Today on LiveScore: European action and an exclusive interview
The Europa League and Europa Conference League return tonight after two thrilling days of Champions League football.
West Ham, Leicester and Tottenham are all in action as the group stage reaches the business end.
European action continues
West Ham travel to Rapid Wien knowing that a fourth victory in this season’s tournament will confirm their spot at the top of Group H.
Angelo Ogbonna had been a mainstay in the Hammers’ Premier League defence until he suffered a season-ending injury but he was yet to feature in Europe.
The teams David Moyes has put out on Thursday nights can give a clue as to how they can cope without the Italian.
Despite their struggles at home and abroad this term, victory for Leicester against Legia Warsaw would put them top of Group C.
To do that, the Foxes need to improve on recent performances including the 3-0 defeat at home to Chelsea last Saturday.
We look at what Brendan Rodgers can do tactically to get his side firing like we know they can again.
Antonio Conte and Tottenham travel to Mura with their spot in the knockout stages of the Europa Conference League still not confirmed.
But the Italian has bigger fish to try in North London as Spurs look to launch an unlikely assault on the top four.
We pick out five realistic targets who could improve Tottenham’s squad in the January transfer window.
Exclusive: Carl Rushworth
There were plenty of raised eyebrows when Robert Sanchez usurped Mat Ryan as Brighton’s No1 last season.
But he is not the only Seagulls youngster impressing between the sticks.
Currently on loan at Walsall, 20-year-old Carl Rushworth has put in a number of fine displays for the Saddlers in League Two.
He sat down with LiveScore to talk about the campaign so far, life at the Bescot Stadium and his ambitions in football.
Dennis the Menace
Watford winger Emmanuel Dennis is no longer flying under the radar at Vicarage Road.
Signed from Club Brugge in the summer, the Nigerian scored on his debut against Aston Villa and notched his fourth of the campaign against Manchester United.
The Hornets hotshot, 24, looks a shrewd acquisition for the Hertfordshire club and the early signs are he could quickly outgrow Claudio Ranieri's side.
The Eredivisie title race is already shaping into a classic with the Netherlands’ big three all firing on the pitch this term.
Ajax and PSV sit two points ahead of Feyenoord, who have played one game fewer than their fellow contenders.
And in Bryan Linssen and Guus Til, the Rotterdam club have two strikers in the form of their lives.
Before you go
Our daily transfer column brings you all the latest rumours from across the football world.
After smashing Juventus 4-0 on Tuesday night, Chelsea have been linked with a big-money move for winger Federico Chiesa.
Make sure you keep LiveScore open all day to keep up with the big news as well as reports from tonight’s main games.