The LA Galaxy striker and New Red Bulls midfielder played their way into our Week 3 line-up with game-winning performances.
The pundit has been discussing the Black Cats, the Magpies and the Canaries.
The Toffees boss has said that his players must prove their worth to the cause if they are to get the chance to feature in the FA Cup semi-final.
Rangers forward Michael O’Halloran, who joined the Ibrox club in the January transfer window, was at Celtic as a kid.
The pundit has been discussing Tottenham and Leicester's Premier League title hopes.
Nottingham Forest will be looking for a new manager this summer following the sacking of Dougie Freedman.
Newcastle struck late on to get a share of the spoils in the Tyne/Wear derby.
The former Gunners striker believes Theo Walcott was brought into England senior action too soon.
Liverpool lost a two-goal lead against Southampton at the weekend.
Rangers let slip a two-goal lead and lost 3-2 at Falkirk.
North London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are fighting for the Premier League title this season.
This is how we predict Manchester United and Chelsea will line up this weekend:
Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil has been in fine form this season.
Leeds United won 1-0 today, but the former striker wants them to score more goals.
Rangers boss Mark Warburton could be looking for temporary replacements at Ibrox.
The Irish international has shown good form since joining Leeds.
Aston Villa and Sunderland have gone through numerous managers in recent years.
Murphy has so far made just one appearance for Newcastle United in all competitions.
Chadli has been in fine form this season and he has been a driving force in West Brom's good start this season.
The Welshman was impressed with the performance of the Belgian midfielder.
Preston are interested in signing Sam Roscoe from rivals Blackpool, with Premier League side Everton also interested.
Axa chairman and chief executive Henri de Castries will retire on 1 September, after 27 years at the group and nearly 17 years at the helm.
It is true there were caveats and legitimate excuses but the bald facts should still sting: Great Britain will fly home from Portland later on Monday without a gold medal having endured their worst performance at a world indoor championships in a decade.