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Liverpool v Arsenal: Premier League – live!
Minute-by-minute report: Join Jacob Steinberg as Arsenal seek to avenge last season’s 5-1 loss and add to Liverpool’s disastrous first half of the season
Wij zijn Milaan, wij moeten meer doen – Inzaghi.
Newcastle United v Sunderland: Premier League – live!
Minute-by-minute report: Join Daniel Harris for rolling coverage of the Tyne-Wear derby, with Sunderland chasing a fourth straight win against Newcastle
Real will continue to break records - Bauza
We needed to be more creative - Garcia
Ancelotti hails 'unforgettable year' for Real Madrid
Real Madrid 2-0 San Lorenzo
PSV 5-0 Go Ahead Eagles
Arsène Wenger may well spend heavily for Arsenal in transfer market
Arsène Wenger has insisted he may well be buying players for Arsenal in the January transfer window and that he has ample funds to do so
Lessons learned put Arsenal on course for revenge over Liverpool at Anfield
Confident victories followed heavy defeats for Arsène Wenger’s side which he believes proves his squad is in good shape to take on a shaky Liverpool
Scottish roundup: John Sutton strike earns Motherwell win at St Mirren
Callum Paterson scored for Hearts in the 2-0 win over Alloa in the Scottish Championship and Martin Canning scored the winner as Hamilton ended their run of five successive away defeats
Watford’s Almen Abdi hands Reading’s Steve Clarke first game defeat
Reading were left feeling frustrated after Almen Abdi struck 20 minutes from time to give Watford a 1-0 victory at the Madejski Stadium
West Ham United sink Leicester thanks to superb Carroll and Downing
Excellent goals, one in each half, from Andy Carroll and Stewart Downing gave West Ham United a 2-0 win against Leicester City
Manuel Pellegrini says Manchester City are hitting form at right time
The Manchester City manager, Manuel Pellegrini, has hailed his team’s recent good form and said the Christmas period will be crucial to their title hopes
Manchester City’s David Silva ends Crystal Palace’s resistance
Manchester City are behind Chelsea only on goal difference, though have played a game more, after beating Crystal Palace 3-0
A-League: Sydney 0-2 Wellington Phoenix
Hartlepool confirm they do not intend to sign convicted rapist Ched Evans
Hartlepool have confirmed that they will not be signing convicted rapist Ched Evans
How the Guardian ranked the 2014 world's top 100 footballers
Hernán Crespo, Gilberto Silva, Slaven Bilic and Dietmar Hamann headed a panel of 73 judges from 28 nations as we compiled our latest list of the globe’s greatest players
We are Milan, we need to do better - Inzaghi
PSG thinking too far ahead - Cavani
Saturday Sundae: Jumpers at Bradford, but not for goalposts
Paul Merson gets a prediction wrong in a way that only he could, while Salisbury say goodbye to those crazy City ways
Ronaldo snubs Platini at CWC presentation
José Mourinho hopes for a strong referee at Chelsea’s meeting with Stoke
José Mourinho has called for a strong performance from the referee Neil Swarbrick as he takes his Chelsea team to Stoke on Monday
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers rallies to defence of Arsène Wenger
Brendan Rodgers said the abuse Arsène Wenger has received this season has been ‘really poor’ and praised his own team for adapting to tactical changes
Football League: your thoughts
Ian McCourt: Ipswich continue their climb up the table, Crewe pull off a shock win over Bristol City and Hartlepool’s Ronnie Moore could make a controversial move for Ched Evans
Real Madrid 2-0 San Lorenzo: Club World Cup - as it happened
Goals from Sergio Ramos and Gareth Bale were enough to secure the Club World Cup, beating San Lorenzo 2-0 in Marrakesh
Manchester United’s Radamel Falcao scores to save point at Aston Villa
Manchester United’s six-match winning streak ended with a 1-1 draw at Aston Villa, where Christian Benteke opened the scoring
Tottenham Hotspur’s Érik Lamela ends his wait in style to sink Burnley
Érik Lamela scored his first Premier League goal with a brilliant long-range strike as Tottenham beat Burnley 2-1 at White Hart Lane
QPR repel West Bromwich Albion with Charlie Austin hat-trick
QPR fought back from an early deficit to defeat West Bromwich Albion 3-2 at Loftus Road thanks to three goals from Charlie Austin
Football clockwatch: Premier League - as it happened
Manchester United could only draw at Aston Villa, Southampton arrested their slump while West Ham consolidated their top four spot
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