Newcastle v Everton, Forest v Fulham and more: clockwatch – live

Updates from the Premier League kick-offs and beyondLive scores: all the goals around the UK as they go in

The big news of the day, which has an effect on this season’s EFL and perhaps next season’s EPL. Contrast Leicester with Brighton, who delivered the following results, per PA Media:

A post-tax profit of £122.8million for the 2022-23 season, up from £24.1m in the previous financial year. Turnover for the period was the club’s highest, rising by 17.2 per cent to £204.5m, against £174.5m in the 2021-22 campaign. The figures include the fees received for Alexis Mac Allister, Yves Bissouma and Marc Cucurella, as well as compensation for former head coach Graham Potter’s move to Chelsea.

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