A comprehensive review of all the night's football news, plus a look ahead to the morning headlines and a full round-up of the rest of the sports news. Also in HD
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho expects a "very difficult" test when Tottenham visit Old Trafford on Super Sunday.
Burnley's Andre Gray has again insisted that he is not homophobic, despite his FA ban for sending offensive tweets.
Watford and Everton meet in the Premier League on Saturday in a "derby" that few people might actually know about.
Geraint Hughes spends a day with Brighton fan Sam Elliott, as the SSNHQ reporter explores issues on disability in sport.
Roy Hodgson has told Sky Sports News HQ he is not finished in football and wants a job with a club or a national side.
New York City striker David Villa told SSNHQ the Premier League is not on his radar after being named MLS's MVP for 2016.
David Haye has dismissed Tony Bellew's complaint he was punched during the pair's explosive head-to-head in London.
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