Leeds United were beaten 1-0 by Watford this weekend.
Derby County beat Brentford 3-1 at Griffin Park this weekend.
Paul Lambert expects a tough encounter when West Ham visit Ewood Park in the FA Cup this afternoon.
Jonjo Shelvey joined Newcastle United from Swansea City in January.
Nottingham Forest midfielder Gary Gardner is on loan from Aston Villa.
Ex-Leeds star Harry Kewell has spoken about his former club.
Kevin Wimmer had to wait until January before making a Premier League start for Tottenham Hotspur.
Rodney Marsh believes Aston Villa's Brad Guzan has another year before returning to MLS, suggesting Newcastle or West Brom should move for him.
Celtic have some very exciting young players to call on.
Rangers signed Billy King on loan from Heart of Midlothian in the January transfer window.
North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are fighting for the Premier League title this season.
This is how we predict Manchester United and Chelsea will line up this weekend:
Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil has been in fine form this season.
Leeds United won 1-0 today, but the former striker wants them to score more goals.
Rangers boss Mark Warburton could be looking for temporary replacements at Ibrox.
The Irish international has shown good form since joining Leeds.
Aston Villa and Sunderland have gone through numerous managers in recent years.
Murphy has so far made just one appearance for Newcastle United in all competitions.
Chadli has been in fine form this season and he has been a driving force in West Brom's good start this season.
The Welshman was impressed with the performance of the Belgian midfielder.
In his Antimémoires, the French writer and politician André Malraux recalls a conversation with President de Gaulle after the second world war in which De Gaulle said he planned to nationalise the banks and public utilities.
Television’s EU referendum, now the Brussels deal is done,won’t be some simple 90-minute debate between Out and Remain – still less a few Ask Dave or Nigel Question Times on May 2015 election lines.
Wit is one of those rare English words whose scintillating but slippery side-effects can thrill or enrage in equal measure.