Rotherham United boss and former Sheffield United gaffer Neil Warnock says bring on Sheffield Wednesday.
West Brom's Saido Berahino was back on the scoresheet at the weekend.
Everton are ready to move for Napoli defender Koulibaly.
Rangers can win the Scottish Cup this season, says Gers defender James Tavernier.
Brighton host Leeds in the Championship.
Here is how we predict Sunderland and Crystal Palace will line up this week:
The Liverpool defender believes his brother may remain in England.
Garth Crooks has praised Liverpool defender Nathaniel Clyne.
Manchester United beat Arsenal 3-2 at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Here is how we predict Aston Villa and Everton will line up this week:
The former Celtic striker's latest jibe about Rangers was poor in its execution.
Newcastle United signed Mohamed Diame from Hull City last summer.
Burnley ace has heart set on Manchester United return.
It was once a symbol of everything that went right on Wall Street - a mighty cathedral of frenetic trading on the Connecticut Gold Coast.
Aston Villa have been listed as joint-favourites for Bristol City loanee Tammy Abraham, while Newcastle have been listed as contenders for his signature.
'The bank had already begun to make redundancies'.
Victor Anichebe's current contract at Sunderland expires at the end of the season.
Should Liverpool try and beat Southampton to Leeds' Pontus Jansson, as has been suggested in his homeland?
Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers head into their match with Celtic unbeaten under Pedro Caixinha's stewardship so far.
Tottenham Hotspur defender Eric Dier has been linked with a move to Manchester United.
The $5.3-trillion currency market is getting harder for traders to make money in as price changes that once took months or weeks now happen more quickly, says Hugh Killen, Westpac Banking’s head of trading for foreign exchange, fixed income and commodities.
HSBC has said that the U.S. Justice Department shut an antitrust probe into precious metals trading as prosecutors focus on a criminal fraud investigation.
Credit Suisse has begun selling $1.9bn of distressed-debt holdings that triggered losses at the end of last year, as part of an overhaul by CEO Tidjane Thiam, people with knowledge of the matter said.