No reason for Spurs and Liverpool to place ceilings on their expectations. Plus Arsene. Oh, Arsene.
One of the best in defence and attack, and on the longest current unbeaten run. Are Spurs contenders?
What the bloody hell is going on at Tottenham? They thrashed away day revellers West Ham with ease.
Mousa Dembele never sought to leave Spurs despite struggling for games under Mauricio Pochettino.
Karren Brady believes moving to the Olympic Stadium gives West Ham bragging rights over Tottenham.
Alexis Sanchez has played 29 games for club and country this season, at least three more than everyone else.
Eric Dier has thanked Mauricio Pochettino for defying the "fear" of selecting young players.
Brendan Rodgers wanted Dele Alli in the summer of 2014, but the club's transfer committee said no.
Dele Alli insists he still has a lot of learning and developing to do despite an excellent performance on his full debut for England.
It seems that Everton winger Gerard Deulofeu is a big fan of Hector Bellerin. Who isn't?
Liverpool have four fixtures to be shown on TV; Arsenal, Chelsea, both Manc clubs and Spurs all have two.
Emmanuel Adebayor is "physically ready" and desperate to prove a point in the Premier League, apparently.
Goalkeeper Marton Fulop has died at the age of 32, his former club MTK Budapest have announced.
Arsene Wenger believes Chelsea and Spurs could be handicapped by relocating temporarily.
Update your browser to view this website correctly.Update my browser now