Rangers manager Mark Warburton says that the Ibrox outfit have exceeded expectations this season.
Arsenal's poor season continued as they dropped more points at home to Crystal Palace on Sunday.
Rangers defeated Celtic on penalties at the weekend.
Mikel Arteta's possible move to Tottenham may not just be for coaching reasons.
Lee Erwin makes his first start for Leeds against Wolves this evening.
Sunderland beat Norwich City 3-0 in their latest outing.
Diafra Sakho is set to return to West Ham United's squad for their match against Watford.
Aston Villa will play in the Championship next season.
The Crystal Palace boss admits his injury-hit squad needs to be strengthened, adding that the club should be eyeing up a top 10 finish next season.
Hibernian host Rangers tomorrow night at Easter Road in what will be must-win game.
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The Standard Liege attacker should have been pictured in Everton blue by now. As it stands, he is still in Belgium as talks continue to stall.
Swansea City have been linked with a move for Norwich City left-back Martin Olsson, which could present Wolverhampton Wanderers with a signing opportunity.
HITC Sport understands that Boro are close on a double deal, while Crystal Palace are nearing a loan signing and two Championship sides are battling for a Riverside forward.
Sam Byram joined West Ham United from Leeds United in January 2016.
Leeds United defender laughs off Aston Villa chant.
The sports brand want Alli to be their face of football, but it would mean a Spurs exit.
Charlie Mulgrew joined Blackburn Rovers in the summer transfer window after leaving Celtic.
The Swansea City player has been linked with a move to West Ham United and now his price tag has been reported.
The Manchester City star has been commenting on the title race.
The amount of borrowed money at big hedge funds is ringing alarm bells with Wall Street’s uber regulator, which made a new push to try to assess whether the $2.9tril industry could threaten the financial system.
Goldman Sachs has opened its vault to the 99%.
Almost half of the world’s superyachts belong to the moneyed inhabitants of the UK and US, a new survey suggests, as the global rich spent $2.68bn (£1.88bn) on their floating status symbols last year.