The Australian is the throwback all-rounder in a sport of increasing specialism.
History repeating itself at Liverpool? The ultimate pragmatist returns? Pressure on Bilic?
No Man United players either, but Philippe Coutinho and Christian Eriksen make it.
Almost nothing happened at Turf Moor, but let's all just pretend that the report is worth reading...
Huddersfield's growing injury list offers striker Elias Kachunga the ideal chance to break his Premier League goalscoring duck at Burnley on Saturday.
Also get on wins for Burnley, Chelsea, Everton, Manchester City and Newcastle. Degsy knows, people.
Olivier Giroud is the obvious place to start, but what of the other 19 Premier League clubs?
Forget league position: How are teams doing according to expectation? Come this way...
Why spend time and money developing eight-year-olds that get cherry-picked by the big clubs?
They don't have a lot of creativity and they foul a lot. But isn't it wonderful?
Man United's late goals and pace, Tottenham at Wembley, Liveprool's wasteful shooting. All here...
Depoitre's opener after half-time was canceled out by a Vardy pen minutes later as the spoils were shared...
You can also stick your money on Manchester United to win, and BTTS at Liverpool v Burnley.
Mathias Jorgensen knows what it will take to counter the threat of Leicester's Jamie Vardy.
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