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11:52 AM Paris St Germain register an emotional victory in their first home game since the November 13 terror attacks on their city.
11:43 AM A Neymar double, a spectacular volley from Luis Suarez and a goal for Lionel Messi saw top of the table Barcelona's unstoppable strike force sweep aside Real Sociedad 4-0 in La Liga on Saturday.
Declan Warrington 11:36 AM Eddie Howe refused to head straight into birthday celebrations despite Bournemouth's dramatic 3-3 draw with Everton providing fresh belief they can survive in the Premier League.
Damian Spellman 11:25 AM Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce has warned his players they are still in a Barclays Premier League relegation battle despite collecting six points in as many days.
Nick Purewal 10:07 AM Steve McClaren will haul his embattled Newcastle squad in for an extra training session on Sunday following their humiliating defeat at Crystal Palace.
Sean Taylor 8:54 AM Troy Deeney piled on the misery for his boyhood club Aston Villa with the decisive goal in Watford's 3-2 win at Villa Park.
Andy Hampson 8:38 AM Manuel Pellegrini played down Sergio Aguero's latest injury after the striker limped out of Manchester City's defeat of Southampton.
7:50 AM Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy has set a new English Premier League record after scoring during his team's 1-1 draw with Manchester United.
12:18 AM Keep up to date with all the EPL scores from the overnight action.
Robert Dillon 8:57 PM It wasn't the home-ground win they craved, but the Newcastle Jets are entitled to claim a moral victory after holding A-League leaders Brisbane to a 1-1 draw at Hunter Stadium on Saturday.
Emma Kemp 5:13 PM Nikolai Topor-Stanley will never forget the last time Western Sydney beat Central Coast in Gosford, because it was the very moment he realised just how remarkable a journey he was on.
Jason Burt A cancelled press conference before Bayern's match against Hertha has renewed claims that a move is all but certain.
Matt Law Jose Mourinho is at it again, niggling Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino in the lead-up to the teams' clash at White Hart Lane.
Leaping Larry The threat of Melbourne Victory and Western Sydney Wanderers supporter groups to walk out during this weekend's matches as a protest to the A-League's treatment of fans – and rather more specifically banned ones – evokes a number of major issues.
Lee Gaskin Former A-League4Canberra bid chief Ivan Slavich says he would be hesitant to deal with Football Federation Australia again unless it drastically changes its views on A-League expansion.