Aston Villa boss Dean Smith knows the forthcoming run of fixtures could be pivotal to his side’s Championship play-off hopes.
Reading striker Nelson Oliveira has thanked medical staff after he sustained horrific facial injuries in a clash during his home debut for the club.
Winger Yannick Bolasie has returned to Everton early after the player decided to cut short his loan spell at Aston Villa.
Wolves remain confident their pursuit of Tammy Abraham will not hit any unexpected problems.
Kemar Roofe struck in the fifth minute of stoppage time to complete a dramatic comeback and send Leeds back to the top of the Championship with a 3-2 win at Aston Villa.
The focus of the footballing world will shift to the Premier League on Boxing Day, ahead of the eagerly anticipated traditional post-Christmas fixtures.
What the papers say Fulham are preparing for a January move for Leicester’s Islam Slimani, according to the Daily Telegraph. Claudio Ranieri, the new manager at Fulham, is looking to boost the club’s hopes of Premier League survival, the paper says. Slimani is currently on loan at Fenerbahce but the Turkish club are said to be prepared to cut the deal short next month.
The Champions League took a back seat on Wednesday night as two former European champions stole the limelight in a 5-5 Sky Bet Championship thriller.
Harlee Dean is writing his name into Birmingham folklore – as fans get his face inked on their skin.
Homes Under The Hammer presenter Dion Dublin has said he suffered racial abuse for the first time in around 15 years.
From a severed pig’s head and a Vespa scooter, now add a cabbage.
Police are hunting a football fan who hurled a cabbage towards Aston Villa manager Steve Bruce after allegedly shouting abuse from the stands.
Six weeks out injured and two multi-million bids for him rejected yet wanted man Scott McKenna remained unfazed throughout.
Aston Villa boss Steve Bruce today refused to rule out making another move for Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna.
Dons boss Derek McInnes today admitted Scott McKenna could be sold in January.
Boss Derek McInnes today claimed the Dons were always confident of retaining Scott McKenna beyond the transfer window.
Aberdeen have rejected a bid for £7 million from Aston Villa for Scott McKenna, which would have seen the defender move to the English club on loan before a permanent deal in January, according to reports.
WATCH: Former Aberdeen chief executive Wyness stars in Aston Villa’s questionable Grabban announcement video
Former Aberdeen chief executive Keith Wyness was thrust into the limelight last night - as the star of Aston Villa's video announcing the loan signing of Bournemouth's Lewis Grabban.
Here's a full round-up of all of this weekend's Barclays Premier League action.