Here is how we predict Liverpool and Manchester United will line up this weekend:
Tottenham were defeated 1-0 by Leicester City on Wednesday evening.
Serious Aaron just stop it... please!
They beat Crystal Palace 1-0 on Wednesday evening.
The Leeds faithful are not overly keen on the new man.
Rangers have been linked with signing Toumani Diagouraga.
Barry Bannan has agreed a deal which will keep him at Sheffield Wednesday until 2019.
The Tottenham Hotspur midfielder will have a vital role to play in the months ahead.
The Stoke City forward is wanted back in Germany.
Carlton Cole has played four games for Celtic since signing in October.
The Croatian goalkeeper has little chance of a Chelsea breakthrough.
Brendan Rodgers launched Raheem Sterling's career at Liverpool and he could do the same with Manchester City prodigy Jadon Sancho at Celtic.
Southampton and AS Monaco are reportedly interested in signing Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Helder Costa in the summer transfer window.
West Ham United's Karren Brady is not a big fan of Manchester United's star man.
West Ham United vice-chairman Karren Brady recently had a chance meeting with Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy.
Tottenham Hotspur defender Jan Vertonghen could have joined Arsenal back in 2012.
Rangers teenager Myles Beerman has been hailed by former striker Gordon Dalziel.
West Ham United attacking midfielder Martin Samuelsen has been on loan at Peterborough United since January.
Pedro Caixinha's Rangers number three watched Norwich City on Monday, and may have been impressed by more than one of their players. Could an Ibrox move be on the cards?
Manchester United should consider the Leeds United defender over his Swedish compatriot Victor Lindelof.
Mergers between U.S. banks could hit the highest level in a decade this year, Rafferty Capital's Richard Bove told CNBC on Thursday.
Wall Street giant JP Morgan seems to have weathered market volatility, with revenues and profits both up from last year. Share price was up 2.02 per cent in pre market trading in New York, to $58.50.
Former Barclays currency trader Chris Ashton lost a complaint over whether he had been improperly identified in settlements related to the foreign-exchange scandal, handing the U.K. financial regulator its first win in a series of disputes over the issue.