Alex Iwobi scored his first goal for Arsenal in a 2-0 win at Everton.
West Ham United and Chelsea clashed at Stamford Bridge this weekend.
Spurs will probably need to add to their front line if they qualify for next season's Champions League.
Nico Rosberg started the new Formula One season much as he finished the last, with victory in an often thrilling Australian Grand Prix here on Sunday.
The Celtic manager has reflected on late drama this weekend.
The Foxes beat Crystal Palace to go eight points clear of Tottenham Hotspur at the top of the table.
The Italian was not happy with the officiating at Stamford Bridge, whilst Manuel Lanzini got praise from a team-mate.
Aston Villa moved one step closer to their inevitable relegation and it was compounded by a scathing assessment of their season by a top pundit.
The midfield maestro sounds like he feels Leeds can go up next season.
Rangers, who will face Celtic in the Scottish Cup next month, lost to Falkirk in the Scottish Championship on Friday evening.
Expect Kenny Miller to land a new contract if Billy Davies gets the Rangers gig.
Rangers have been linked with Wilson, who is Southampton's director of scouting and recruitment, in the aftermath of Frank McParland's departure from Ibrox.
The Melbourne Victory coach spent a season with Rangers in the early 2000s and was this week linked as a possible successor to Mark Warburton at Ibrox.
The 19-year-old is out of contract this summer and Everton, Sunderland and Newcastle United may be about to pounce.
Wael al-Qadi has been praising his club's head coach.
Cairney, who is one of the Championship's standout performers this season, was released by Leeds United in 2007.
Injured Hull ace Ryan Mason thanks Tottenham for their support.
Here is how we predict Tottenham Hotspur and Fulham will line up this weekend:
Rangers are looking for a new manager after Mark Warburton's departure.
Tottenham Hotspur's new stadium is taking shape.
It was a head-scratcher, that’s for sure.
Stephen Crabb – former Welsh secretary, the first man in the cabinet with a beard since David Blunkett, and now the replacement for Iain Duncan Smith as work and pensions secretary – was immediately dismissed as a “yes man” by shadow chancellor John McDonnell, a nod to the fact that Crabb has never voted against the government.