Thoughts on Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham fatigue, entertainment, Steve Bruce and more...
Arsene Wenger is delighted with how Calum Chambers is performing for Middlesbrough this season.
Wayne Rooney was absent from the Manchester United squad at Chelsea due to a training injury.
It is lovely to see Tottenham display a backbone, but there is a fine line. And elbows probably cross it.
Klopp says it takes more than an easy-on-the-eye victory over West Brom to leave him fully satisfied.
Carlo Ancelotti thinks it will be "difficult" for his former side Chelsea to win the Premier League.
Gary Lineker poked fun at The Sun newspaper before Match of the Day on Saturday night
Richard Bevan expects axed England boss Sam Allardyce to return to the game and join the one thousand club.
This is Tim Sherwood's world, and we're all honoured enough to live in it. What a man.
Jose Mourinho admits he will not be considered the 'special one' if he fails to win any trophies with Manchester United
Liverpool miss the chance to move top of the Premier League despite beating West Brom.
Mauricio Pochettino admits Spurs were suffering from a Champions League hangover at Bournemouth.
"At least you can have a drink on your birthday. When you win you deserve it, when you don't you need it."
"The match official thinks it's onside, I definitely think it's offside." The poor bugger.
"For my birthday they have given me three points against Copenhagen and three points today."
"It's one of those days when you cannot believe you lost the game," rues Ronald Koeman.
Arsenal had Petr Cech to thank as Middlesbrough threatened to come away from the Emirates with a win.
Ahmed Musa's first goal for Leicester helped the Premier League champions ease to a 3-1 victory over Crystal Palace.
Scott Arfield's dramatic injury-time goal fired Burnley to an impressive victory over Everton.
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