Two second-half goals from Shinji Okazaki and Islam Slimani piled more pressure on Jurgen Klopp.
This list includes a player signed this summer who wasn't named in his club's 25-man squad. Weird.
Liverpool, Man United, Michy Batshuayi, Everton, England Women and lovely Dries Mertens...
Jurgen Klopp did not mean to give that much away but he ended up naming three of his latest team.
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.
Leicester boss Craig Shakespeare insists it is time to start turning performances into results following a difficult beginning to their Premier League campaign.
Mathias Jorgensen knows what it will take to counter the threat of Leicester's Jamie Vardy.
Benedikt Howedes was in talks with both Arsenal and Leicester before joining Juventus on loan.
Roberto Di Matteo tops the list but who else was parachuted in to achieve great things?
Plenty on Sadio Mane, Kevin de Bruyne, Harry Kane, Everton's stodge, Liverpool's capitulation.
Manchester City's squad is the most expensively assembled in history. And Liverpool cost more than Arsenal.
Bacary Sagna could be staying in the Premier League, with two clubs interested.
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