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The 2018 UEFA Champions League knockout stage is now underway with the giant football clubs of Europe competing to be named “Kings of Football” in 2018! Check out all the fixtures and results below, with links to buy legal, authentic Champions League tickets for upcoming fixtures in the Round of 16, Semi-finals, and 2018 Champions League Final. Several England Premier League clubs are still in the tournament competing for a spot in the semi-finals including EPL leaders Manchester City who are aiming for a historic quadruple, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Manchester United, and Liverpool. 

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2018 KNOCKOUT STAGE

Round of 16 first legs results

Juventus 2-2 Tottenham Hotspur
Basel 0-4 Manchester City
Porto 0-5 Liverpool
Real Madrid 3-1 Paris Saint Germain

20 FebruaryChelsea v Barcelona ticketsBayern Munich v Beşiktaş
21 February
Sevilla v Manchester United ticketsShakhtar v Roma

Round of 16 second legs tickets 

6 MarchLiverpool v Porto ticketsParis Saint Germain v Real Madrid 
7 March
Tottenham Hotspur v Juventus ticketsManchester City v Basel tickets
13 March
Manchester United v Sevilla ticketsRoma v Shakhtar
14 March
Barcelona v Chelsea ticketsBeşiktaş v Bayern Munich

Quarter-finals Draw (16 March)
Quarter-finals, first leg (3–4 April)
Quarter-finals, second leg (10–11 April)

Semi-finals and final

Draw (13 April)
Semi-finals, first leg (24–25 April)
Semi-finals, second leg (1–2 May)
Final, NSK Olimpiyski, Kyiv (26 May)

CHAMPIONS LEAGUE 2017-18 GROUP STAGE RESULTS

Matchday one

Group AManchester United 3-0 BaselBenfica 1-2 CSKA
Group B
Bayern 3-0 AnderlechtCeltic 0-5 Paris
Group C
Chelsea 6-0 QarabağRoma 0-0 Atlético
Group D
Barcelona 3-0 JuventusOlympiacos 2-3 Sporting CP
Group E
Liverpool 2-2 SevillaMaribor 1-1 Spartak Moskva 
Group F
Feyenoord 0-4 Manchester CityShakhtar 2-1 Napoli
Group G
Porto 1-3 BeşiktaşRB Leipzig 1-1 Monaco
Group H
Real Madrid 3-0 APOELTottenham 3-1 Dortmund

Matchday two

Group ABasel 5-0 BenficaCSKA 1-4 Manchester United
Group B
Paris 3-0 BayernAnderlecht 0-3 Celtic
Group C
Qarabağ 1-2 RomaAtlético Madrid 1-2 Chelsea
Group D
Sporting CP 0-1 BarcelonaJuventus 2-0 Olympiacos
Group E
Sevilla 3-0 MariborSpartak Moskva 1-1 Liverpool
Group F
Manchester City 2-0 ShakhtarNapoli 3-1 Feyenoord
Group G
Beşiktaş 2-0 RB LeipzigMonaco 0-3 Porto
Group H
Dortmund 1-3 Real MadridAPOEL 0-3 Tottenham Hotspur

Matchday three

Group ABenfica 0-1 Manchester UnitedCSKA Moskva 0-2 Basel
Group B
Bayern 3-0 CelticAnderlecht 0-4 Paris
Group C
Qarabağ 0-0 AtléticoChelsea 3-3 Roma
Group D
Barcelona 3-1 OlympiacosJuventus 2-1 Sporting CP 
Group E
Maribor 0-7 LiverpoolSpartak Moskva 5-1 Sevilla
Group F
Feyenoord 1-2 ShakhtarManchester City 2-1 Napoli
Group G
RB Leipzig 3-2 PortoMonaco 1-2 Beşiktaş
Group H
Real Madrid 1-1 TottenhamAPOEL 1-1 Dortmund

