QPR secured a 1-1 draw with Sheffield Wednesday on Tuesday evening.
Newcastle United have been to Spain to partake in some warm weather training.
Albert Adomah fell out of favour at Middlesbrough earlier in the month.
The striker is currently out injured but had netted 28 goals this season.
Aston Villa's Callum Robinson netted an important goal for Preston North End.
The Reds legend believes that Jurgen Klopp would need to spend £200m to make his side competitive at the top.
Chris Cohen has made five appearances for Nottingham Forest since returning from injury.
Patrick van Aanholt has scored four goals for Sunderland this season.
The former Toffees striker believes Roberto Martinez's side could replicate the achievements of Leicester City.
Queens Park Rangers winger Nasser El Khayati has made four appearances for them so far.
Steve Bruce spent big at Aston Villa in the January transfer window to try and improve their squad, but they are yet to win in 2017.
Former Spurs star feels the North London duo are both set up to reach the semi finals.
Nottingham Forest lost 2-1 to Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.
Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with a player who could be better than the Manchester United left-back.
Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers brought Kouassi Eboue to Glasgow during the January transfer window.
Liverpool are reportedly set to renew their interest in Leicester's Ben Chilwell.
Rangers could be closing in on Southampton's Director of Scouting Ross Wilson.
Tottenham Hotspur are said to be keeping a close eye on the Portuguese winger.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Vincent Janssen could have joined Galatasaray in the January transfer window.
The Chelsea striker looks certain to leave at the end of the season with Celtic and Rangers circling.
Morgan Stanley has hired Jako van der Walt to lead its investment banking business for South Africa, rejoining the firm he left about 10 years ago, according to a memo obtained by Bloomberg News.
The 13% drop in U.S. stocks from their 2015 highs has not only messed with tens of thousands of working-class 401(k) accounts, but also knocked more than a dozen American executives from the billionaires’ club.
JPMorgan said it faces further investigations into conflicts of interest in the way it sold and used its own investment products.