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Mark Chapman is joined by Martin Keown and Mark Lawrenson for this week's Match of the Day 3, as they trio look back at the weekend's Premier League results.
Blackburn defender Grant Hanley withdraws from the squad after Leigh Griffiths replaces Robert Snodgrass.
Joe Ledley says he is part of the best team Wales are ever likely to have at their disposal ahead of the Euro 2016 qualifiers.
Norwich boss Chris Hughton says his team must respond to Sunday's "hammer blow" defeat by Aston Villa with victory over Stoke.
Former Arsenal and England defender Sol Campbell believes he could have captained England for 10 years if he had been white instead of black.
Which player has our football expert Garth Crooks likened to Manchester United great George Best in his Team of the Week?
Juventus close in on a third successive Italian league title as victory at AC Milan puts them 11 points clear at the top.
Edinson Cavani scores on his return from injury as Ligue 1 leaders Paris St-Germain ease to victory over Marseille.
The Capital One Cup was not top of Man City's priorities - but winning it was vital for Manuel Pellegrini, writes Phil McNulty
Lionel Messi scores a sublime goal as Barcelona overcome lowly Almeria to reclaim second spot in La Liga.
Yaya Toure scores a brilliant goal as Man City come from behind to defeat Sunderland 3-1 in the League Cup final.
Cardiff boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says a meeting with owner Vincent Tan can inspire his side to Premier League safety.
Manuel Pellegrini hopes Manchester City's Capital One Cup final win can help inspire them to a historic domestic treble.
Former England defender Sol Campbell makes an allegation that he was denied the national captaincy on racial grounds.
Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis says winger Jerome Thomas and striker Marouane Chamakh will be fined for diving.
Chris Hughton says a "mad 15 minutes", during which they conceded four goals, cost Norwich in their 4-1 loss to Aston Villa.
Swansea manager Garry Monk says referee Mike Dean should not have awarded Crystal Palace a late penalty.
A late Glenn Murray penalty rescues an unlikely draw for Crystal Palace against fellow Premier League strugglers Swansea.
Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis admits he is "delighted" his side were awarded a late penalty, which Glenn Murray scored to give the Eagles a 1-1 draw at Swansea.
Swansea City interim manager Garry Monk says referee Mike Dean was wrong to award a late penalty to Crystal Palace in their 1-1 draw at the Liberty Stadium.