Matchday four

Group AManchester United 2-0 BenficaBasel 1-2 CSKA Moskva
Group B
Celtic 1-2 BayernParis 5-0 Anderlecht
Group C
Atlético 1-1 QarabağRoma 3-0 Chelsea
Group D
Olympiacos 0-0 BarcelonaSporting CP 1-1 Juventus
Group E
Liverpool 3-0 MariborSevilla 2-1 Spartak Moskva
Group F
Shakhtar 3-1 FeyenoordNapoli 2-4 Manchester City
Group G
Porto 3-1 RB LeipzigBeşiktaş 1-1 Monaco
Group H
Tottenham 3-1 Real MadridDortmund 1-1 APOEL

Matchday five

Group ABasel 1-0 Manchester UnitedCSKA 2-0 Benfica
Group B
Anderlecht 1-2 BayernParis 7-1 Celtic
Group C
Qarabağ 0-4 ChelseaAtlético 2-0 Roma
Group D
Juventus 0-0 BarcelonaSporting CP 3-1 Olympiacos
Group E
Spartak Moskva 1-1 MariborSevilla 3-3 Liverpool
Group F
Napoli 3-0 ShakhtarManchester City 1-0 Feyenoord
Group G
Beşiktaş 1-1 PortoMonaco 1-4 RB Leipzig

Group H: APOEL 0-4 Real Madrid, Dortmund 1-2 Tottenham

Matchday six

Group ABenfica 0-2 BaselManchester United 2-1 CSKA
Group B
Bayern 3-1 ParisCeltic 0-1 Anderlecht
Group C
Roma 1-0 QarabağChelsea 1-1 Atlético Madrid
Group D
Barcelona 2-0 Sporting CPOlympiacos 0-2 Juventus 
Group E
Maribor 1-1 SevillaLiverpool 7-0 Spartak Moskva
Group F
Shakhtar 2-1 Manchester CityFeyenoord 2-1 Napoli
Group G
Leipzig 1-2 BeşiktaşPorto 5-2 Monaco
Group H
Real Madrid 3-2 DortmundTottenham 3-0 APOEL

JOSE MOURINHO, MANCHESTER UNITED MANAGER

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Jose Mourinho, Manager of Manchester United at Premier League match between Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United at Wembley Stadium on January 31, 2018 in London, England.

JOSE MOURINHO, MANCHESTER UNITED MANAGER

Premier League Big Six Managers - All about Jose Mourinho

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has extended his contract with his club. Mourinho has reached 100 games as Manchester United manager. Here is a look at his record to date, how it compares to previous Red Devils managers, his top signings, and his performance, along with a collection of portraits, and with links to buy Man United football tickets for upcoming matches in the England Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup, and Champions League.

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Jose Mourinho, boss Manchester United

Manchester United update 

Premier League: Finishing sixth in the Premier League last season cost United a spot in the prestigious Champions League. However, Mourinho refocused and United won the Europa League to get back into the Champions League. They are at least mounting a challenge this season, but Mourinho will not class his time at Old Trafford as a success until he has won the title. It already looks like he will have to wait until next season at the earliest.

Champions League: Mourinho's record in the Champions League with United stands at five wins from six games. It guaranteed smooth progress into the knockout rounds, and after drawing Sevilla in the round-of-16, they will expect to make into the quarterfinals. Anything beyond that will be a success for a United team who didn't even qualify in two of the previous three seasons.

Europa League: United made a slow start to last season's Europa League, losing two of their first four games. But once Mourinho realized it was the best hope of making it back into the Champions League, United looked destined to win it. They got a scare against Celta Vigo in the semifinals, particularly the second leg at Old Trafford, but Ajax hardly got a kick in the final.

FA Cup: Mourinho took the FA Cup seriously last season when he didn't need the hassle of extra games. He picked a strong team against Chelsea in the sixth round, and the result might have been different had Ander Herrera not been sent off in the first half. He picked another strong side against Derby in the third round this season and looks set to give the competition another good go. It's a slight anomaly that Mourinho has won it only once.

League Cup: Mourinho has a good record in the League Cup, and it continued last term. Winning a trophy so early in his first season got a monkey off his back straight away. Defeat to Championship side Bristol City in the quarterfinals this season was one of the worst results of Mourinho's reign, but winning the competition already will have taken the edge off.

