As we head in to this weekend, we take a look at the twelve teams in Premier League action. With the pick of the games Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur.
News, views and gossip relating to Tottenham Hotspur from the past 24 hours.
A round-up of news and views relating to Chelsea over the past 24 hours.
News, views, and rumours relating to Manchester United in the past 24 hours.
All of the latest Liverpool news.
All the latest news and gossip from The Emirates.
Patrice Evra has just a year to run on his current Manchester United contract from this summer, the club have to try and keep him.
Arsenal could do a lot worse than pushing Thomas Vermaelen into a holding midfield role.
The on loan midfielder has impressed in his spell at Wales, and Swansea might worry that the might miss out on De Guzman in the same way Gylfi Sigurdsson ended up at Tottenham Hotspur.
Nikica Jelavic has gone way off the boil this season scoring just six goals in 27 Premier League games, how do Everton perk him up?
Lloyd Blankfein: 'They have me on edge all the time'.
Jonathan de Bie impressed for Tottenham's under-18s at the weekend.
The young Tottenham Hotspur striker should be included in the match-day squad.
Which top firm missed out on the biggest deal of the year ?
Mark Warburton's Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers lost to Celtic....again.
Victor Moses impressed for Chelsea against Manchester United.
Garth Crooks says that Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez is playing like Luis Suarez at Liverpool a few years ago.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane is reportedly only two weeks away from returning to action.
Here is how we predict Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool will line up this week:
Tottenham loanee disappointed in Marseille's clash with PSG.
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With last Tuesday night’s unforgettable European tie between Manchester Utd and Real Madrid now consigned to history books, prior to kick off it was completely unfathomable as to just what kind of theatre would lie ahead, but apart from Manchester United fans, anyone else who watched the game cannot have gone home or turned off their TV sets that night feeling un-enthralled.
Aston Villa, Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur all now know who they will face in the final eight of the competition.