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.
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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.
Steven Caulker has joined Liverpool on loan from Queens Park Rangers.
Graham Roberts claims the Arsenal man is not as good as Tottenham Hotspur's big Belgian.
The striker has struggled for first-team football since his return to the South Coast.
Mauricio Pochettino claims Kevin Wimmer is still in his plans.
Everton's reported summer target scored twice in the Champions League this week.
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Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, West Ham United and Manchester City are listed as possible destinations for Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge.
Newcastle's summer signing from Hull was a target for criticism despite his side's win against Barnsley.
West Ham United's latest update on the recovery of injury-plagued striker Andy Carroll has left fans scratching their heads.
'We're all in a long-term game'.
Leeds United winger Kemar Roofe has not impressed since joining from Oxford United.
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.