Other: Mourinho won the Community Shield against Leicester last season, but the performance against Real Madrid in the Super Cup in August was disappointing. The game finished 2-1, but United never looked likely to win it.

Jose Mourinho (The Special One) by Miles Monaghan

Manchester United Records: Mourinho, Ferguson, Moyes, van Gaal

Jose Mourinho - P100 W62 D23 L15 F180 A70 Win: 62%

Sir Alex Ferguson - P100 W48 D31 L21 F152 A93 Win: 48%

David Moyes (full tenure, didn't last 100 games) P51 W27 D9 L15 F86 A54 Win: 53%

Louis van Gaal (first 100 games, lasted 103 overall) P100 W52 D25 L23 F151 A93 Win: 52%

Jose Mourinho's top signings for Manchester United

2018

Alexis Sanchez: On paper he looks like a big upgrade from Henrikh Mkhitaryan and a terrific coup from under the noses of Manchester City.

Romelu Lukaku: Goals have not been a problem for the Belgian, but goals in the biggest games have been. He has still scored only once against a team in the top half this season.

Nemanja Matic: The Serbian midfielder started the season well after his move from Chelsea, and although his form has dipped slightly, he has still been one of the reasons Paul Pogba has kicked on.

Victor Lindelof: The Swede has not had that many opportunities to prove that his £31 million move from Benfica represents value for money, but the 23-year-old was bought for the future rather than to have an instant impact.

2016-17

Paul Pogba: The world record £89.3 million United spent on Paul Pogba is already starting to look like a bargain.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan: He scored some important goals in the Europa League last season, but the fact that he has been allowed to join Arsenal after just 18 months tells you everything.

Eric Bailly: His injury record is starting to become a concern, but when fit, he is United's best center-back. The £30 million fee already looks like a steal.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic: He scored 28 goals in his first season, a fantastic return for a free transfer. Injury has ruined any chance of seeing what else he could achieve.

United beat Chelsea to the signing of Lukaku from Everton last summer, choosing to overlook Real Madrid's Alvaro Morata in order to strike a deal for the Belgian. So far, the jury is out on both Lukaku and Morata, who ended up at Chelsea instead. Lukaku has hit 17 goals in 33 games for United, but he has still to make a decisive contribution against a top-six rival. The arrival of Sanchez will only help Lukaku because the Chilean will free space for the center-forward, but Lukaku has to take advantage and show that he has the personality and mental strength to play for a club of United's stature.

Beating Manchester City to the signing of Sanchez from Arsenal was a huge statement by United as a club -- one that tells the rest of Europe that they mean business at Old Trafford. Off the pitch, United have already seen the Sanchez deal work for them, and it is difficult to imagine that the player will not make a similar impact on the pitch. Mourinho will regard the signing as proof of his ability to still attract the best players, especially when he overcame old rival Pep Guardiola to sign the forward.

United have had some good results under Mourinho: beating Chelsea at Old Trafford last season and Arsenal at the Emirates in December. But the high point of his reign so far was lifting the Europa League.

United fans got to go to another European final, and victory over Ajax ensured Champions League football this season. It turned an average first season in charge into a successful one.

It might be a competition that the super clubs tend to overlook as second rate, but it enabled United to complete the set of major trophies, it re-established the club's status as a European force, and crucially, it secured a route back into the Champions League, so it was a hugely significant success.

Defeat to Manchester City at Old Trafford in December. United looked like title challengers until that point, but a victory for Pep Guardiola's side opened an 11-point lead at the top of the table.

It wasn't just the result that was disappointing. It finished 2-1, but United never really looked in the game. A chance to make a statement in the title race passed them by.

Elsewhere, last season's 4-0 Premier League defeat at Chelsea was a humiliation for Mourinho in more ways than one. It was a stinging defeat for United, but less than a year after being sacked by Chelsea, to go back and suffer such a heavy loss was painful for the Special One -- especially when new Chelsea boss Antonio Conte prompted his anger by urging the Stamford Bridge fans to turn up the volume.

