Evening Report: September 27
Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham and Barcelona news
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has admitted he was delighted with Juan Mata's performance against Swindon Town in the Capital One Cup.
Mourinho said the Spaniard has made a 'big effort' to win back a place in Chelsea's starting line-up.
Manchester United coach Phil Neville has revealed his delight at 'returning home' to Old Trafford.
Neville feels like he has never been away from the Premier League champions despite leaving Manchester United in 2005.
Sergio Aguero and David Silva have been ruled out of Manchester City's Premier League encounter with Aston Villa.
Silva has missed the last four games with a thigh strain and Aguero is struggling with a knock he picked up against Manchester United.
Tottenham defender Kyle Walker received a stern telling off from his mum for being caught taking laughing gas.
The England international now wants to concentrate on his football after admitting it was a 'stupid thing to do'.
Former Arsenal defender Sol Campbell has revealed he came close to joining Roy Hodgson's England coaching staff until Gary Neville 'popped up'.
Campbell is on the lookout for a coaching job and is willing to move abroad to seal a management role.
And finally, Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta has warned his teammates that they have to keep improving if they want to grow as a team.
Barcelona are currently top of La Liga - level on points with Atletico Madrid.