Seven things we learned in the Premier League this weekend: Diego Costa writes the script at the Emirates to leave Arsenal crushed, Francesco Guidolin gives Swans a well-needed boost; Watford reverse the slide against Newcastle; Liverpool are the top-flight's chief entertainers
Sky Sports and BT Sport have announced the latest batch of fixture changes for the coming months
It is the hard work of Deeney that ensures that Watford can play 4-4-2 without getting outnumbered
The draw for the Third Round of the tournament has been completed
Dave Hughes instructed his side to leave the pitch during the Wojtyla Cup game against Latina Calcio in Rome
Ikechi Anya is determined to impress if selected for Scotland against Belgium on Friday after admitting his previous memory of playing football there was not a positive one.
There is a stunning performance at the heart of this theatrical adaptation of Alexander Masters' award-winning biography. Fraser Ayres plays Stuart Shorter, a chaotic, garrulous homeless man who has spent his life fighting - abuse, muscular dystrophy, drug addiction, poverty.
Communities Secretary had to backtrack after approving moves by a council to build homes on a 2.7 hectare patch of land
Hull have failed to score a single goal in their last three games
Heidar Helguson's 26th-minute header and two goals from Rudy Gestede took the Championship leaders, Cardiff City, to the very brink of promotion with a 3-0 home win over Nottingham Forest, who had Darius Henderson sent of for a foul on Helguson at 1-0. Cardiff are 12 points ahead of Watford, third, with 12 to play for, have a superior goal difference of five and host Charlton on Tuesday.
The 51-year wait for top-flight football to return to Cardiff is almost over after Malky Mackay watched his side dismantle Blackburn Rovers yesterday to extend their lead at the top of the Championship to seven points. Fraizer Campbell's sixth goal in 11 games broke Rovers' resistance and Joe Mason showed why half a dozen clubs wanted his services before the loan deadline closed last week, before Peter Whittingham's injury-time penalty sealed a job well done.
Watford's chances of promotion to the Premier League may have seemed strong a month ago but they are now in danger of unravelling in front of Gianfranco Zola's eyes after this latest wobble.
After a tough and unrewarding run, normal service was resumed as Exeter eventually wrapped up a convincing victory over Worcester to remain unbeaten at Sandy Park in the Aviva Premiership this season.
Burnley have confirmed Sean Dyche as their new manager. The 41-year-old has signed a two-and-a-half year contract on his first appointment since being controversially sacked as Watford manager this summer, following the Pozzo family's takeover at Vicarage Road.
The Man Who Pays His Way
Team GB's star striker Kelly Smith battled against alcoholism and depression to win back a place in the Olympics squad.