Manchester United fans

Mourinho is winning the hearts of Manchester United supporters. The Red Devils won two trophies last season, they're in second place on the England Premier League in the highest position they've consistently been in the league for years, they're past the group stages of the Champions League, and they're buying world-class players. His tactics for the big games are frustrating, and that is the biggest gripe the supporters have with him. Being more reserved isn't such a problem, and they'd certainly rather draw 0-0 at Anfield than concede four goals there like Manchester City did, but more risks need to be taken. Only two teams have scored more than United, and no side has conceded fewer. City will win the league this season, but if United buy well in the summer, they could and should be serious contenders next season. It was always going to take a long time to undo the damage caused by David Moyes and Louis van Gaal, but Mourinho certainly has United heading in the right direction again.

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JOSE MOURINHO

José Mário dos Santos Mourinho Félix, GOIH, known as José Mourinho, is a Portuguese football manager and former football player. He is the manager of Premier League club Manchester United.

Born: January 26, 1963 (age 55), Setúbal, Portugal

Spouse: Matilde Faria (m. 1989)

Awards: Order of Prince Henry, FIFA World Coach of the Year,

Teams coached: Manchester United F.C. (Manager, since 2016),

Children: Matilde Mourinho, Jose Mario Mourinho Jr.

Chelsea FC Jose Mourinho Poster

Quotes

When I go to the press conference before the game, in my mind the game has already started.

I think the best place to work in football is England.

JOSE MOURINHO

Jose Mourinho’s managerial record by team and tenure

P W D L Win %

Benfica - 20 September 2000 to 5 December 2000; 11 6 3 2 54.5%

União de Leiria - July 2001 23 to January 2002; 20 9 7 4 45.05%

Porto - 23 January 2002 to 2 June 2004; 127 91 21 15 71.7%

Chelsea - 2 June 2004 to 20 September 2007; 185 124 40 21 67.0%

Internazionale - 2 June 2008 to 28 May 2010; 108 67 26 15 62.0%

Real Madrid - 31 May 2010 to 1 June 2013; 178 128 28 22 71.%

Chelsea -  3 June 2013 to 17 December 2015; 136 80 29 27 58.8%

Manchester United -  27 May 2016 to Present; 101 62 23 16 61.4%

Total: 866P 567W 177L 122D 65.5% 

JOSE MOURINHO

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Premier League Big Six Managers Guides

The overall control of the England top-tier Premier League by the top six sides called the "Big Six" has increased this season primarily due to their dedicated, skilled, creative managers as well as the top talent they have recruited for their titan clubs. The “Big Four” of the 2000’s threatened to take over the Premier League for years to come, but Spurs and City managed to break in. Nipping at the heals of the Big Six clubs are Burnley, Everton, and Leicester City. However it will be difficult now is for another team to establish themselves among the powerful, rich elite clubs that control the top of the table. The England Premier League is the top, most competitive and most unpredictable pro football league in the world. The EPL table shows a difference of 49 points that separate the top of the table team Man City from the bottom club West Brom as of February 3, 2018. The gigantic sums of money Premier League teams can now offer their recruits has improved the quality of famous superstar players they can now attract.

Arsenal: Arsene Wenger

Chelsea: Antonio Conte

Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp

Manchester City: Pep Guardiola

Manchester United: Jose Mourinho

Tottenham Hotspur: Mauricio Pochitino

ALEXIS SANCHEZ TO DEBUT FOR MAN UNITED V YEOVIL

Alexis Sanchez, Manchester United

ALEXIS SANCHEZ TO DEBUT FOR MAN UNITED V YEOVIL

Alexis Sanchez to make his ManUtd debut in FA Cup fourth-round match against Yeovil Town

New Red Devils’ signing Alexis Sanchez will feature in his first Manchester United match today against Yeovil Town after amazing his new teammates in his first training session. Sanchez has gone straight in the squad for Friday night's away FA Cup clash with Yeovil. Sanchez has already made a big impact on his new Manchester United teammates with Luke Shaw describing the Chilean as 'unbelievable'. The forward completed his switch from Arsenal this week and has gone straight into manager Jose Mourinho's squad for Friday night's FA Cup clash with Yeovil.  He has trained with his new colleagues and Shaw believes the 29-year-old has given the squad a lift. Asked how the he has fitted in, the left-back told MUTV: “Really good. He has trained over the last three days now. He’s unbelievable.

