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Brighton 3-2 Manchester United: Jose Mourinho must right body-language issues
Manchester United showed a lack of intent in defeat at Brighton and the body language of Jose Mourinho's players is concerning, says Danny Murphy.
These two are in, but who else makes Garth Crooks' team of the week?
Who needs to go back to the drawing board? Who was 'frighteningly' poor? Find out in Garth Crooks' team of the week and pick your own.
Newcastle's Kenedy avoids retrospective ban
Newcastle's on-loan midfielder Kenedy avoids a retrospective three-game ban for kicking out at Cardiff's Victor Camarasa.
Ronaldo feels he can progress at Juventus and so do I - Aluko
Eniola Aluko tells BBC Sport she wants to help Juventus to the top of the women's game while becoming fluent in Italian.
Premier League stats: Man City, Aguero, Cardiff, Tottenham, Chelsea
Manchester City score six but still fall way short of another record, while a keeper is close to a unique hat-trick - the weekend's key Premier League stats.
Crystal Palace v Liverpool: Can Eagles upset Jurgen Klopp's side again?
Crystal Palace have been a thorn in Liverpool's side in recent years, but can they upset the odds again on Monday night?
Spurs' first Champions League home game to be at Wembley
Tottenham will play their first home Champions League match this season at Wembley as a result of the delay to their new ground opening.
Miller leaves Livingston after seven weeks as manager
Kenny Miller's tenure as Livingston player-manager is over after an "amicable" parting, the club says.
Burnley's 'greatest ever player' McIlroy dies aged 86
Former Northern Ireland forward Jimmy McIlroy, described by Burnley as their "greatest ever player", dies at the age of 86.
Norwich's designs on success... paint the away dressing room pink
After Norwich City paint their away dressing room pink, BBC Sport explores what effect it could have on their opponents.