Good afternoon and welcome to our live football blog this Sunday.
After the madness of yesterday, the Premier League looks set to deliver yet again as Manchester United travel across the M62 to Leeds, while Wolves host Leicester later on.
Elsewhere, there is action north of the border, and England's Lionesses are in action against top quality opposition in Spain in the Arnold Clark Cup. It should be a cracking afternoon, and we will bring you all the live news and goal updates, right here.
An incredible video of a football game in Italy between nuns.
Wolves move above Tottenham in the table after a 2-1 home win over Leicester.
Jack Wilshere signs for Danish side Aarhus until the end of the season.
67' Daniel Podence
Daniel Podence fires Wolves in front, another wonderful goal from outside the box for Wolves.
Youri Tielemans' pass starts the attack, Marc Albrighton is there to cross the ball in for Ademola Lookman who puts Leicester level.
Aurelien Tchouameni is hard done by as he is sent off for these two challenges...
He appeared to get the ball, but both the referee and VAR agree that his second yellow should stand...
9' Ruben Neves
Jimenez puts the ball back for Ruben Neves who scores from outside the box.
Manchester United survived a spirited Leeds comeback in treacherous conditions to secure a battling 4-2 over their fierce rivals.
It was goals galore at Elland Road, Manchester United beat rivals Leeds 4-2.
89' Anthony Elanga
Anthony Elanga makes it four for Manchester United.
Manchester United regain their lead, Jadon Sancho sets up Fred who fires the ball past Meslier.
Two goals in TWENY-FOUR SECONDS for Leeds United. Incredible. The sub gets the second.
'45+4 Bruno Fernandes
Jadon Sancho floats the ball into the box and finds Bruno Fernandes, Manchester United score from another header.
34' Harry Maguire
The corner is delivered by Luke Shaw and the Manchester United captain is the first to the ball and heads it in the back of the net.
Unsurprisingly, David de Gea tops the list for the most saves in the Premier League this season.
Gordon McQueen, Denis Irwin, Eric Cantona, Rio Ferdinand. Plenty of noteworthy players have crossed the Elland Road-Old Trafford divide. Perhaps no player has split opinion while doing it as much as Alan Smith.
Manchester City have released a statement on Phil Foden in response to a video of a fight which involved the City star and his family.
The Manchester United captain has received plenty of criticism lately but Paul Merson believes he is being let down by his team.
Paul Merson has sympathy for Harry Maguire and calls for his teammates to protect him on the pitch