The Football Association is set to investigate claims from Mason Holgate he was racially abused following a clash with Roberto Firmino during Friday’s FA Cup Merseyside derby, The Goodison club made representations after the final whistle following the 40th-minute altercation in the Reds’ 2-1 Cup third round victory at Anfield on Friday. Referee Bobby Madley has included the incident
“Manchester United face Southampton in the Saturday evening match while Manchester City are at Crystal Palace on Sunday”
The festive football fixtures keep coming thick and fast, and the next gameweek takes place over Saturday and Sunday. Unusually neither Tottenham nor West Ham are in action, which may throw a
Carvalhal was dismissed by the Championship outfit on Christmas Eve after seeing his side lose to Middlesbrough just the day before at Hillsborough.
While the club’s board tried to stand by him, the former Besiktas coach and the club decided that a fresh approach was good for all parties.
Swansea have been without
Erik Pieters remains a major doubt with the injury that forced him off against West Ham last weekend.
The Dutch full-back missed the Potters’ home win over West Brom on Saturday.
Glen Johnson (knee) has been training and could be back involved but Bruno Martins Indi is still recovering from his groin injury
Sunderland 1-0 Fulham Better late than never! Sunderland finally claimed their first home victory of 2017 as 18-year-old Josh Maja’s goal was enough to see off Fulham. The much-maligned Black Cats were close to going a whole calendar year without winning in front of their fans, but an inspired doubled substitution from new boss Chris
The Chelsea winger has been in stunning form for the reigning Premier League champions this season, scoring eight goals and setting up another seven. But according to The Sun, the 26-year-old has reportedly turned down a new four-year deal at Stamford Bridge worth £300,000-a-week. The uncertainty around Hazard’s future has caught the attention of some
Everton’s Gylfi Sigurdsson piled the pressure on former manager Paul Clement with a brilliant strike in the 3-1 victory to leave Swansea rooted to the bottom of the Premier League. The Iceland international, who left the Swans in a £45million summer move, scored the vital second after Dominic Calvert-Lewin had cancelled out Leroy Fer’s opener