Bournemouth all but sealed promotion to the top-flight for the first time in their history with a 3-0 win against Bolton.Read the full story ›
Rotherham United boss Steve Evans sees Tuesday's clash with Reading as the 'biggest game of all'.Read the full story ›
Hull boss Steve Bruce has called for Barclays Premier League officials to act to curb rising ticket prices ahead of his side's KC Stadium clash with Liverpool on Tuesday.
Visiting fans' group Spirit of Shankly is organising a boycott of the game in protest at the £50 admission charge, and Bruce echoed his Liverpool counterpart Brendan Rodgers in backing its right to do so.
Bruce said: "I feel sorry for the supporters of big clubs who have to dig deep every week and I hope when the new TV money comes into play the Premier League can remember football does belong to supporters.
"I know how difficult it is for people here at our club to find the money to bring their two kids to a football match and we have to make sure with all the money washing around we give something back to the fans.
"We have to remember the average man in the street because they are the lifeblood of football and I think if the Premier League set certain rules we would all have to abide by them."
Bournemouth will effectively win promotion from the Championship to the Premier League if they beat Bolton at home on Monday.Read the full story ›
Liverpool are again without striker Daniel Sturridge for Tuesday's Barclays Premier League trip to HullRead the full story ›
Arsene Wenger believes there is "not a lot" between his Arsenal side and Barclays Premier League champions-elect ChelseaRead the full story ›
Lazio's mascot eagle Olimpia was attacked by a crow as it flew its normal pre-match ritual before the start of their Serie A soccer match against Chievo Verona.
The brave crow didn't like Olimpia parading around its stomping ground and went for the white-headed eagle.
Lazio, who are currently second in Serie A, drew the match 1-1.
It's unknown whether the eagle, or anyone else but the crow, was bothered.
Captain John Terry is the latest Chelsea employee to take a swipe at Arsenal's style and failings.Read the full story ›
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has confirmed Daniel Sturridge may not play for the club again this season.
Sturridge has struggled for form and fitness throughout the campaign and hasn't played since their FA Cup clash with Blackburn on April 8.
"We'll see if he's going to be back this season or pre-season," Rodgers said.
After Jose Mourinho came up with another quick-witted response to criticism from Arsenal fans, we take a look at his best one-liners.Read the full story ›