Three Premier League games are scheduled to go ahead today. Manchester City will travel to Newcastle United in a battle of two of the league's richest clubs, Wolves welcome Chelsea and then Tottenham take on Liverpool in an eye-catching tie. Follow all the action here on The Sportsman, as well as updates from around the world of football.
After Liverpool's 2-2 draw, Jurgen Klopp told Paul Tierney "I have no problem with any referee's, only you". The Reds boss received a yellow in the game and was unhappy with controversial decisions made.
That game had it all. Huge chances, controversial decisions and plenty of goals. The final score is 2-2 at the Tottenham Hotspurs Stadium.
VAR concludes that Andy Robertson deserves a red card for his tackle on Emerson Royal.
We are level again! Alisson comes out and Son goes past the keeper to roll the ball in the back of the net. What a game this is.
Another header scored for Liverpool, this goal send Liverpool in front and they have Andy Robertson to thank.
What an entertaining first-half of football! From red card shouts to missed chances, it was non-stop. We hope the second-half is just as good.
Jurgen Klopp was left fuming as Diogo Jota seemed to have been knocked down by Emerson Royal in the penalty box.
Diogo Jota heads the ball into the back of the net to level the score.
Tanguy Ndombele sets Harry Kane up perfectly and he provides a top finish to put Spurs in front.
Two goals to bring you from Hampden. Hibs took the lead through Hanlon, before Kyogo answered for the Hoops a minute later. Game on in the cup final!
Manchester City will go into Christmas atop the Premier League table, while Newcastle United may need a miracle befitting 34th Street to escape the drop come May.
Chelsea drop points at Wolves, a game they requested was postponed due to a Covid outbreak at the London club.
Hibernian and Celtic are at a stalemate at Hampden, with 0-0 your half-time score.
And it is confirmed, Manchester City will be top this Christmas. Pep Guardiola's team once again pulled out a top performance as Newcastle continue to struggle in the relegation zone.
Raheem Sterling get his name on the scoresheet.
VAR came to the rescue after Riyad Mahrez's goal was wrongly ruled out for offside.
Wolves 0-0 Chelsea
Newcastle 0-2 Man City
Newcastle fans will feel robbed as Ederson takes out Ryan Fraser in the box.
Individual brilliance from Joao Cancelo give Manchester City a 2-0 lead at St James.
Daniel Podence's opener is ruled out as Raul Jimenez was in an offside position and interfered with play.
A defensive horror show leaves the Man City defender free and clear to nod the ball past Dubravka. He won't have an easier chance all season.
It's a young bench for Eddie Howe, as the Newcastle United manager looks to overcome the daunting task of a visit from Manchester City.
Imagine having a squad deep enough to keep Phil Foden and Jack Grealish on the bench! It's a strong side from Pep Guardiola, as he looks to win on the road.
Here's how Bruno Lage's home side line-up ahead of their tricky 2pm kick-off against the European champions.
It has emerged that Chelsea had a postponement request turned down ahead of this afternoon's fixture, after five positive tests in their camp. Here is the line-up they've managed to put together for their visit to Molineux.
Prepare for the day ahead by catching up on yesterday's one and only Premier League game. Read our report of Arsenal putting on a show against a beleaguered Leeds United below.