Liverpool to beat Spurs in an Anfield classic, and Man United to ease past Huddersfield. Simple.
Not a good midweek for Chelsea and Manchester United. Bournemouth and Swansea top the winners...
Arsenal are winners; Wenger is not. Nor are Newcastle or Liverpool, but what of Man United?
That's almost double the previous record. Two-thirds was spent by the top six clubs...
Southampton and Brighton couldn't be separated at St Mary's as they toiled to a draw.
Surely this will be the busiest January Deadline Day in years? Who needs what and how much?
Arsenal breaking their record on Aubameyang, Mahrez going nowhere, Newcastle all a loan...
Wigan vs Manchester City is probably the pick of the ties, but the big clubs will be happy...
Leonardo Ulloa has finally left Leicester, initially on loan, after being allowed to return to Brighton...
The January transfer window is over. We have every single completed deal involving a Premier League club here.
Glenn Murray scored in injury-time to give Brighton a 1-0 win over Middlesbrough in the FA Cup 4th round.
Chris Hughton hopes a morale-boosting FA Cup win can give Brighton confidence going into successive games against Premier League relegation rivals.
Martial to score first, Sterling to do the same and upsets for Brighton, Huddersfield and West Ham
Which players are making their case for chances at their parent clubs? And does the loan system work?
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