Not too many high-profile losers this week but Rashford, Hazard, Arsenal and Sterling are among winners.
Plus some love for Conte and Walcott, hate for England, and conflict over Rooney. Obviously.
The Baggies are set to break their transfer record twice with Pulis desperate for reinforcements.
Tony Pulis re-iterated his desire to bring in new faces as West Brom were booed off after their draw against Middlesbrough.
West Bromwich Albion and Middlebrough played out a goalless draw as both sides missed the opportunity to move into the top six.
We do not fancy West Brom's chances up against United, Barcelona, Bayern, Arsenal and Tottenham...
"He has never been relegated in I don't know how many games in the Premier League," says Boro boss.
There's no doubt about the game to watch (it already looks big for Klopp) but we're moist for Man United...
"We're close to a point where maybe we have to look at alternatives," Mark Hughes concedes.
West Brom lost on penalties to Northampton and Pulis admits they should have hit "double figures".
Plus Arsenal have less of a plan than Cardiff, Liverpool knee-jerks and a new Bosman ruling for Schlupp.
Well they're not going to pay that, are they? Arsenal suffer yet another setback in pursuit of defender.
Tony Pulis has actually signed a full-back. We repeat: Tony Pulis has actually signed a full-back.
Yaya Toure, Matteo Darmian and Loic Remy among the poor souls.
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