“We all knew what he was capable of anyway. He’s been with us for a few days now in training and some of the stuff he’s done is unbelievable. “After training the other day, there were four of us outside there doing free-kicks and he literally put five in the top corner in a row and we all were just like ‘wow, this guy’.

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“It’s really good to have him – he’s a good guy and he’ll be even better on the pitch, so I'm really looking forward to playing with him and hopefully he can add to the attacking threat we’ve already got. We’ve got unbelievable players up top and he’s only going to boost the strength in depth we have.”

Sanchez has given Shaw a taste of what opposition defenders can expect, adding: “He’s really quick with the ball, quick at turning and stuff like that, but you want to be training with the best. Alexis Sanchez boards the United flight to Yeovil on Friday morning. Alexis Sanchez boards the United flight to Yeovil on Friday morning.

“It’s good to keep adding that strength we have in the squad to test yourself day by day and get better in training by facing world-class players like that. “We’re lucky he’s got everything – determination, hunger, he never stops running, he’s always working hard. He brings assists, he brings goals and he’ll bring experience for us from the teams that he’s been at and the players he’s been playing with, so it’s really good for the team and I’m looking forward to playing with him.”

Alexis Sanchez, Manchester United

 

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ALEXIS SANCHEZ JOINS MANCHESTER UNITED

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Manchester United today announced the signing of Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal in a deal that sees the Armenian midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan move to Arsenal.

Speaking about his transfer, Alexis Sanchez expressed his happiness in the transfer.

“I am thrilled to be joining the biggest club in the world. I have spent three-and-a-half wonderful years at Arsenal and I bring with me very positive memories of that great club and its fans. The chance to play in this historic stadium and to work with Jose Mourinho was something I could not turn down. I am very proud to be the first Chilean player ever to play for United’s first team and I hope I can show our fans all around the world why the club wanted to bring me here.”

Man United manager Jose Mourinho had praise for his new superstar striker.

“Alexis is one of the best-attacking players in the world and he will complete our very young and talented group of attacking players,” said Mourinho. “He will bring his ambition, drive and personality, qualities that make a Manchester United player and a player that makes the team stronger and the supporters proud of their club dimension and prestige.”

“I would like to wish Henrikh all the success and happiness that I am sure he is going to get. He is a player that we will not forget, especially for his contribution to our Europa League victory.”

Alexis Sanchez revealed that he had already spoken with former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson about joining Manchester United long before he completed his move to Old Trafford. Sanchez has already revealed that Jose Mourinho was a key factor behind his decision to join United, and now the 29-year-old also reports that he told Ferguson about his hopes of moving to Old Trafford.

“Since I was a young boy I’ve always said that my dream was to play for Manchester United and I’m not just saying that because I’m here now and today it’s come true,’’ Sanchez said. “I always said as a kid that I’d like to play for United and I once spoke to Sir Alex Ferguson about it. We chatted for around twenty minutes. And I told him that my dream was to come here to Manchester United. It really is a massive club, very powerful, and so now, when I got the opportunity to come here I looked at the badge and my hairs just stood up on end because it’s a powerful club and the biggest in England.”

Asked if he continued to think about United after speaking with Ferguson, who greeted Sanchez in Manchester on Monday afternoon, the forward replied, “Absolutely right. I’ve always been motivated by this club, by their red colors, which have always stood out for me. And I’m genuinely saying this from the heart when I tell you it is like a dream come true for me, playing for Manchester United. it makes me feel really happy and I’m so happy to be here at the Theatre of Dreams, as everyone calls it.”

