Roy Hodgson has warned Palace against thinking West Ham won't be a threat without Arnautovic.
The festive fixtures period is upon us. Which forgotten players will come in from the cold for their Premier League clubs?
Might Roy Hodgson be out of a job by January? At least Jose Mourinho has been allowed to spend *some* money.
Both the north London and Merseyside derbies are intriguing as all heck. As is N'Golo Kante's current predicament.
There is confusion over Manchester United's quest to keep David de Gea. And a Liverpool striker is in demand.
Is Mesut Ozil the only man not guaranteed to start despite being his club's highest-paid player? Noooooope.
Forget Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Man City and Spurs - who is starring for the Premier League's smaller clubs?
Moussa Sissoko has lost just once in his last 22 starts for Tottenham. He is Mauricio Pochettino's best boy.
Patrick Van Aanholt has revealed that constant loan spells away from Chelsea made him want to quit.
How Man United could do with a fast, experienced, skilful winger. And Chelsea a young, brilliant centre-half.
Ian Wright says he received racist abuse from some of his own team-mates early on in his career.
Kenny Cunningham holds the overall record. But which current players have gone the longest without scoring?
Arsenal are on course to set a Premier League record, Brighton are the new West Brom, and much more.
Three stats per club means 60 stats overall. Jose Mourinho will be turning in his non-existent grave.
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