- Mon Feb 19 11:41 AM
RALPH ELLIS: It's early days but there are the beginnings of a partnership between Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku
which would be great news for Manchester United.
- Sun Feb 18 10:31 PM
JACK GAUGHAN AT THE HAWTHORNS: Amid the fall-out from that night in Barcelona, perhaps the most intriguing questions centre on the involvement of Jonny Evans
- Sat Feb 17 8:22 PM
JACK GAUGHAN AT THE HAWTHORNS: West Brom, deep in chaos with Pardew’s future hanging in the balance even before the Barcelona taxi heist, at least showed they still care.
- Sat Feb 17 8:13 PM
Twelve-time FA Cup winners Manchester United will play Brighton in the quarter-finals of the competition. Chelsea will travel to Leicester in the other all Premier League clash.
- Sat Feb 17 6:26 PM
Alan Pardew will make a decision on the West Brom captaincy this week. Usual skipper Jonny Evans
started in the defeat by Southampton but Pardew gave the armband to Gareth McAuley.
- Sat Feb 17 4:51 PM
JACK GAUGHAN AT THE HAWTHORNS: This could be just the remedy the Saints need having suffered some severe wounds on the battle ground of the Premier League this season.
- Sat Feb 17 1:29 PM
West Bromwich Albion and Southampton's seasons are turning into a nightmare but both have a chance to seal progression to the FA Cup quarter-finals at The Hawthorns. Follow it live here.
- Fri Feb 16 6:57 PM
Mauricio Pellegrino has challenged Manolo Gabbiadini to be 'really well-prepared', but admitted the Italy striker remains crucial to Southampton's Premier League survival fight.
- Fri Feb 16 11:52 AM
Get the latest team news and stats ahead of the Emirates FA Cup fifth round clash between West Bromwich Albion vs Southampton at The Hawthorns.
- Fri Feb 16 10:55 AM
It’s FA Cup weekend with eight ties spread over four days and we’ve got a game-by-game betting guide as the remaining teams eye a place in the quarter-finals.
- Thu Feb 15 11:31 PM
The FA Cup is no stranger to shock results and this weekend's fifth round ties see a host of potential banana skins among the Premier League's elite. Sportsmail assesses each fixture's shock value.
- Tue Feb 13 12:24 PM
Premier League clubs paid out a staggering £134.2million to injured players during the first half of the season - with Manchester United the hardest hit.