Manchester City face a nervous wait after Everton were struck with a record points deduction for breaching Financial Fair Play rules.
The Toffees were hit with a 10-point penalty after an independent commission found the club guilty of breaching financial regulations, in the biggest points deduction in Premier League history, which now leaves Sean Dyche's side fighting for their safety in the division.
With City facing their own FFP charges, the sanctions will have been watched keenly by the decision-makers at the Etihad. In February, the Premier League directed 115 charges at City, which relate to a series of alleged breaches of financial rules between the 2009-10 and 2017-18 seasons, during which they won the title three times - City have strongly denied any wrongdoing.
Everton, while announcing they will appeal the decision, have stated they will be watching with interest how other clubs are treated in the future.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk