Southampton manager Mauricio Pellegrino insists his Liverpool connections do not serve as an added incentive to beat their bitter rivals Manchester United.
Also get on wins for Burnley, Chelsea, Everton, Manchester City and Newcastle. Degsy knows, people.
Man City and Man United are threatening to race clear, but Pep says this is still a six-horse race.
Some headlines do the writer no favours. Plus Poch is criticised, and Sanchez overcomes playing against Donny.
The voice of football radio commentary for three decades, and a poet in his own right: "...and the sun shines now"
Man City and Man United are "flying", which makes Jurgen Klopp's job "even more difficult".
"I shall no longer speak of Madrid. They don't want me." Oh, Pierre-Emerick. Mate. You alright?
Manchester United's "happiness", Oxlade-Chamberlain's struggles, Tottenham's arsenal, Oumar Niasse...
Not for Crystal Palace. But William Gallas believes Mamadou Sakho "had everything to explode at Liverpool".
"Do you think any team in the world loves playing against us in this moment?" Man City, probably.
Olivier Giroud is the obvious place to start, but what of the other 19 Premier League clubs?
Liverpool and Spurs' problems are much bigger than Arsenal's. Everton and Saints do not escape censure.
And the fans are probably "really sick" of seeing it happen. Liverpool are a funny old club.
"The second half it was clear we were not that fluent, because we took Phil off." But it was Klopp's plan.
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