder of the season.
Leander Dendoncker maintained Wolves’ Champions League charge and plunged Aston Villa deeper into relegation trouble.
Watford manager Nigel Pearson believes his side can beat anybody at their best and wants February’s victory over Liverpool to be the benchmark.
Brendan Rodgers believes history is there to be made as Leicester target FA Cup glory.
Sean Dyche has warned that Burnley can no longer expect to thrive on bargain-basement signings as he again sent a message to the club’s board that further investment is needed at Turf Moor.