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.
Arsenal midfielder Francis Coquelin was anonymous against Bayern Munich.
Wabara was one of several options snubbed by the Leeds United boss, who eventually signed Luke Ayling instead.
Charlie Taylor was initially expected to be back in Leeds United training this week.
Tottenham Hotspur are set to take on Gent in the Europa League later this evening.
Profit at the division slumped.
Tony Xia is quickly learning that actions speak louder than words as Aston Villa continue to slide down the table.
The Leeds United boss has been mentioned as a possible successor to Mark Warburton after the former Rangers boss's acrimonious exit from Ibrox last week.
The Aberdeen boss is among the leading contenders to replace Mark Warburton, sacked as Rangers boss on Friday, at Ibrox.
Moussa Sissoko and Erik Lamela have both struggled at Tottenham Hotspur this season.
Leeds United prospect Eoghan Stokes continues to state his case.
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.