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MORNING, FOOTBALL FANS

Another busy weekend of Premier League football began last night with Wolves edging out Leeds at Molineux, thanks to an Adama Traore thunderbolt that cannoned off the post and in off the unlucky, floored Illan Meslier.

The games continue to come thick and fast today, beginning with Chelsea’s lunchtime trip to Southampton.

Set to start is Callum Hudson-Odoi, who appears to have carved out a new niche for himself at right wing-back under new boss Thomas Tuchel.

And despite having more defensive responsibilities, the homegrown talent isn’t relenting on his attacking targets.

He told the club’s official website: “You scoring or assisting helps the team win so I look at it like that.

“If I can get a goal one game and then maybe the next game I get an assist and the next game a goal again, it’s helpful for all aspects.”

Meanwhile, in the Championship, managerless AFC Bournemouth make the trip to the capital this afternoon – in what could be the last game under the guidance of caretaker manager Jonathan Woodgate.

SunSport told you yesterday that the Cherries have officially approached CF Montreal for their manager Thierry Henry.

The Gunners legend is believed to have beaten off competition from former team-mate Patrick Vieira, as well as ex-Huddersfield manager David Wagner.

Finally, SunSport exclusively revealed last night that an England star is addicted to powerful sleeping tablets and mixing them with booze during wild parties

The Premier League hero has been popping pack after pack of Zopiclone after buying them on the black market.



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