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Crystal Palace will play tomorrow with Paddy McCarthy temporarily at the helm, but former manager Roy Hodgson has been approached by the club to make a surprise return to Selhurst Park until the end of the season, reports Ed Aarons. The 75-year-old former England manager is reportedly interested in taking over from Vieira.

Others linked to the job include Paulo Fonseca, who currently manages French side Lille and came close to being named Tottenham manager in 2021. Former Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhüttl, Vincent Kompany of Burnley and Michael Carrick of Middlesbrough are all believed to be on Palace’s shortlist. .

Looking across the continent…

… not much going on today unless you are Really in the battle for third place in the Bundesliga (host of Bochum RB Leipzig, for diehards). All this is rather mid-table otherwise.

Wolves v Leeds Team News

Brentford v Leicester team news

Aston Villa – Bournemouth Team News

Southampton – Tottenham Team News


Late penalty from Alexander Isak last night means there’s a bit of mustard on Spurs’ trip to Southampton. With no Champions League to focus on, the fabled ‘fourth place trophy’ is all Antonio Conte can achieve in his last months at Tottenham the last months of the season.

In my head, Spurs have a very good record at St Mary’s, but the facts say otherwise. The 5-2 thrashing at the start of the 2020/21 season was the only time in their last five meetings on the south coast that Spurs have left victorious, with the Saints winning two and a pair of 1-1 draws completing the set.

Elsewhere the intrigue comes to Gtech (is that a thing?), where Brentford can return to the European spots if they beat Leicester. Wolves and Leeds are split by five teams but just four points in what is shaping up to be the widest relegation battle ever. While Aston Villa, arguably the only true mid-table side in the Premier League currently, will be looking to place a stiff arm on a Bournemouth side for whom mid-March mediocrity is an aspiration. Fancy a suburban three-bed semi with a driveway and a nice car to put in it, if you will.

These are all the 3pm kick-offs in the Premier League:

Daniel Gallan will gently guide you through Everton’s visit to Chelsea during the 5.30pm kick-off, while Scott Murray will be on hand for minute-by-minute updates on the FA Cup first quarter-final of the weekend, which hosts Manchester City. comeback Vincent Kompany and his Burnley side. This starts at 5:45 p.m.

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