Here is how West Ham United and Sunderland line up this afternoon...
Arsenal were defeated 2-0 by Barcelona in midweek.
Former Leeds United striker Paul Dickov says that he would struggle to work to the best of his ability under owner Massimo Cellino.
Here is how Wolverhampton Wanderers and Derby County will line up this afternoon...
The Blues boss calls on the club's hierarchy to reward Jacques Maghoma with a new contract.
The Hammers take on their former manager's Sunderland side this weekend.
The Spanish striker was with Rangers for six years.
Adam Armstrong has been a real hit at Coventry City.
The Spurs goalkeeper says that Ryan Mason exemplifies what the club should be looking for in a player.
The Leeds boss has been discussing the former Brighton man.
We take a look at the best centre-back pairings that the Premier League has to offer, with Tottenham, Arsenal and Manchester United all represented.
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly planning to sign young centre-backs and there are few more promising than the Frenchman.
Celtic were humbled by the Bundesliga side last night.
Aston Villa won on their travels for the first time in 14 months against Reading.
Here is how we predict Leeds United and Wolverhampton Wanderers will line up this weekend:
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.
Here's the heartwarming story of a Goldman Sachs high-yield bond trader named Tom Malafronte, who bought bonds when customers were selling them, and sold them when customers were buying, and made $100m between January and June.
The Wall Street rat is going to get more fat.
Germany's financial regulator will take no further action against Deutsche Bank over alleged interest rate rigging and precious metals price fixing, the country's largest bank said last week.
George Osborne has warned he may have to impose bigger than expected cuts to public spending towards the end of the current parliament as the “storm clouds” in the global economy hit economic growth.