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Next, Man United travel to Huish Park to play Yeovil Town in the FA Cup.

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Sergio Agüero. Man City. 78 per goal. 467 played

Álvaro Morata. Chelsea. 76 per goal. 457 played

Romelu Lukaku. Man Utd. 90 per goal. 540 played

Raheem Sterling. Man City. 59 per goal

Jamie Vardy. Leicester. 103 per goal

Mohamed Salah. Liverpool. 108 per goal

Gabriel Jesus. Man City. 82 per goal

Alexandre Lacazette. Arsenal. 105 per goal

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Sergio Aguero injured in Amsterdam car crash

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said he had "no problem" with his twenty-nine-year-old top goal-scorer Sergio Aguero being in Amsterdam after confirming that the striker suffered a broken rib in a car accident on Thursday. The Argentine was in a taxi on his way to the airport after watching singer Maluma when the accident happened.

"He had a day off. He's OK - the most important thing," said Guardiola.

"It was a very heavy slam but seatbelts prevented it from being worse," tweeted Kun. "Thank you with all my heart for the supportive messages, they really do help me in recovering. The taxi I was riding made a wrong turn and crashed against a pole."

The Spanish manager said he did not know how long Aguero would be sidelined for, and added that he only discovered his striker was in the Netherlands early on Friday. The accident happened in the De Boelelaan area of Amsterdam.

"I think days off are to be happy. I want the players to be happy. Always I am a manager who doesn't like to train every day,” added Guardiola. "I think the players have to rest mentally and physically. They can enjoy their lives. I want my players to have fun. If they decide to go there, they decide to go there. It is OK for me."

"I've broken a rib. Now I'm resting but it's really painful," said Aguero.

Sergio “Kun” Aguero has scored seven goals in eight appearances for Manchester City this season and is key to Pep Guardiola's side reaching the top of the Premier League Table and to winning their first two Champions League group matches.

The international break follows City's upcoming match against Chelsea.

Aguero was named in Argentina's squad for their final two World Cup qualifiers against Peru (5 October) and Ecuador (10 October). Argentina are fifth in the South American section standings.

Paul Pogba out with injury

Manchester United’s Paul Pogba has a hamstring injury that will keep the Red Devil’s French star midfielder out “long term” according to Man United boss Jose Mourinho. Twenty-four-year-old Pogba limped off only 19 minutes into United’s Champions League victory against Basel and since has missed the past four games at Old Trafford. Initially it was thought that Pogba would be out for between a month and six weeks due to his injury on 12 September. Portuguese Reds boss Mourinho would not however give a specific timescale on his return.

Mouinho said he "does not speak about long-term injuries" but was more hopeful regarding the fitness of his defenders Phil Jones and Antonio Valencia."I cannot have hope, like with Jones or Valencia who I can see in training and hope for a positive answer," added the Portuguese.

Pogba's fellow midfielders Michael Carrick and Marouane Fellaini also will miss Saturday's home game against Crystal Palace at Old Trafford.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic

Manchester United’s celebrity Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is nearing his comeback to United after being out with injury due to tearing his anterior cruciate ligament against Anderlecht in April in the Europa League. Ibrahimovic's doctor warned the striker not to rush his Manchester United comeback.

Ibrahimovic’s Dr Freddie Fu, the specialist who operated on him, says the popular striker should have as much recovery time as possible.

 

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"He is very strong but soccer is still a combative sport," said Fu. "As a doctor, of course I want to see him return as slow as possible, only when he is fully fit for the game. There have been many cases of a player returning prematurely with bad consequences. I have no worry about his injury as it always takes time to fully recover. In fact, the EPL has just started and I am sure Manchester United would not need the player urgently for any crucial game either in the league or European competitions."

Ibra was United's top scorer with 28 goals last season. His one-year contract ended in the summer, however he signed a new one-year contract while recovering from his serious knee injury. Ibrahimovic has been included in Manchester United's Champions League group stage squad. No has been given for Ibra’s comeback.

