Man City are winning the title in style, Tottenham and Arsenal are winning, and Liverpool are scoring.
"I don't do relegation," said Mark Hughes in December. His fault or not, he might help take two down...
The title race is on. Man United are beating Swansea, while Everton are holding Man City.
Time to go through each Premier League club to discover their next England debutant, no?
Manchester United v Tottenham will be on BBC One. What a bloody terrestrial delight.
There are 66 Premier League players whose deals expire in the summer. Should they stay or should they go?
They did wonderful things, but gained neither individual nor team honour. The longlist was bloody long...
Luke Shaw is leaving Man Utd. His teammates are 'angry'. Three clubs want to sign him this summer.
In an industry populated by bluster and banter, Danny Higginbotham has proven that loudest is not best.
A more underwhelming list you might never have seen. Who has played most under Mark Hughes?
Mark Hughes could have the honour of taking two clubs down in one season. Southampton want him.
Mourinho topples Klopp, Auba deserves credit, Zaha is magic, West Ham and Southampton are not.
Mauricio Pellegrino "would like to say sorry to our fans" for Southampton being a bit rubbish.
Newcastle pull clear of the relegation zone with a commanding win. Southampton? Oh dear.
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