There are 66 Premier League players whose deals expire in the summer. Should they stay or should they go?
Lukaku to bag against Liverpool? Son to score first at Bournemouth? Arsenal to lose to Watford again?
All of Manchester City's Premier League games are on TV. Four clubs miss out altogether.
Two goals from Steve Mounie helped Huddersfield on their way to a 4-1 victory over Bournemouth.
We had no idea Eddie Howe was being linked with the Chelsea job. By the sounds of it, neither did he.
Some silly fool has put Mo Salah as odds against to score anytime against Southampton. Mad.
Allardyce is a loser and so is his survival blueprint. Klopp joins him. But Mata and Ramsey are winning battles.
One man is on this list because his club demanded £95m. That man is not Adam Bogdan.
Liverpool to beat Spurs in an Anfield classic, and Man United to ease past Huddersfield. Simple.
Callum Wilson stopped short of naming Chelsea names, but said Bournemouth "targeted one side".
Arsenal are winners; Wenger is not. Nor are Newcastle or Liverpool, but what of Man United?
The January transfer window is over. We have every single completed deal involving a Premier League club here.
Two of Tottenham's PL goals this season were scored by new signings. What about every other club?
Sky Sports and BT Sport have announced 20 new televised Premier League fixtures for March and April.
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