Sport Swansea full-back Ben Davies has been linked with a move to Tottenham

The Welsh international has impressed at left-back for the Swans and could become Pochettino's first signing as manager at White Hart Lane

Cardiff manager insists the situation between Cardiff and Malky Mackay is not his concern

Cardiff City v Crystal Palace: Premier League match preview

A look ahead to this weekend’s Premier League fixture at Cardiff City Stadium

Arsène Wenger

Everton v Arsenal: Premier League match preview

A look ahead to this weekend’s Premier League fixture at Goodison Park

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho looks on from the touchline

Premier League preview: A statistical look at all this weekend's games, including Manchester City v Southampton, Chelsea v Stoke City, Everton v Arsenal, West Ham United v Liverpool

Providers of the largest online database for detailed football statistics WhoScored.com preview all of the matches in matchround 33 of the Premier League

Phil Jagielka (right) celebrates victory at Old Trafford with Romelu Lukaku

Everton v Arsenal: Roberto Martinez reluctant to take 'fatal gamble' to rush Phil Jagielka back from hamstring injury

Martinez rules the defender out of the Premier League fixture with Arsenal and says he does not want to risk another injury by brining him back too early

Aaron Ramsey

Aaron Ramsey injury latest: Arsenal midfielder in squad for vital Everton clash

Ramsey has not played since the Boxing Day victory over West Ham after suffering a thigh injury

An artist's impression of how a new stadium might look

Tottenham plan to have new stadium by 2017 - and might have ended up taking over West Ham's Upton Park

The Hammers will relocate to the Olympic Stadium in 2016 and Spurs were in the running to purchase their current home ground, only to see their bid rejected

Andy Carroll celebrates his goal in the 2-1 victory over Sunderland

Sunderland 1 West Ham 2: Andy Carroll tipped for World Cup inclusion after impressive display

Sam Allardyce feels that there is no reason why Carroll can't go to Brazil if he continues to score in the Hammers' final six matches

Glenn Hoddle (l), Graeme Souness (c) and Ed Chamberlain (r)

Liverpool 4 Tottenham 0: Glenn Hoddle claims Spurs had already lost match in the tunnel as he slams pre-game behaviour

Hoddle was scathing in his criticism of the Spurs players' behaviour in the Anfield tunnel, and claimed it was because of this that they conceded so early in the match

Roberto Soldado and Aaron Lennon have dismissed rumours that Tottenham manager Tim Sherwood punched the striker following the 4-0 defeat to Liverpool

Liverpool 4 Tottenham 0: Roberto Soldado rejects claims that Tim Sherwood punched him while Aaron Lennon labels rumours 'b*******'

Social media sites were flooded with rumours that Sherwood would be sacked after a changing room bust-up with a player, but claims have been rubbished by Spurs pair

Fulham manager Felix Magath has refused to accept that his side are consigned to relegation despite their latest defeat to Everton

Fulham 1 Everton 3: Felix Magath defiant, stressing Fulham survival attempts aren't over until they're relegated

Magath says he is not yet planning for the Championship despite Cottagers propping up the table

Gus Poyet sits in the dugout alongside his coaching staff

Sunderland v West Ham: Coach Charlie Oatway tips Black Cats to survive threat of relegation

Sunderland are four points from safety but Oatway believes the squad have enough belief to steer clear of the dreaded drop

Stewart Downing admits it was a strange feeling to be booed after the 2-1 victory over Hull last week

Sunderland v West Ham: Stewart Downing backs manager Sam Allardyce and stresses pretty football doesn't guarantee survival

Downing admits it was a strange feeling to be booed after the 2-1 victory over Hull last week

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has hinted at revamping his strike-force in the summer

Jose Mourinho hints at summer striker switch amid claims Chelsea have no chance of topping Premier League table

Mourinho has been adamant throughout the season that his players are not yet capable of winning the title

Brendan Rodgers celebrates Liverpool's 4-0 victory over Tottenham with his players

Liverpool have the 'courage to play' attacking football despite reaching top of Premier League table, says Brendan Rodgers

Reds moved to the top of the Premier League and know that if they win their remaining six games, they will be league champions for the first time since 1990

A dejected John Terry reacts after opening the scoring with an own goal

Crystal Palace 1 Chelsea 0: We have blown it - Jose Mourinho concedes Premier League title

Chelsea sink to a shock, but deserved, defeat at Crystal Palace

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