Roy Hodgson’s departure leaves a handful of managers still in some peril, but with ‘no manager to leave’ now firmly among the favourites as well.
Bayern Munich standout Harry Kane is reportedly ‘open’ to a ‘shock’ summer move as Tottenham Hotspur fight Newcastle United for a £34m striker.
You might think Chelsea are bad but even their transfer incompetence is dwarfed by Manchester United, whose squad is worth 17.4% less than they paid.
Newcastle United and Eddie Howe had Martin Dubravka to thank after he saved them from embarrassment in their last-16 FA Cup clash at Blackburn.
Forget the league table, it’s all about the Premier League net spend table. And Chelsea, Man Utd and Arsenal are ahead of the other 17.
We’re 26 games into the Premier League season and this is the XI that has wowed so far. At least according to the algorithms.
Goals are great, but what’s even better than actual goals? Expected goals. And, according to xG, Man Utd are rotten…
Guglielmo Vicario has been a hell of a signing for Spurs, while Emiliano Martinez has been showing his class.
Generally speaking the nearer the team is to the top of this list the more fun they are to watch. Liverpool leading makes sense but look at the City chaos.
Liverpool and Manchester City are now the only Premier League teams yet to lose from a winning position this season.
Mo Salah has scored 15 Premier League goals but he should have scored 15 goals! Jarrod Bowen has scored 14 when he should have scored nine!
Manchester United created the third-most Big Chances in the Premier League last season. This term, it’s a woefully different story.
Have Chelsea got it in them to bounce back against a buoyant Leeds side and save their season? Newcastle also need a reaction, as do Man Utd, perhaps with help ...
Here are the top 10 players owned by their xG through the Premier League season so far. Erling Haaland should have scored two more.
Here are the Premier League players to have created the most chances this season. Bruno Fernandes is on for his second win.
Premier League winners and losers: Liverpool join Manchester United in losers because we live for drama
We’re being naughty and putting Liverpool in the losers section on a weekend where they won a literal trophy with actual kids. We can explain.
From goals to progressive carries, here are some Premier League statistics for you to enjoy. We have the leaders across 22 metrics.
Newcastle’s team barely turned up at Arsenal but half of their outfield starters make the Worst XI from the Premier League weekend…
Caoimhin Kelleher’s Carabao Cup final heroics for Liverpool have seen him shoot up in our ranking of the best back-up goalkeepers in the Premier League…
Liverpool fans revel in their Reds winning the Carabao Cup final against all the odds – a triumph made all the sweeter for Will Ford’s nausea…
The Premier League TV table top four is a little different to the traditional one, with Liverpool, Arsenal and Man Utd all battling it out for the title.
There’s no doubt that James Maddison returned from injury rather less dynamic. The pack are closing in.
Arsenal produced one of the best Premier League halves in recent memory to bully Newcastle. Vindication for Mikel Arteta, but embarrassing for Eddie Howe.
Arsenal kept the pace in the Premier League title race with a stunning victory over Newcastle at the Emirates to stay within two points of leaders Liverpool.
No Premier League club has received more manager bookings than Nottingham Forest this season, hence Mark Clattenburg. Mikel Arteta finally has competition.
Here are ten Premier League players currently out on loan that we think have played their final match for their parent club.
The Carabao Cup final means there are only eight Premier League games this weekend. Not to worry, Robbie Savage still has enough to work with, folks.
The truth behind Newcastle’s Manchester United ‘warning’ and Ratcliffe’s REAL thoughts on the Glazers
Eddie Howe has hit back at Sir Jim Ratcliffe with a ‘warning’ which will stun Manchester United as much as the truth about what the Glazers are REALLY like.
The Mailbox disputes the theory that Bayern Munich would be a better career move for Xabi Alonso than Liverpool. Also: Man Utd are back; and stick your red flags where ...
The Carabao Cup final pits inconsistent Chelsea against a Liverpool squad down to the bare bones. Also in a Big Weekend: Arsenal need to get back in their stride…