West Ham and Crystal Palace will go head-to-head for Blackburn’s Bradley Dack report the Sun newspaper.
Dack was accused of criminal damage while out partying with pals in Manchester in September 2017 following a 1-0 win over his former club Gillingham. After police were called to the scene, he shoved a police officer before trying to run away. He was sentenced to a year-long community order, 100 hours’ unpaid work and £85 costs. A further 40 hours were added when he later breached it on two occasions.
In September this year, Dack was forced to apologise after landing himself back in court for breaching it for the third time. Speaking after the hearing before Blackburn Magistrates in September, he said: “I am truly sorry about this matter. I have no excuses and will accept the additional punishment handed down to me today.
“I would like to apologise to the court and to Blackburn Rovers Football Club for any embarrassment caused. As expressed in court, I am committed to completing my community order and will do so in the time limit imposed.”