April 19 2014 Latest news:
Premier League: Tottenham 3 Fulham 1
Brentford ended 21 years of exile from the top two divisions with a 1-0 win over Preston, while Rotherham and Leyton Orient lost to Wolves and Crawley respectively.
France forward Olivier Giroud has shown great determination to shut out media scrutiny of his private life and lead the line for Arsenal, according to manager Arsene Wenger.
Felix Magath insists his Fulham players have learnt he is not a “monster” despite the fearsome reputation that accompanied him to Craven Cottage.
Eden Hazard must prove his fitness by returning to full training to feature in Chelsea’s Champions League semi-final first leg at Atletico Madrid on Tuesday, according to assistant coach Steve Holland.
Tim Sherwood admits he is unable to pinpoint Tottenham’s best XI despite being at the helm for four months.
Championship: Leicester 1 QPR 0
League One: Brentford 1 Preston 0 (Brentford are promoted)
The performance may not live too long in the memory for the Daggers in their 1-0 win at Torquay, but boss Wayne Burnett was pleased his side got back to winning ways.
West Ham forward Dylan Tombides has passed away at the age of 20 after his fight with testicular cancer.
John Terry will hopefully complete terms on a new Chelsea contract “amicably” in the next fortnight, according to assistant coach Steve Holland.
Charlton are braced for a summer of change as 19 players could leave the club in the summer.
Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard “remains a doubt” for Chelsea’s Champions League semi-final first leg trip to Atletico Madrid on Tuesday night.
Our Leyton Orient blogger is not confident about the O’s play-off chances
Our Fulham blogger looks ahead to this afternoon’s match at White Hart Lane.
Sunderland head coach Gus Poyet is confident Vito Mannone has the mental strength to bounce back from his costly midweek howler at Chelsea.
Tim Sherwood does not care if Tottenham concede another three goals this weekend as long as they outscore embattled Fulham.
Charlie Eccleshare casts his eye over Fulham ahead of their visit to Tottenham in today’s London derby at White Hart Lane.
Alan Judge joined Gary Blissett as the man who scored the goal to send Brentford into the second tier and he admitted that he was nervous as he stepped up to score the crucial penalty.