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Arsenal will be shown less than West Brom on live TV in March, as Sky Sports and BT Sport announce Premier League fixtures

Sky Sports will screen eight live matches in March and BT Sport five

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Transfer Talk: Chelsea will only pay £20.6m for Cuadrado, Marquinhos will cost Manchester United £112m; Xavi wants Cazorla at Barcelona

A look at all the latest transfer rumours and gossip on Wednesday, 21 January

Transfer news and rumours - LIVE: Tottenham pair Naughton and Carroll set for exit; Hummels staying at Dortmund; De Gea given £50m price-tag

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Harry Redknapp given vote of confidence from QPR owner Tony Fernandes as he backs manager to save club from relegation

QPR sit in the Premier League relegation zone but Fernandes has issued a statement to support Redknapp and back him as the best man for the job

Harry Redknapp, Santi Cazorla, Oscar, Louis van Gaal, Christian Eriksen and Vincent Kompany

Six things we learnt from this weekend's Premier League: Arsenal must make most of Manchester City win; Oscar the new star for Chelsea

United's fourth-place a precarious place to be, Redknapp can't afford to lose, City get a chance to bounce back and Spurs make case for fitness first

Did Louis van Gaal call QPR 'Queens Park Raisins?'

Video: Was this just a casual mispronunciation or a subtle trolling of Redknapp's men?

Joel Campbell, Kevin Mirallas, Nicolas Otamendi and Gabriel Paulista

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Arsenal chase Gabriel Paulista and Nicolas Otamendi; Spurs want Kevin Mirallas; Liverpool won't recall Origi

Follow the latest news and developments in the January transfer window with just two weeks left before the 2 February deadline

Gareth Bale of Real Madrid

Transfer news and rumours - LIVE: Arsenal, Manchester United, Chelsea and Liverpool latest, including Gareth Bale talk

The latest news and all the transfer rumours on Sunday, 18 January

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Colombian missed a number of chances in win at Loftus Road

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QPR vs Manchester United player ratings: Maruoane Fellaini leads the way but which United star only got 4/10?

Man-for-man marking from United' victory at Loftus Road

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A new documentary looks back at origins of the computer-games industry
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