Dele Alli

Tottenham Hotspur and England midfielder Dele Alli has been banned for one international match after his middle-finger gesture during the World Cup qualifier against Slovakia. The popular twenty-one year-old Alli was also fined 5,000 Swiss francs (£3,852) by Fifa, who says the incident on 4 September was "offensive and unsporting".

Alli will miss Thursday's World Cup qualifier at home to Slovenia, but will be available for England’s upcoming game against Lithuania on Sunday.

Alli said his gesture was aimed at former Spurs team-mate Kyle Walker during the 77th minute of the 2-1 win in Group F after Alli was body-checked by Slovakia defender Martin Skrtel, and referee Clement Turpin waved play on. It was initially thought that Alli gestured towards Turpin, with whom he also had words when he was substituted in the 93rd minute.

"Although the disciplinary committee was not convinced that the player directed the gesture at the referee, and regardless of whether it was allegedly directed at a team-mate, it did consider such gesture to be offensive and unsporting. Therefore it amounted to a violation of article 57 of the Fifa disciplinary code", said a Fifa statement.


Chelsea v Manchester City

Eden Hazard is expected to start in the England Premier League for the first time this season when Chelsea host Manchester City at home on September 30. Chelsea defender David Luiz completed his three-match domestic suspension for his dismissal against Arsenal. Midfielder Danny Drinkwater calf injury is the only definite injury absentee.

Chelsea’s provisional squad against Manchester City for the match is Courtois, Caballero, Rudiger, Alonso, Fabregas, Kante, Morata, Hazard, Pedro, Bakayoko, Moses, Kenedy, Musonda, Zappacosta, Willian, Batshuayi, Cahill, Christensen, Azpilicueta, Clarke-Salter, Scott, Eduardo.

Manchester City will be without star striker Sergio Aguero for Saturday's trip to west London after the forward suffered rib injuries in a car crash on Thursday. Left-back Benjamin Mendy is a long-term casualty after rupturing an anterior cruciate ligament in last week's 5-0 thrashing of Crystal Palace. City's Captain Vincent Kompany has missed the last six games and remains on the sidelines with a calf injury.

Man City’s provisional squad includes Ederson, Bravo, Walker, Stones, Otamendi, Mangala, Danilo, Delph, Toure, Gundogan, Fernandinho, De Bruyne, Sterling, Sane, D Silva, B Silva, Foden, Diaz, Jesus.

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England Premier League 2017 - 2018 Results

Week 1 Saturday, 12 August 2017

Arsenal 4-3 Leicester City
Brighton 0-2 Manchester City
Chelsea 2-3 Burnley
Crystal Palace 0-3 Huddersfield Town
Everton 1-0 Stoke City
Manchester United 4-0 West Ham United
Newcastle United 0-2 Tottenham Hotspur
Southampton 0-0 Swansea City
Watford 3-3 Liverpool
West Bromwich Albion 1-0 AFC Bournemouth

Week 2 Saturday, 19 August 2017

AFC Bournemouth 0-2 Watford
Burnley 0-1 West Bromwich Albion
Huddersfield Town 1-0 Newcastle United
Leicester City 2-0 Brighton
Liverpool 1-0 Crystal Palace
Manchester City 1-1 Everton
Stoke City 1-0 Arsenal
Swansea City 0-4 Manchester United
Tottenham Hotspur 1-2 Chelsea
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Week 3 Saturday, 26 August 2017

AFC Bournemouth 1-2 Manchester City
Chelsea 2-0 Everton
Crystal Palace 0-2 Swansea City
Huddersfield Town 0-0 Southampton
Liverpool 4-0 Arsenal
Manchester United 2-0 Leicester City
Newcastle United 3-0 West Ham United
Tottenham Hotspur 1-1 Burnley
Watford 0-0 Brighton
West Bromwich Albion 1-1 Stoke City

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Week 7 Saturday, 30 September 2017

