Tony Pulis has accused Roberto Martinez of "sour grapes" after West Brom beat Everton last weekend.
Lots on Van Gaal, Pardew, McClaren and Welbeck. Plus the man who makes Liverpool's attack tick
Everton had 76% of the possession and 32 attempts, but, y'know, Tony Pulis and all that.
West Brom needed penalties to beat Peterborough and reach the FA Cup fifth round.
Newcastle are out of the bottom three, but West Brom are just six points above the drop zone.
Has Leicester's rise while playing largely entertaining football screwed over Tony Pulis et al?
Lots of lovely words on Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool, Spurs, Crystal Palace and Sunderland
Fewer deals happening actually means more interesting conclusions. Come read the analysis...
West Brom are thought to be determined to keep Berahino despite a club-record bid from Newcastle.
Chelsea host Man City in the FA Cup fifth round, while Man United travel to Shrewsbury and Arsenal face Hull.
West Brom are continuing to insist that Saido Berahino will not be sold before next week's transfer deadline.
Chelsea and West Brom have both been fined and warned by the FA for being naughty.
Van Gaal gets a proper kicking - for the last time? Plus Firmino, Martinez and Arsenal's mental strength
Aston Villa avoided defeat for the ffith game in a row, but a 0-0 draw against West Brom won't be enough.
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