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Andros Townsend available for League Cup clash against Nottingham Forest

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Andros Townsend has recovered from a leg injury. Credit: PA

Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is expected to ring the changes for Wednesday's League Cup third-round tie at home to Nottingham Forest.

Michel Vorm could make his Spurs debut in goal while Ben Davies, Fazio, Kyle Naughton, Benjamin Stambouli, Aaron Lennon and Roberto Soldado may all come in.

Andros Townsend has recovered from a leg injury and is available but Kyle Walker is still sidelined after undergoing abdominal surgery earlier this month.

Provisional squad: Lloris, Vorm, Naughton, Rose, Davies, Vertonghen, Chiriches, Dier, Kaboul, Fazio, Capoue, Stambouli, Paulinho, Dembele, Bentaleb, Eriksen, Lennon, Townsend, Chadli, Lamela, Soldado, Adebayor, Kane.

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Morrison takes swipe at "people in" West Ham after joining Cardiff on loan

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Morrison will help Cardiff try and climb up the Championship table. Credit: PA

West Ham's Ravel Morrison has joined Cardiff on a three-month loan deal, the player has announced on Twitter.

The 21-year-old former Manchester United midfielder has been out of favour at West Ham in recent months amid well-documented personal issues.

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happy to get a 3 month loan @CardiffCityFC time to start playing some football again ???

He added in another tweet about West Ham, which he later deleted: "I got no ratings off people in the club not the club it's self (sic) just people in it."

The England Under-21 international is set to face trial in January over allegations he threatened to throw acid in his former girlfriend's face and have her killed.

He is also accused of threatening to blow up Reah Mansoor's house during an alleged four-year campaign of harassment against her and is alleged to have assaulted the 19-year-old and her mother, Parveen Mansoor, 39, in Salford in the early hours of July 27.

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Liverpool granted permission to redevelop Anfield

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Anfield currently holds up to 45,276 spectators. Credit: PA

Liverpool have won planning permission from the city's council to start redeveloping Anfield.

It emerged last week that the club's proposals to expand their stadium had been recommended for approval by Liverpool council planners.

A vote was taken on the scheme on Tuesday after elected members of the planning committee visited Anfield, with the Reds being given the green light to proceed with phase one of the project - the extension of the Main Stand.

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