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Arsenal v Brighton
Chelsea v Manchester City
Everton v Burnley
Huddersfield Town v Tottenham Hotspur
Manchester United v Crystal Palace
Newcastle United v Liverpool
Stoke City v Southampton
West Bromwich Albion v Watford
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Saturday, 14 October 2017

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Crystal Palace v Chelsea
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Liverpool v Manchester United
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Southampton v Newcastle United
Swansea City v Huddersfield Town
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Saturday, 21 October 2017

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Liverpool v Huddersfield Town
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Watford v Stoke City
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Saturday, 4 November 2017

Chelsea v Manchester United
Everton v Watford
Huddersfield Town v West Bromwich Albion
Manchester City v Arsenal
Newcastle United vs. AFC Bournemouth
Southampton vs. Burnley
Stoke City vs. Leicester City
Swansea City vs. Brighton
Tottenham Hotspur vs. Crystal Palace
West Ham United vs. Liverpool

Saturday, 18 November 2017

AFC Bournemouth v Huddersfield Town
Arsenal v Tottenham Hotspur
Brighton v Stoke City
Burnley v Swansea City
Crystal Palace v Everton
Leicester City v Manchester City
Liverpool v Southampton
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Wednesday, 29 November 2017

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Saturday, 2 December 2017

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Saturday, 9 December 2017

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Liverpool vs. Everton
Manchester United vs. Manchester City
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Tuesday, 12 December 2017

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Wednesday, 13 December, 2017

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Saturday, 16 December 2017

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Saturday, 23 December 2017

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Tuesday, 26 December 2017

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Chelsea vs. Brighton
Crystal Palace vs. Arsenal
Huddersfield Town vs. Stoke City
Liverpool vs. Swansea City
Manchester United vs. Burnley
Newcastle United vs. Manchester City
Tottenham Hotspur vs. Southampton
Watford vs. Leicester City
West Bromwich Albion vs. Everton

Saturday, 30 December 2017

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Chelsea vs. Stoke City
Crystal Palace vs. Manchester City
Huddersfield Town vs. Burnley
Liverpool vs. Leicester City
Manchester United vs. Southampton
Newcastle United vs. Brighton
Tottenham Hotspur vs. West Ham United
Watford vs. Swansea City
West Bromwich Albion vs. Arsenal

Monday, 1 January 2018

Arsenal vs. Chelsea
Brighton vs. AFC Bournemouth
Burnley vs. Liverpool
Everton vs. Manchester United
Leicester City vs. Huddersfield Town
Manchester City vs. Watford
Southampton vs. Crystal Palace
Stoke City vs. Newcastle United
Swansea City vs. Tottenham Hotspur
West Ham United vs. West Bromwich Albion

Saturday, 13 January, 2018

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Chelsea vs. Leicester City
Crystal Palace vs. Burnley
Huddersfield Town vs. West Ham United
Liverpool vs. Manchester City
Manchester United vs. Stoke City
Newcastle United vs. Swansea City
Tottenham Hotspur vs. Everton
Watford vs. Southampton
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Saturday, 20 January, 2018

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Leicester City vs. Watford
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Tuesday, 30 January, 2018

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Everton vs. Leicester City
Manchester City vs. West Bromwich Albion
Newcastle United vs. Burnley
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Saturday, 3 February, 2018

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Arsenal vs. Everton
Brighton vs. West Ham United
Burnley vs. Manchester City
Crystal Palace vs. Newcastle United
Leicester City vs. Swansea City
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Saturday, 10 February, 2018

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Manchester City vs. Leicester City
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Saturday, 24 February, 2018

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Everton vs. Brighton
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Stoke City vs. Manchester City
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Saturday, 17 March, 2018

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Burnley vs. Chelsea
Huddersfield Town vs. Crystal Palace
Leicester City vs. Arsenal
Liverpool vs. Watford
Manchester City vs. Brighton
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Tottenham Hotspur vs. Newcastle United
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Saturday, 31 March, 2018

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Chelsea vs. Tottenham Hotspur
Crystal Palace vs. Liverpool
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Saturday, 7 April, 2018

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Chelsea vs. West Ham United
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