Hull City owner further inflames tensions with fans after telling opponents to his name change plans they can "die as soon as they want".
A profile of Prince Abdullah bin Mosaad bin Abdulaziz Al Saud who has bought a 50% share in Sheffield United.
A football fan who was filmed attempting to punch a police horse has told ITV News that he is ashamed of his actions.
Sheffield United travel to Aston Villa. Barnsley host either Hartlepool or Coventry. Doncaster play Stevenage. Grimsby take on Huddersfield at Blundell Park. The reward for Mansfield if they overcome Oldham is a trip to Anfield.
Wednesday travel to Macclesfield, Hull face Middlesbrough and Leeds go to Rochdale. Those games will be played on the weekend of the 4th and 5th of January.
Portsmouth spokesman Colin Farmery said: "If these serious allegations are true then we are extremely shocked and saddened by them, as match-fixing of any type goes to the heart of the integrity of the game.
"The player in question no longer plays for the club and we have not been contacted by the authorities, but of course we would cooperate fully with any inquiry."
In more secret filming by the Sun on Sunday, Sam Sodje claimed another player would take a £30,000 payment for deliberately earning a booking during a Championship match.
Explaining the scheme to the newspaper's undercover reporter, Sodje said: “This guy came to meet me at my house and it was sorted. That’s how easy it is — it’s nothing. The booking one is easy. This is the best time because it’s Christmas. I can get you four.”
The Sun said it accompanied Sodje to the fixture in question and the unnamed player did indeed pick up a yellow card for "a sliding tackle on an opponent after the ball had already gone out of play".
Three people are in custody after police opened a second investigation into football match-fixing following fresh allegations as a result of an investigation by The Sun on Sunday newspaper.
A National Crime Agency statement read:
Three people are in custody and are being questioned by NCA officers. We cannot comment further at this stage.
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In secret footage filmed by the Sun on Sunday, former Portsmouth player Sam Sodje claims he took a £70,000 payment for a sending off during a third-tier League One fixture in February this year.
Sodje, who was born in London but represented Nigeria at international level, played three times in the Premier League for Reading in the 2006/07 season.
The National Crime Agency said in a statement they had launched a new investigation as a result of the footage: "We can confirm that The Sun has supplied us with intelligence and an investigation is ongoing."
It is understood that two ex-Premier League stars are involved in a police match-fixing probe, according to a Sun on Sunday investigation.
The newspaper claims that one player claimed another agreed to deliberately earn a booking in a recent Championship clash in return for £30,000.
Leeds United face Wigan in the Championship at Elland Road tonight. Wigan sacked their manager Owen Coyle on Monday, and in his pre-match News Conference, Leeds boss Brian McDermott talked about the precarious life of a football manager, and admitted Wigan may be an unknown quantity this evening.
Hull manager Steve Bruce offered a stirring defence of owner Assem Allam but remains desperate for the unseemly row over the club's name to go away.
Allam has provoked fury among supporters with his proposals to rebrand the side as Hull Tigers, a move that would see the 109-year-old name of Hull City AFC abandoned.
The Egyptian businessman has hardly helped his cause with some unguarded public pronouncements, culminating with his suggestion that those who have taken to chanting 'City Till We Die' could "die as soon as they want".
Bruce did his best to steer clear of the controversy during the early part of the Barclays Premier League season but admitted after Sunday's 3-1 win over Liverpool that he would seek talks with Allam to try and ease tensions.
A similar result at the Emirates, while even tougher to achieve, would surely be impossible to bump down the agenda but Bruce is under no illusions about the challenge that awaits his squad.
Reminded that Hull memorably upset Arsenal on their own patch in their maidenPremier League season - when goals from Geovanni and Daniel Cousin secured a 2-1win - Bruce added: "I remember it vividly, let's hope we can repeat that."
Defender Glenn Loovens has received international clearance, and is available for selection for Sheffield Wednesday against Leicester on Tuesday night. The Dutch defender was a free agent after leaving Real Zaragoza in June.
The clash will be the club's first fixture without manager Dave Jones, who was sacked at the weekend.
First team coach, Stuart Gray, will take charge of the team until a successor is found.
Lewis Buxton (groin) will be assessed ahead of the game after being withdrawn from the action at Blackpool with ten minutes left to play, as will Reda Johnson and Michail Antonio who both missed out at Bloomfield Road.
Matty Fryatt has returned to parent club Hull City, while Kamil Zayatte and Martin Taylor (both ankle) remain sidelined.
Hull City manager, Steve Bruce, has stepped in to try and defuse the row over Hull City owner Assem Allam's controversial plans to rebrand the club as the Hull City Tigers.
The latest round of outcry was caused when Mr Allam told a newspaper that the fans group "City Till I die" - who are fighting his proposal - can "die as soon as they want."
Speaking ahead of Wednesday's Premier League game at Arsenal, Bruce said he believed Mr Allam has been misinterpreted.