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Lyon featured in the Sky Bet punter's mega accumulator1

Punter scores with £33,000 win

One Sky Bet punter enjoyed Sunday's football more than most as a mega accumulator saw them win over £33,000.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (left) celebrates his Arsenal goal with Nacho Monreal2

Premier League: Sunday round-up

A round-up of Sunday's top-flight action, as second-half goals help Arsenal see off Everton, while West Ham halted Chelsea's winning run.

Anthony Joshua's win over Alexander Povetkin was one of the big sporting headlines of the weekend3

Weekend review: And still!

Catch up on a busy weekend of sport with the Sporting Life Weekend Review, which includes links to all the major sports stories.

Maxwell Cornet - target for Fulham4

Sunday's Paper Talk

Ajax midfielder Frenkie de Jong in transfer tug-of-war between Manchester City and Manchester United, according to the Sunday Mirror.

Steven Gerrard has had a positive start to life at Rangers5

Rangers 7/2 for Premiership title

Steven Gerrard's Rangers are now 7/2 to win the Scottish Premiership after Celtic dropped points again on Sunday.

Paper Talk: Saturday's football transfer rumours and gossip from UK newspapers

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Arsene Wenger
Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger has lost the support of the Arsenal board after back-to-back defeats to Manchester City, according to The Sun.

THE SUN

Arsene Wenger has lost the support of the Arsenal board after back-to-back defeats to Manchester City.

Kevin De Bruyne says Leroy Sane can be one of the best players in the world as his potential is "scary".

Roy Hodgson insists he will not turn his back on Crystal Palace, even if a better offer comes along.

Stoke are planning to take Kurt Zouma on another loan deal from Chelsea next season - if they remain in the Premier League.

DAILY MAIL

Alan Pardew is one game away from the sack as West Brom boss amidst a dressing-room mutiny.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger held a rare dressing-room inquest in the aftermath of Thursday's humiliating loss to Manchester City.

Jack Butland has begged Gareth Southgate to tell him whether or not he is England No 1.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has admitted a move to LA Galaxy is "tempting" after Jose Mourinho said he expected the Sweden striker to leave Manchester United.

DAILY TELEGRAPH

Alan Pardew has held clear-the-air talks with Chris Brunt following their dressing room bust-up.

Pep Guardiola says Manchester City will only buy "one or two" players this summer.

Everton boss Sam Allardyce insists Michael Keane will rediscover his England form.

Roberto Firmino should extend his Liverpool contract for the good of the club, says Jurgen Klopp.

DAILY MIRROR

Arsene Wenger has told his Arsenal players their futures at the club are on the line.

Crystal Palace and Newcastle are ready to go into battle in the summer for the signature of Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope.

Juventus have warned Emre Can he is not their only midfield option as the Liverpool player weighs up whether to move to Turin.

DAILY STAR

Scott McTominay is set to turn down Scotland's advances and commit his international future to England.

Kevin De Bruyne wants Manchester City to secure the Premier League title by beating arch-rivals Manchester United when the sides clash on April 7.

DAILY EXPRESS

Jose Mourinho has urged Scott McTominay not to allow the tug of war over his international future get to his head.

THE GUARDIAN

Hector Bellerin is a summer transfer target for Juventus, who is questioning the direction his career is heading in at Arsenal.

THE TIMES

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang says some of his team-mates looked "resigned" following their second successive 3-0 defeat to Manchester City.

Mauricio Pochettino says he would walk away from Tottenham if the fans ever turned on him.

The Premier League faces being the only top European league not to sign up to VAR after La Liga said it wanted to use the system.

Burnley are the subject of rival £180m takeover bids from American and Middle Eastern investors.

DAILY RECORD

Brenden Rodgers insists he is living the dream at Celtic and has shrugged off suggestions he is in the frame to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal.

Graeme Murty has urged his Rangers players to make it impossible for the board not to offer him the job full-time.

Jurgen Klopp believes Andy Robertson has all the necessary attributes to replace Scott Brown as Scotland captain.

Most Read Football

Lyon featured in the Sky Bet punter's mega accumulator1

Punter scores with £33,000 win

One Sky Bet punter enjoyed Sunday's football more than most as a mega accumulator saw them win over £33,000.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (left) celebrates his Arsenal goal with Nacho Monreal2

Premier League: Sunday round-up

A round-up of Sunday's top-flight action, as second-half goals help Arsenal see off Everton, while West Ham halted Chelsea's winning run.

Anthony Joshua's win over Alexander Povetkin was one of the big sporting headlines of the weekend3

Weekend review: And still!

Catch up on a busy weekend of sport with the Sporting Life Weekend Review, which includes links to all the major sports stories.

Maxwell Cornet - target for Fulham4

Sunday's Paper Talk

Ajax midfielder Frenkie de Jong in transfer tug-of-war between Manchester City and Manchester United, according to the Sunday Mirror.

Steven Gerrard has had a positive start to life at Rangers5

Rangers 7/2 for Premiership title

Steven Gerrard's Rangers are now 7/2 to win the Scottish Premiership after Celtic dropped points again on Sunday.

Football Tips

Monday's Sporting Life Price Boost

Sporting Life Price Boost

Sky Bet have enhanced the odds of a treble on Monday's football, exclusively for Sporting Life readers.

Horses parade in the sun at Sandown Park

Sporting Life: Tipping record

A look at how the Sporting Life recommended bets have performed in September 2018.

Lewis Grabban scores from the spot

Sporting Life Acca lands

Wins for Nottingham Forest, Charlton Athletic, Doncaster Rovers and Exeter City ensured Sporting Life's Saturday Football accumulator landed.